Student Society for Stem Cell Research (SSSCR-UW)

at University of Wisconsin Biotechnology Center 425 Henry Mall, Madison, 53706 United States

The mission of the UW-Madison Chapter of SSSCR is to promote stem cell research in Madison, the State of Wisconsin, and beyond.

Student Society for Stem Cell Research (SSSCR-UW)
University of Wisconsin Biotechnology Center 425 Henry Mall
Madison , WI 53706
United States
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We are the University of Wisconsin Chapter of Student Society for Stem Cell Research.

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We hold biweekly meetings Monday at 6:30pm in Room 1360 of Genetic/Biotechnology Center. Check out website below for the most up to date meeting schedule. "Bucky loves stem cells, how about you?"

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A neat infographic on the gene editing wonder, CRISPR-CAS9.

Published on 2015-09-16 22:54:33 GMT

Welcome back, friends! SSSCR is having a back-to-school meeting on Monday, August 31 at 5:00PM in the Discovery Building (WID) Room 1170! Also, we are adding three new chairs to our board (Event Coordinator, Outreach Coordinator, and CALSSA Representative), so please contact Ryan Prestil via email at by noon on Wednesday, 8/26 if you are interested in getting more involved! We look forward to seeing you all soon! – SSSCR Officers

Published on 2015-08-25 00:59:13 GMT

Ryan is looking for a few people to help with two outreach events, one on 3/11 and another on 3/12. Both events would involve teaching kids about stem cells and running a hands-on pipetting demo to simulate cell culture. He would be able to drive up to two people to each event. Please send an email to if anyone would be available to help. Here are the details for each event: 3/11: Wingra Elementary School (718 Gilmore St., Madison), 5:00-7:30 pm 3/12: Children's Museum (100 N Hamilton St, Madison), 5:00-8:30 pm

Published on 2015-03-08 06:28:48 GMT

Hello everyone! We hope your midterms are going well and you have a little bit of time to spare this upcoming Monday to hear from MD/PhD candidate Ray Zhang. He works closely with the Weichert and Kuo labs to examine lipidomics in the targeting of cancer pathways. Don't know what that is? Want to learn more? Come join us Monday 6 pm in Genetics/Biotech for an awesome time. FREE PIZZA!

Published on 2015-03-06 23:06:31 GMT

Our kickoff meeting is this Monday at 6 pm in 1408 Genetics/Biotech. We hope to see you all there and help us welcome our new members! We will be providing some background knowledge about stem cell research to help your understanding as speakers come in later in the semester.