For the first time ever, the City of Los Angeles hosted the world’s largest stem cell conference. By choosing Los Angeles as the host city for this major annual meeting, the International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR) acknowledged the city’s growing importance as a hub for the biosciences, as well as the world-class research taking place across the city, region and state of California. The meeting was co-sponsored by USC Stem Cell and the Choi Family.
Postdoctoral fellow Dr. Ksenia Gnedeva from the Segil Lab gave a talk. To read more, visit stemcell.keck.usc.edu/usc-brings-the-worlds-largest-stem-cell-conference-to-los-angeles.