Monday, June 14, 2010

State of Stem Cell Research Examined This Morning

Two prominent California stem cell researchers are featured this morning on radio station KQED's “Forum” call-in show to discuss the state of stem cell research.

Guests on the program, which can be heard on many public radio stations and Sirius radio, are Arnold Kriegstein, director of the UCSF Institute for Regeneration Medicine, and David Rowitch, professor of pediatrics and neurological surgery and chief of neonatology at UCSF. CIRM does not have a guest listed for the program, but UC San Francisco has received $105 million from CIRM.

The broadcast is keyed to the annual convention of the International Society of Stem Cell Research, which begins later this week in San Francisco.

Comments and questions can emailed via the Forum Web site for consideration for use during the show, which begins at 10 a.m. PDT.  The show will be archived for later listening.

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