stem cell research
Six new human embryonic stem cell lines derived at the University of Michigan have just been placed on the National Institutes of Health’s registry, making the cells available for federally funded research.
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Banning federal funding for human embryonic stem cell research would have “disastrous consequences” on the study of a promising and increasingly popular new stem cell type that is not derived from human embryos, according to a University of Michigan researcher and his colleagues.
Billionaire businessman A. Alfred Taubman has become the University of Michigan’s largest individual donor ever, with total giving of more than $142 million.
University of Michigan researchers have created the state’s first human embryonic stem cell lines that carry the genes responsible for inherited disease. The achievement will enable scientists here to study the onset and progression of genetic disorders and to search for new treatments.
WWJ Newsradio’s Technology Editor, Matt Roush reports on Stem Cell experts share potential cures, hybrid research center opening and tissue deal for Detroit.
More news on clinical trials for stem cell cures for some of mankind’s most dreaded diseases emerged Tuesday from the World Stem Cell Summit in Detroit. Thomas Okarma, president and CEO of Menlo Park, Calif.-based […]
Oakland University and Beaumont Hospitals announced an expansion of their medical education and research partnership at the World Stem Cell Summit in Detroit Tuesday. With the OU William Beaumont Hospital School of Medicine set to […]
The 2010 World Stem Cell Summit convened Monday in Detroit with greetings from the three presidents that make up Michigan’s University Research Corridor — Lou Anna K. Simon of Michigan State University, Mary Sue Coleman […]
A WWJ on air interview with Dr. Eva Feldman director of University of Michigan’s A. Alfred Taubman Medical Research Institute .