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Suzanne Ildstad

The Scientist Date: June 23, 1997 THE SCIENTIST® The Newspaper for the Life Sciences Professional (609)-786-7207 For Fast Service "THE SCIENTIST is a very important periodical to keep scientists informed on the politics of academia and scientific discoveries." Suzanne Ildstad Professor and Director Institute for Cellular Therapeutics Allegheny University of the Health Sciences, Philadelphia. As a surgery resident at Massachusetts General Hospital, Suzanne Ildstad became interested in t

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The Scientist

Date: June 23, 1997


THE SCIENTIST®

The Newspaper for the Life Sciences Professional
(609)-786-7207 For Fast Service
"THE SCIENTIST is a very important periodical to keep scientists informed on the politics of academia and scientific discoveries."

Suzanne Ildstad
Professor and Director
Institute for Cellular Therapeutics
Allegheny University of the Health Sciences, Philadelphia.

As a surgery resident at Massachusetts General Hospital, Suzanne Ildstad became interested in transplantation because it was one of the surgical specialties that incorporated a synergy between basic researchers and clinicians. She has learned that every step forward leads to a new series of questions, and set out to improve on the science of transplants because of the current limitations.

Ildstad's major focus is to find a way to partially condition the recipient to accept a bone marrow graft to induce tolerance. Her research shows that by performing a bone marrow transplant, one can...

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