Roman Reed honored for stem cell advocacy

Roman Reed honored for stem cell advocacy

The World Stem Cell Summit honored five champions of stem cell research Thursday evening. They are: Philanthropists Denny Sanford and Malin Burnham; stem cell researcher/blogger/patient advocate Paul Knoepfler; medical journal publisher Mary Ann Liebert, and patient...
Roman Reed honored for stem cell advocacy

World Stem Cell Summit: December 6, 2013 Update

“In 5 to 10 years, you will have your genomes as part of your medical records,” Leroy Hood, M.D., Ph.D., Institute for Systems Biology, told attendees of the World Stem Cell Summit 2013 today, in San Diego. “Third-generation sequencing will be revolutionary,” he said...
Roman Reed honored for stem cell advocacy

Stem cell research faces budget crunch

The cash-strapped federal government’s ability to fund stem cell research has become severely limited, the top official in charge of the research told attendees at the World Stem Cell Summit on Wednesday. So the private sector is being encouraged to play a larger...
Roman Reed honored for stem cell advocacy

$1M Award to Develop a Replacement Liver Announced

The New Organ Liver Prize, a $1 million award for the development of a replacement liver, was announced today by the Methusaleh Foundation, a medical charity committed to driving advances in regenerative medicine to extend the healthy lifespan. David Gobel, CEO of the...