CIRM grantee Robert Blelloch wins ISSCR Outstanding Young Investigator Award

CIRM grantee Robert Blelloch of the University of California, San Francisco won the 2011 Outstanding Young Investigator Award from the International Society for Stem Cell Research. The society's annual meeting is taking place now in Toronto.

Blelloch presented his research June 15 at 6pm and will participate in a press briefing at noon June 16. His work focuses on the role of small molecules called microRNAs and their role in stem cell biology and cancer.

What's hot at 100?

This blog is turning 100 -- posts that is. On the eve of our centenial, here's a top 10 of what's hot:

1: Geron to begin stem cell trial for spinal cord injury
2: UC Irvine Opens the Sue & Bill Gross Hall
3: iPS cells and embryonic stem cells -- similar but not the same

Legal wrangling slows Stanford researcher's quest for a cure

Joanna Wysocka/Stanford Universit

CIRM grantee Joanna Wysocka wins Outstanding Young Investigator Award

Some happy news from this week's meeting of the International Society for Stem Cell Research held in San Francisco (co-sponsored by CIRM): CIRM grantee Joanna Wysocka won the organization's Outstanding Young Investigator Award, given out at a session on Thursday morning.

Subscribe to RSS - Wysocka

© 2013 California Institute for Regenerative Medicine