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Parkinson’s Disease Research – Ask the Stem Cell Expert, Dr. Xianmin Zeng

Parkinson’s Disease Research – Ask the Stem Cell Expert, Dr. Xianmin Zeng

Dr. Xianmin Zeng, associate professor at the Buck Institute for Research on Aging answers your questions about Parkinson’s disease and stem cell research. Zeng has a CIRM… Read more »

Alzheimer’s Stem Cell Research: Ask the Expert – Larry Goldstein, UCSD

Alzheimer’s Stem Cell Research: Ask the Expert – Larry Goldstein, UCSD

In this first installment of CIRM TV’s “Ask the Expert” video series, Larry Goldstein of the University of California, San Diego answers questions about finding stem cell… Read more »

HIV/AIDS: Progress and Promise in Stem Cell Research

HIV/AIDS: Progress and Promise in Stem Cell Research

CIRM has funded two HIV/AIDS Disease Teams led by scientists at UCLA and the City of Hope who are focused on stem cell transplant strategies that promise… Read more »

Stem Cell Banking: The Perspective of an iPS Donor Family

Stem Cell Banking: The Perspective of an iPS Donor Family

“Your twin daughters have an extremely rare, fatal disease called Niemann Pick Type C and there’s nothing you can do for them”. Those were the devastating words… Read more »

Cardiovascular Therapies: Spotlight on Stem Cell Research

Cardiovascular Therapies: Spotlight on Stem Cell Research

“Welcoming Remarks” (Part 1 of a 4-part series) Robert Klein, J.D. and Claire Pomeroy, M.D., M.B.A., gave the welcoming remarks for the “Spotlight on Cardiovascular Therapies,” an… Read more »

Feds ease restrictions on use of stem cells

Feds ease restrictions on use of stem cells

By Shankar Vedantam, Washington Post From SFGate.com Hundreds of embryonic stem cell lines, whose use in the United States had been curtailed by the Bush administration, can… Read more »

California Stem Cell Chief Seeks Trials in Four Years

California Stem Cell Chief Seeks Trials in Four Years

By Rob Waters, Bloombeg.com California’s $3 billion stem-cell funding agency wants to get 10 to 12 new therapies into human testing within four years, said the agency’s… Read more »