The day-long session will provide a peek inside one of the signature efforts of California's 14-year-old, $3 billion stem cell research program, which is edging closer to ever more critical financial times.
Geoff Lomax, CIRM's senior officer for strategic infrastructure, told the California Stem Cell Report via email last week:
"It’s an exciting time in medicine as we have the tools to literally mend cells at the DNA level. The annual symposium is an opportunity to hear from the pioneers who developed these tool, the Alpha Clinic doctors and nurses that use them and the patients that have benefited from them."Here are links to more information about the Alpha Clinic Network: Agenda for the symposium. CIRM's Alpha Clinic page, a CIRM blog item on the April meeting.