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The National Institutes of Health has tapped Mahendra Rao to be director of the new Intramural Center for Regenerative Medicine (CRM). Rao formerly was VP of regenerative medicine at Life Technologies and he co-founded the neural stem cell company Q-Therapeutics. The NIH-CRM is an initiative to create a center of excellence in stem cell technology located at NIH's campus that will focus on studying and using induced pluripotent stem cells.

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