CIRM grants more than $59M to 23 young scientists

08/14/2008 | San Diego Union-Tribune

The California Institute for Regenerative Medicine awarded six San Diego-based scientists more than $15 million to fund projects including research into stem cell therapies for acute leukemias and other conditions. The five-year grants are part of a $59 million round of funding of New Faculty Grants to support promising scientists early in their careers.

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