Monday, January 19, 2009

Philip Beachy PhD from Johns Hopkins

California has had the advantage of SEED grants, research grants and facilities grants from the institute that have been unavailable to the rest of the country. The money has led a number of the nation’s leading stem cell researchers to move to California, including two who came to Stanford Michael Clarke, MD, from the University of Michigan, and PHILIP BEACHY, PhD, from Johns Hopkins. And the CIRM money has attracted private matching funds that have enabled the building of new stem cell centers, such as the Lorry I. Lokey Stem Cell Research Building at Stanford, projected to be the largest stem cell research facility in the nation. Click to read the complete article by Krista Conger in the Imperial Valley New - Holtville,CA,USA