Leading Metro Detroit business magazine explores the groundbreaking science of Dr. Feldman and her laboratory team.
Don’t even try to keep up with Eva Feldman. By 8 a.m. on a chilly December morning, the University of Michigan stem-cell researcher and professor of neurology has already put in a few hours writing e-mails and making phone calls connecting with colleagues and patients. And it’s only Monday.
Now she’s suited up for a stint in her research labs at the A. Alfred Taubman Medical Research Institute, where she serves as director. Clad in a red sweater, gray slacks, and Brooks running shoes, Feldman dashes past a bank of some two dozen refrigerators filled with stem-cell and tissue samples.
“People say I’m the only woman who has more refrigerators than shoes.”
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