Stem Cell Innovations: Tools to Advance Therapies - 2011 CIRM Grantee Meeting

Eric Teasley speaks at the 2011 CIRM Grantee Meeting about developing the next generation of cell sorting machines that improve the purification of specific stem cells from, say, a blood sample. These devices will be vital for treatment strategies that use a patient's own stem cells. Teasley is a CIRM Scholar and a MD/PhD student at Stanford University.

Disease Programs

Learn about how stem cell research could generate the therapies for many chronic diseases and injuries

See disease fact sheets

CIRM Stem Cell Blog