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The Butler lab attending the ISSCR meeting in San Francisco.

Both Sandeep and David presented posters; we attended the ISSCR 20th anniversary party; and had a lab dinner, with a special guest – Sup!

Samantha gave her first in person seminar in several years at UNC: “New lessons from netrin1 signaling: unexpected mechanisms and activities”

The Butler lab has a new R01 to study the mechanisms directing cell fate in the spinal cord.

The Butler lab has had an image of Sandeep’s accepted for the 2022 BRI calendar; we are now eight years in row!

Stem cell-derived spinal neural progenitors immunolabeled for Tuj1 (green, neurites), and Sox2 (red, progenitor nuclei).