With more than 3.0 million page views and more than 5,000 items, this blog provides news and commentary on public policy, business and economic issues related to the $3 billion California stem cell agency. David Jensen, a retired California newsman, has published this blog since January 2005. His email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday, July 24, 2014
$1.2 Million for UC Stem Cell Researchers
Directors of the California stem cell agency today
approved $1.2 million for two University of California researchers to continue
pursuing their work on Huntington’s Disease and corneal problems.
The awards went to Leslie Thompson of UC Irvine and
Sophie Deng of UCLA. Thompson received $505,717 for her work on Huntington’s
Disease (see here and here). Deng received $699,983 for her eye research (see
here and here).