Ihor Lemischka (center) with co-authors Ben MacArthur (left), and Avi Ma'ayan (right)

Ihor Lemischka directs the Black Family Stem Cell Institute at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York. In a recent review1, he and colleagues described how systems biology can help explain how stem cells maintain themselves and guide their own fate. He spoke with Nature Reports Stem Cells about how systems and stem cell biology are shaping each other.

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