This is awarded by the national funding agency CAPES to the top three theses in Brazil in each area of expertise. After an internal selection in each postgraduate program, the committee chooses only one to apply for the national award. There were 1266 theses in the final competition. Congratulations Edina!
Transplantation without Myeloablation: Novel Conditioning Enables Robust Repopulation of Macrophage/Microglia Niches by Bone Marrow-Derived Cells
Pasqualina Colella, Valentina Suarez-Nieto, Jessica Arozqueta-Basurto, Natalia Gomez-Ospina
Pediatrics, Stanford, Stanford, CA,2Institute for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine, Stanford, Stanford, CA,3Stanford, Stanford, CA
16th International symposium on MPS and related Diseases.
Congratulations to Dr. Gomez-Ospina for being a Rosalind Franklin Medal Award Winner!
Genome Writers Guild and Rosalind Franklin Society
Dr. Gomez-Ospina Receives the ASGCT Outstanding New Investigator Award! Congratulations!
American Society for Cell and Gene Therapy (ASGCT)
Dr. Gomez-Ospina Receives the ASCI Young Scientist Award!
American Society for Clinical Investigation (ASCI)
A joint venture with Takeda to accelerate the development of this cell-based therapy
Optimizing cell selection and conditioning regimens for autologous transplantation of human genome-edited hematopoietic stem cells to treat MPSI
Role of hematopoeitic stem cell transplantation in FRDA
Gomez-Ospina Lab awarded MCHRI TIPS to work on Progranulin deficiency
A trans-disciplinary project with Dr. Monther Abu-Remaileh
Award for Research by a Young Investigator (Abbott Nutrition) for Dr. Gomez-Ospina. Western Society for Pediatric Research (WSPR)
William K. Bowes Jr. Award in Medical Genetics
Young Investigator Award
14th annual WORLDSymposium on lysosomal storage diseases