Amy Wagers - focusing on stem cell biology

Friday, July 11, 2008 - 09:49 in Physics & Chemistry

.Twenty minutes after her weekly lab meeting is scheduled to begin, Amy Wagers rushes into a conference room on the fourth floor of the Joslin Diabetes Center, where her lab team sits, chatting around a long oval table.“Sorry I’m late,” she calls out, closing the door behind her. “Oh good, the food’s here!"Grabbing half a sandwich and a pickle off a catered tray, she simultaneously grabs a seat and motions for her team to begin its presentations. Lights out.In the darkened room, all eyes turn to the illuminated white screen. There, in all its monochromic splendor, glows an enlarged image of a blood-forming hematopoietic stem more

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