Randy Ashton

Randy Ashton,We endeavor to engineer novel materials and methodologies that optimally instruct lineage-specific differentiation of human pluripotent stem cells in a reproducible and scalable manner. We employ microfabrication, molecular biology, recombinant protein engineering, synthetic chemistry, and automated live-cell imaging to develop high-throughput methods for investigating the quantitative, temporal, and nano-scale qualitative characteristics of cellular microenvironmental factors that regulate stem cell fate in vivo. Our research ranges from novel biomaterials to stem cell biology.

rashton2@wisc.edu

http://stemcells.wisc.edu/node/108

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