Located in Baltimore, Maryland, Johns Hopkins University has established an international reputation in stem cell research and therapies. The university has a long history of contributions to the field, and that success has attracted stem cell specialists from all over the world to Johns Hopkins. Much of the work on stem cells is carried out through the Institute for Cell Engineering (ICE) Stem Cell Program. Stem cell research at Johns Hopkins is highly collaborative, and ICE researchers come from a variety of fields: neurology, neuroscience, human genetics, oncology, radiology, biomedical engineering, chemical and biomolecular engineering, cellular and molecular medicine, immunology, molecular biology, cell biology, pathology, biological chemistry, and pediatrics. ICE researchers also team up with scientists from other disciplines, and they work closely with researchers ...

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