Maureen Condic


Maureen Condic has a strong commitment to public education and science literacy. She has published and presented seminars nationally and internationally on science policy and bioethics, with recent presentations at Boston University (LaBrecque Lecture in Medical Ethics, 2008); the Social Trends Institute in Barcelona, Spain (2009); Princeton University (2009); the Center for Bioethics & Human Dignity (2010); Notre Dame University (2010, 2011); Belmont Abbey College (Cuthbert Allen lecturer, 2012); and Vanderbilt University (2012). Professor Condic currently resides in Salt Lake City with her husband and four children.Maureen Condic is an associate professor of neurobiology and anatomy at the University of Utah School of Medicine, with an adjunct appointment in the department of pediatrics. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Chicago, her doctorate from the University of California at Berkeley, and her postdoctoral training at the University of Minnesota. Since her appointment at the University of Utah in 1997, Professor Condic’s primary research focus has been the development and regeneration of the nervous system. In 1999, she was awarded the Basil O’Connor Young Investigator Award for her studies of peripheral nervous system development. In 2002, she was named a McKnight Neuroscience of Brain Disorders Investigator, in recognition of her research in the field of spinal cord repair and regeneration. Her current research involves the control of human stem cell potency and differentiation. In addition to her scientific research, Professor Condic teaches both graduate and medical students. Her teaching focuses primarily on embryonic development, and she is the director for human embryology in the University of Utah School of Medicine’s curriculum.


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