Ring in 2011 with a stem cell calendar

Need a last minute gift? Try a calendar of stem cell scientists, which will also support the research

Cristina Luiggi
Dec 22, 2010
For yet another last minute Christmas gift for the scientifically inclined -- one that will not only help keep track of the coming year but also support stem cell research in the U.S. -- consider the linkurl:CELLebrity Doctors;http://www.cellebritydocscalendar.com/ calendar.
July: Robert Lanza
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Brainchild of Sabrina Cohen, a Miami native who heads the linkurl:Sabrina Cohen Foundation for Stem Cell Research,;http://www.sabrinacohenfoundation.org/ the calendar features 12 researchers who are pushing the boundaries of stem cell research on a variety of human diseases including diabetes, Parkinson's, and Alzheimer's disease, among others. The glossy pages include Memorial Sloan-Kettering Institute neurologist linkurl:Lorenz Studer,;http://www.mskcc.org/mskcc/html/10920.cfm linkurl:Nicholas Maragakis;http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/neurology_neurosurgery/experts/profiles/team_member_profile/765536147B11BF8F28BBACD5A22525A3/Nicholas_Maragakis from Johns Hopkins, linkurl:Robert Lanza,;http://www.robertlanza.com/ chief scientific officer at Advanced Cell Technology, and linkurl:Gary Hammer,;https://www.physiology.med.umich.edu/research/profiles/hammer.htm director of the endocrine oncology program at University of Michigan's Comprehensive Cancer Center.

Images: (from left to right) December: Gary Hammer, February: Joshua Hare, and October: Hans KeirstadCohen and the director...
Sabrina Cohen
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