Neil Segil, PhD, a professor of stem cell biology and regenerative medicine at USC Stem Cell, died on Saturday, July 2.

Segil established an international reputation for his pioneering research on the development and regeneration of hearing through studies of the inner ear. His influential research was founded on insightful and innovative experiments, as well as an ease in extending his laboratory’s research through collaborative partnerships.

Segil was a sought-after mentor to student and faculty alike and a selfless contributor to the building of regenerative medicine.

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