For the second consecutive year, USC’s master’s program in stem cell biology and regenerative medicine has been able to offer scholarships to its talented students. Supported by the generosity of an anonymous donor who established the Cardinal Scholarship, as well as Atul Dhablania, In Cha Kim and the Office of the Dean of the Keck School of Medicine of USC, these scholarships recognize need as well as academic achievement and community engagement.

“We are so pleased to be able to offer scholarships for our master’s students, thanks to the vision and generosity of our donors and the dean’s office,” said Francesca Mariani, PhD, faculty director of the master’s program. “Scholarship support is critical to increasing access for the diverse students that will become the next generation of stem cell leaders.”

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