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February 26, 2019
Lingheng Li, PhD

 

"When I was growing up, it wasn't like today, when kids can get on the Internet and search for information. But there was a series of books called Ten Thousand Unknown Questions that I really liked to read," says Li. "The books raised so many questions, but offered no answers. That got me thinking about mysteries and how to solve them." Today, Li's curiosity and his drive to tackle tough problems are helping him unravel some of the most closely guarded secrets of stem cells. 

 

Professor, Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine - The University of Kansas School of Medicine
Investigator - Stowers Institute for Medical Research



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