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SCRM 511 Developmental Biology and Human Embryology (4, Fa) Survey of anatomical, cellular and molecular processes that underlie human development and congenital malformations, with discussion of other species for comparison. (Instructor: Henry Sucov)

SCRM 513 Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine (4, Fa) A comprehensive investigation of embryonic, fetal and adult stem cells and the application of stem cell biology to treat disease. (Instructors: Qi-Long Ying and Wange Lu)

SCRM 515 Bringing Stem Cells to the Clinic (4, Sp) Lectures addressing the business, legal, ethical, manufacturing and regulatory aspects involved in moving stem cells or related product into clinical practice. (Instructors: Andrew McMahon, Justin Ichida and Qing Liu-Michael)

SCRM 517 Historical and Contemporary Research: HPSCs (2, Sp) Historical and contemporary stem cell research using hematopoietic stem cells as a model system.(Instructor: Rong Lu)

SCRM 519 Historical and Contemporary Research: Neural Stem Cells (2, Sp) Focuses on historic achievements in stem cell research and how contemporarily, research and its related technological advances have fostered breakthroughs the understanding of NSCs. (Instructor: Michael Bonaguidi)

SCRM 521 Historical and Contemporary Research: Tissue Development Engineering (2, Sp) Focuses on the components of cell, molecular biology, and basic tissue development to comprehend its uses within the realm of synthetic biology and cellular/tissue engineering. (Instructor: Leonardo Morsut)

SCRM 522 Biological Imaging in Stem Cell Research (2, Sp) Theory and practice of using microscopy and flow cytometry in stem cell biology, including sample preparation, digital processing and data analysis. (Instructors: Scott Fraser, Francesca Mariani, Seth Ruffins and Lora Barsky)

SCRM 524 Culture and Differentiation of Human Pluripotent Stem Cells (2, Sp) Classroom and laboratory experience in the techniques for deriving, culturing and differentiating human pluripotent stem cells (hPSCs) and related cell types. (Instructor: Victoria Fox)

SCRM 555 Writing About Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine (1, Fa) Instruction in writing for various audiences on topics related to stem cell biology and regenerative medicine. (Instructors: Senta Georgia and Cristy Lytal)

SCRM 580 SCRM External Speaker Seminar Series (2, max 8, FaSp) Reading and discussion of recent papers by the SCRM speaker of the week, and attendance at the speaker’s seminar. (Instructors: Rong Lu and Min Yu)

SCRM 590 Independent Research (1–4, max 16, FaSp) Independent research conducted under the guidance of faculty in the Department of Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine. (Instructor: TBD)

DSR 574 DSR Student Seminar Series (1, max 4, FaSp) A student-led seminar series in which two students each week present on their latest research findings. (Instructor: Taka Ohyama)

DSR 610 Current Topics in Regenerative Medicine (1, max 2, Sp) Student-led presentations with faculty-guided discussion of recent literature in the subject of regenerative medicine. (Instructor: TBD)

DSR 620 Current Topics in Stem Cell Biology and Organogenesis (1, max 2, Fa) Student-led presentations with faculty-guided discussion of recent literature in the subject of stem cell biology and organogenesis. (Instructors: Gregor Adams and Kris Kobielak)