At the Institute for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine, we depend on a global range of perspectives to solve complex scientific problems and we recognize that individuals from all walks of live have been shaping our field for many centuries. We invite you to explore this section to learn about just a few of the scientists who have made landmark contributions to science and medicine, overcoming discrimination and lack of recognition to improve the wellbeing of people everywhere.
Meet just a few of the Hispanic and Latinx members of the ISCRM community who are helping to shape the future of regenerative medicine.
Here, we celebrate Black History Month by the recognizing the enduring contributions of Black scientists past and present to biomedical research and human health.
In honor of Women’s History Month, we are celebrating the women at the undergraduate, graduate, and postdoc levels making lasting contributions to medical science in ISCRM labs.
For ISCRM, Asian American and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Heritage Month was an opportunity to learn more about the historic and enduring impact of AANHPI scientists on our world. We are honored to share these stories.
Here we celebrate just a few of the LGBTQ+ biologists, physicians, and public health leaders who made lasting impacts on human health, often in the face of the persistent prejudice and exclusion that still exists in STEM fields today.