Video Event: World Stem Cell Summit - October 2011
Jonathan Thomas, CIRM governing board chair, sits down with CIRM at the World Stem Cell Summit booth to talk about what he wants all attendees to learn about CIRM at the meeting. The agency has 44 projects in 26 diseases in various stages of working toward clinical trials. He hopes meeting attendees get a sense […]
Keri Kimler, vice chair of Texans for Stem Cell Research, talks to CIRM about what information from the World Stem Cell Summit she’s excited about sharing with colleagues in Texas. She also discusses a recent symposium she held in Texas to educate people about stem cell research.
Roman Reed spoke with CIRM at the World Stem Cell Summit about what he thinks patients advocates should know about stem cell research. He came to the meeting in Pasadena to talk about stem cell advocacy. Roman got a spinal cord injury in 1994 and is the namesake of the Roman Reed Spinal Cord Injury […]
Laurel Barchas sat down with CIRM at the World Stem Cell Summit to discuss the high school stem cell curriculum she was involved in developing. She says it takes all types of people to develop new therapies — scientists, patient advocates, lawyers, and business people. The meeting brings those people together with a common focus […]
Don Reed sat down with CIRM at the World Stem Cell Summit to discuss stem cell advocacy and need for new stem cell based therapies.
Judy Roberson sat down with CIRM at the World Stem Cell Summit to discuss the role patient advocates play in driving stem cell scientists and making the goals a reality. Judy is the past president of the northern California chapter of the Huntington’s Disease Society of America.
Ben Kaplan sat down with CIRM at the World Stem Summit to talk about the steady progress in stem cell research and California’s trailblazing role in the field. Ben is a stem cell activist who publishes the blog, Ben’s Stem Cell News.