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Deborah K. Lieu, a stem cell scientist in cardiovascular medicine at UC Davis Health System, has received a $1,300,000 research grant from the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) to develop stem cells that could serve as a biological alternative to the electronic pacemakers that people now use to regulate heart rhythm.

Deborah K. Lieu, a stem cell scientist in cardiovascular medicine at UC Davis Health System, has received a $1,300,000 research grant from the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) to develop stem cells that could serve as a biological alternative to the electronic pacemakers that people now use to regulate heart rhythm.

Joy Melinikow and Kenneth W. Kizer, physicians at UC Davis Health System and national leaders in health policy and research, have been appointed to the Let's Get Healthy California Task Force

UC Davis Health System health policy leaders named to "Let's Get Healthy California" Task Force

Four UC Davis Health System faculty members have been elected as fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). They are among 388 new fellows — including a total of 10 at the University of California, Davis — honored for their scientifically distinguished efforts to advance science or its applications.

Four health system faculty elected as AAAS fellows

Julie Ann Freischlag, UC Davis vice chancellor for human health sciences and dean of the UC Davis School of Medicine, has been elected to the National Academy of Medicine (NAM), an achievement that is among the highest honors in the fields of health and medicine.

UC Davis Vice Chancellor for Human Health Sciences and School of Medicine Dean Julie Freischlag elected to the National Academy of Medicine

UC Davis' Paul Knoepfler receives National Advocacy Award at World Stem Cell Summit

Paul Knoepfler, associate professor of cell biology and human anatomy at UC Davis School of Medicine, was honored this week at the World Stem Cell Summit in San Diego for his stem cell advocacy and awareness efforts.

On July 26, 2012, the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine approved three major stem cell grants to UC Davis researchers to accelerate the development of therapies for patients suffering from critical limb ischemia, osteoporosis and Huntington's disease.

On July the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine approved three major stem cell grants to UC Davis researchers to accelerate the development of therapies for patients suffering from critical limb ischemia, osteoporosis and Huntington's disease.

Stem Cells In Your Face - what do we mean by "disease in a dish"? A nasty case of the flu on a plate? No. It's something much more interesting

To a stem cell scientist, "Disease in a Dish" describes a powerful way to study human disease in the lab using a Nobel Prize winning technique.

Stem Cell Dialogues: Healing Bone and Cartilage Injuries and Conditions

UC Davis Health System presented another in its ongoing series of community forums about stem cell research. The topic for this evening's "Stem Cell Dialogue.

Researchers have created lung cells from stem cells, which could open the door to growing lung material able to be transplanted with less rejection. That means more lives can be saved! #DonateLife

Researchers have created lung cells from stem cells, which could open the door to growing lung material able to be transplanted with less rejection. That means more lives can be saved!

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