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CIRM Roadshow 2017

 
When:
Thursday, September 07 2017 - Thursday, September 07 2017
8:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Add to Calendar America/Los_Angeles CIRM Roadshow 2017 We’ve partnered with Biocom to host a workshop to re-introduce you to CIRM and what this radical new stemcelerating machine can do.  Please join us for a more in-depth look at CIRM 2.0 on September 7th in San Diego. Biocom Boardroom Biocom false MM/DD/YYYY

Where:
Biocom Boardroom
10996 Torreyana Road, Suite 200
San Diego, California 92121
Registration Deadline:
Wednesday, September 06 2017
12:45 PM
Register


In December of 2015, the CIRM Board unanimously adopted a bold new strategic plan that seeks to make the most out of the Institute’s remaining time and resources.  CIRM 2.0, as we call it, is intended to more effectively drive our mission of accelerating stem cell treatments to patients with unmet medical needs.  But to be successful, we need you.
 
We have a little under 3 years left to make new awards under our current funding paradigm, and if we work diligently, we can accomplish a lot.  Imagine 50 new therapeutics candidates discovered under our early stage programs. Or reducing by half the time it takes to move the next great idea through translation into the clinic.  And of course, conducting these new clinical trials – all 50 of them!  CIRM 2.0 has programs that cover all of it - from the earliest stage seed funding through advanced clinical research.  And we want to make sure that you know how to get the most out of it.
 
We’ve partnered with Biocom to host a workshop to re-introduce you to CIRM and what this radical new stemcelerating machine can do.  Please join us for a more in-depth look at CIRM 2.0 on September 7th in San Diego.
 
Over these next three years, we will make approximately $625 million in new awards to advance stem cell research and development.  It is both a tremendous opportunity and responsibility.  Come join us, and be part of the team that is making stem cell history.
 

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