Big data points that way to custom stem cells

Professor Christine Wells and Nadia Rajab

Professor Christine Wells is the Deputy Program Leader at Stem Cells Australia and the Director of the University of Melbourne’s Centre for Stem Cell Systems.

Christine’s lab at the University of Melbourne uses computational and systems biology approaches to understand cellular identity - what make a cell that cell.

Read more about Christine's research in Big data points that way to custom stem cells.

Listen to Christine and PhD student Nadia Rajab share an insight into their research, their joy of working in a team and their excitement at shaking up the face of medicine through understanding the rules of cellular identity.

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