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Stem cell scientist Roger Pedersen returns to the States for sabbatical

Back in 2001, scientist Roger Pedersen, PhD, famously left the United States over concerns about an unfriendly climate for stem cell research in the country. Pedersen has now returned to the Bay Area for a one-year sabbatical at Stanford's Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine, and an Inside Stanford Medicine story today describes the circumstances surrounding his relocation to England's University of Cambridge and details what he'll be working on here.

Previously: After the lawsuit, what’s next for stem cell research?, Stem cell ruling throws Stanford researcher’s project into limbo and Stem cell guidelines under fire

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