Fiona Watt

Watt in 2014 Fiona Watt, (born 28 March 1956) is a British scientist who is internationally known for her contributions to the field of stem cell biology. In the 1980s, when the field was in its infancy, she highlighted key characteristics of stem cells and their environment that laid the foundation for much present day research. She is currently director of the Centre for Stem Cells & Regenerative Medicine at King's College London, and Executive Chair of the Medical Research Council (United Kingdom) (MRC), the first woman to lead the MRC since its foundation in 1913. On 13 July 2021 she was appointed as the new Director of the European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO). Provided by Wikipedia
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by Watt, Fiona
Published 2009
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by Watt, Fiona
Published 2006
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by Watt, Fiona
Published 2005
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by Watt, Fiona
Published 2013
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by Watt, Fiona
Published 2008
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by Watt, Fiona, Miles, Lisa
Published 1998
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by Watt, Fiona, Gilpin, Rebecca
Published 2006
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by Watt, Fiona, Miles, Lisa, Gibson, Ray
Published 1996
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