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Dr. Vasil Galat is an Assistant professor in the Department of Pathology at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine. Vasil is an expert in human ES cells and iPSC. He developed the first disease model hES cells and was part of the group that published a global review of genetic diversity in human stem cells. As the head of the stem cell group for the Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago he has produced many iPSC lines from rare childhood conditions and described a novel type of embryonic stem cells that contribute to a developing yolk sack. He has developed important methodologies for directed differentiation of hiPSCs along mesodermal lineages aiming to provide a potential novel source of cells for the studies and treatment of human pathologies. His laboratory successfully conditioned pluripotent cells to differentiate into mesenchymal stem cells, endothelial and hematopoietic cells. He is certified for complex laboratory procedures and has run CLIA/CAP certified labs. He has extensive experience in human assisted reproductive technologies and IVF. Dr. Galat He obtained his BSc from Moscow University of Forestry and PhD (1998) from Moscow Institute of Biophysics.