Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Stem Cell Snippets: Financial Challenges, Kuehl and Presidential Search

CIRM's Governance -- The stem cell institute's governance committee will meet April 5 in San Francisco to consider "CIRM merit and professional development programs," "key financial challenges and opportunities" and travel rules for the Oversight Committee. Public teleconferencing locations are available: Two different sites in Los Angeles, three different locations in San Francisco and separates at Stanford, Sacramento, La Jolla and UC Irvine.

Kuehl and the Mayor – State Sen. Sheila Kuehl, author of legislation to guarantee the state a return on its stem cell investment, is a member of Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa's inner circle, according to the Los Angeles Times. The story by Duke Helfand says the mayor has offered her a job more than once. She says she wants to be on the ride when he goes for governor.

CIRM Presidential Search – A meeting scheduled for today of the CIRM presidential search subcommittee has been cancelled. Do not expect fresh information until the April 10 Oversight Committee meeting in Sacramento. Sphere: Related Content

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