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California Institute for Regenerative Medicine Pumps $40 Million Into New Stem Cell Center For The Bay Area, San Diego; Will Be Led By Renown Stanford University Scientist



1/30/2014 7:35:29 AM

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The California Institute for Regenerative Medicine today awarded $40 million to create a new Center of Excellence in Stem Cell Genomics, to be led by Stanford University molecular geneticist Michael Snyder and including major research groups in San Diego, Santa Cruz, and Palo Alto. Snyder was at the center of an important paper published in 2012 that offered an outline of how the emerging field of personalized medicine could develop. In sequencing all 6 billion bases of Snyder’s own genome, scientists determined he was genetically at risk for type 2 Diabetes.

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