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The Best Papers from our 2014 Young Investigators

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The STEM CELLS Young Investigator Award honors a young scientist who is principal author of a significant research paper published in STEM CELLS. The STEM CELLS Editors support the efforts of these emerging researchers and encourage the development of these young investigators who are making significant impacts in this field, thus fostering the future of their clinical applications.

Find out more about the winner of the 2014 STEM CELLS Young Investigator Award.


Tissue-Specific Stem Cells

In situ mechanotransduction via vinculin regulates stem cell differentiation
Adam Engler

Rx1 Defines Retinal Precursor Identity by Repressing Alternative Fates Through the Activation of TLE2 and Hes4
Martina Giannaccini

Constitutive activation of RANK disrupts mammary cell fate leading to tumorigenesis
Eva Gonzalez-Suarez

Embryonic Stem Cells/Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells

Dynamic Migration and Cell-Cell Interactions of Early Reprogramming Revealed by High-Resolution Time-Lapse Imaging
Shangqin Guo

Cancer Stem Cells

FoxG1 Interacts with Bmi1 to Regulate Self-Renewal and Tumorigenicity of Medulloblastoma Stem Cells
Sheila Singh