Disease Focus: Bone or Cartilage Disease

Healing Bones with Stem Cells at UC Davis – Q&A: CIRM Spotlight on Disease

Question and answer session from the CIRM governing board’s Spotlight on Disease seminar on March 21, 2012 in Sacramento, California. The board heard from UC Davis researchers who are using bone marrow derived mesenchymal stem cells to develop new methods for repairing bone deformities and non-healing bone fractures.

Fat-Derived Stem Cells for Tissue Repair: Michael Longaker – CIRM Science Writer’s Seminar

Michael Longaker, M.D., spoke at the Scientific Writer’s Seminar, a workshop presented on September 17, 2008 at CIRM headquarters in San Francisco. Longaker has a CIRM grant to derive and analyze pluripotent disease specific stem cells that will provide a better understanding of cardiovascular and bone disease. Longaker is a Deane P. and Louise Mitchell […]