Professor, Yale University
Flora Vaccarino’s lab focuses on neural stem cells and their role in development and repair.
On 15 May, Flora Vaccarino explained her lab’s attempts to harness the power of induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells for understanding neuropsychiatric disorders, including autism. Vaccarino is Harris Professor and professor of neurobiology at Yale University’s Child Study Center.
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