(Part 4 of 9) Michael Longaker, MD, spoke at the Scientific Writer's Seminar, a workshop presented on September 17, 2008 at CIRM headquarters in San Francisco. Longaker has a CIRM grant to derive and analyze pluripotent disease specific stem cells that will provide a better understanding of cardiovascular and bone disease. Longaker is a Deane P.
Stem Cell Therapy in the Treatment of Patients with Ischemic Heart Failure Emerson Perin, MD, PhD., Director, Clinical Research for Cardiovascular Medicine and the Medical Director of the Stem Cell Center, Texas Heart Institute, St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital Scientific advancements in the stem cell field can lead to new treatments and therapies for diseases and medical disorders for which we have few or no effective medications or treatment options.
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A Fascinating Nexus Linking HIV and Stem Cells: Warner Greene – CIRM Science Writer’s Seminar – Video
(Part 9 of 9) Warner Greene, MD, Ph.D., spoke at the Scientific Writer's Seminar, a workshop presented on September 17, 2008 at CIRM headquarters in San Francisco. Greene has a CIRM grant to identify and characterize a network of proteins that help defend embryonic stem cells from genetic instability and mutation.
(Part 3 of 4) Cardiovascular Therapies: Spotlight on Stem Cell Research "Stem Cell Research: Where are we with Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD)" On March 10, 2011, Yung-Wei Chi, OD, spoke about a recently launched clinical trial that using a patient's own stem cells to help prevent amputations due to peripheral arterial disease. Chi is an associate professor of medicine at the UC Davis Vascular Center. Chi was introduced by Claire Pomeroy, MD, MBA, vice chancellor for Human Health Sciences at UC Davis and dean of the UC Davis School of Medicine
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For the first time, researchers have been able to use a patient's own heart stem cells to repair damage. CBS News correspondent Bill Whitaker reports.
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