Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Stay on Top of California Stem Cell Research: $50 Million Fast-Track Program Up for Action Tomorrow

Follow all the developments at tomorrow's meeting of the governing board of the $3 billion California stem cell agency right here on the California Stem Cell Report.

We will bring you gavel-to-gavel coverage, beginning at 9 a.m. PST, as agency directors move forward to dramatically speed up funding of stem cell research in an effort to more quickly produce cures. The agency is scheduled to budget $50 million for a six-month start-up.

The California Stem Cell Report will monitor the Berkeley event online from its post aboard a sailboat in La Cruz de Huanacaxtle in Mexico and file stories as warranted.

For those of you who want to attend outside of Berkeley, teleconference locations are available in Sacramento, Woodside, La Jolla, two in San Francisco and two in Los Angeles. Persons at those locations can ask questions and make comments. Addresses can be found on the agenda. Specific room locations can be had by emailing mbonneville@cirm.ca.gov.

Three different methods of monitoring the meeting online are also on the agenda. The Webex procedure will permit access to the slides being shown to the directors. It is virtually impossible to understand what is occurring without access to the slides. Sphere: Related Content

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