ZEBARR at Unistem day 2024

On March 22th, the Institute of Molecular Genetics and Genetic Engineering once again opened its doors to high school students for an exploration into the world of stem cell research and regenerative medicine as part of Unistem Day 2024. Unistem Day, an internationally recognized event held annually in March, serves as a platform to advocate for the advancement of stem cell research and its myriad applications.

Continuing the tradition, the event featured a captivating lecture delivered by our team member, Mirjana Novkovic, PhD, focusing on harnessing the regenerative potential of zebrafish in biomedical research. She also explained the main goals and ideas behind the ZEBARR project.

In addition to the enlightening lecture, the high school students had the privilege of embarking on a guided tour of the zebrafish facility. This experience provided a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the care and husbandry practices essential for maintaining zebrafish in a controlled environment conducive to research.

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