Thursday, December 8, 2011

Stem cell board approves two research-centered programs totaling $27 million

California’s stem cell research funding agency will pump $27 million into various projects, including up to $12 million for disease-focused research teams, programs looking to move academic work into patients and for clinical trials.
The oversight board of the San Francisco-based California Institute for Regenerative Medicine voted Thursday to approve the programs, which are designed to accelerate stem cell research projects in the state.

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