Biotech entrepreneur gives funds to help accelerate breakthrough findings

From left, Qi-Long Ying, Min Zhou, and Ying Lab postdoc Shi (Steve) Yue.

Min Zhou, MD,  founder of Kedgene Biology, has first hand understanding of the serendipitous nature of early scientific discovery, “I hope our gift can help accelerate breakthrough findings in stem cell research,” said Zhou.
The biotech entrepreneur gave $500,000 in unrestricted funds to the lab of Qi-Long Ying, MD, PhD associate professor of stem cell biology and regenerative medicine at the Keck School of Medicine at USC, which studies how stem cells self-renew or differentiate into many specialized cell types.

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