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'''Welcome the Lerou Laboratory!''' We are part of the [http://www.brighamandwomens.org/research/depts/newbornmedicine/ Newborn Medicine/Neonatal Research Program] and the [http://www.brighamandwomens.org/research/depts/medicine/genetics/ Division of Genetics] at [http://www.brighamandwomens.org/ Brigham and Women's Hospital] and the [http://www.childrenshospital.org/clinicalservices/Site1930/mainpageS1930P0.html/ Division of Newborn Medicine] at [http://childrenshospital.org/ Children's Hospital, Boston], [http://hms.harvard.edu/ Harvard Medical School].
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'''Welcome the Lerou Laboratory!''' We are part of the [http://www.brighamandwomens.org/research/depts/newbornmedicine/ Newborn Medicine/Neonatal Research Program] and the [http://www.brighamandwomens.org/research/depts/medicine/genetics/ Division of Genetics] at [http://www.brighamandwomens.org/ Brigham and Women's Hospital] and the [http://www.childrenshospital.org/clinicalservices/Site1930/mainpageS1930P0.html Division of Newborn Medicine] at [http://childrenshospital.org/ Children's Hospital, Boston], [http://hms.harvard.edu/ Harvard Medical School].
Our research focuses on how human pluripotent stem cells (both embryonic and induced) maintain genomic stability.  We apply single cell analysis, high-throughput imaging, and systems biology to solve problems in stem cells and early development.
Our research focuses on how human pluripotent stem cells (both embryonic and induced) maintain genomic stability.  We apply single cell analysis, high-throughput imaging, and systems biology to solve problems in stem cells and early development.

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Welcome the Lerou Laboratory! We are part of the Newborn Medicine/Neonatal Research Program and the Division of Genetics at Brigham and Women's Hospital and the Division of Newborn Medicine at Children's Hospital, Boston, Harvard Medical School.

Our research focuses on how human pluripotent stem cells (both embryonic and induced) maintain genomic stability. We apply single cell analysis, high-throughput imaging, and systems biology to solve problems in stem cells and early development.

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