California Institute for Regenerative Medicine
The California Institute for Regenerative Medicine decided on Thursday to approve $150 million in grants for fighting deadly diseases.
A San Francisco stem cell research facility is looking to replicate a trial where a man had HIV successfully removed from his system.
While budget problems have forced many state departments to cut back California’s stem cell research, one agency recently agreed to pay its new leader one of the highest salaries in state government.
A new building dedicated entirely to stem cell research offers rich opportunities for collaboration, said officials at the Stanford University School of Medicine.