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UCSF Stem Cell Research Building Gains National Acclaim

March 14, 2011 Dramatically positioned at Parnassus Heights, the Ray and Dagmar Dolby Regeneration Medicine Building at UCSF is gaining national recognition as a stunning architectural and engineering feat.

Stem Cell Advocates Cite Personal Connection in Advancing Field

February 24, 2011 Among those cheering the recent opening of the new stem cell science building at UCSF were two patient advocates who have a personal connection to advancing the field of regenerative medicine.

Video Depicts UCSF Stem Cell Science Building: A Monument to California

February 16, 2011 A new video depicts the energy and excitement of the grand opening of the Ray and Dagmar Dolby Regeneration Medicine Building on the UCSF Parnassus campus on Feb. 9.

Slide Show: Stem Cell Science Soars to New Heights at UCSF

February 11, 2011 The bold and innovative stem cell research building on the UCSF Parnassus campus stands as a testament to the architectural genius of Raphael Viñoly and public and private support of UCSF's pioneering program in regeneration medicine.

Pace Picks Up for Clinical Trials to Evaluate Stem Cell Therapies

February 11, 2011 Leading scientists from California companies discussed groundbreaking clinical trials of stem cell therapies during a recent scientific symposium to celebrate the opening of the Ray and Dagmar Dolby Regeneration Medicine Building at UCSF.

Gladstone Institutes' Yamanaka to Receive Two International Awards

February 10, 2011 Acclaimed stem cell researcher Shinya Yamanaka, who is a professor of anatomy at UCSF, can add two more prestigious prizes to his already impressive resume.

Embryonic Stem Cell Lawsuit Threatens Regenerative Medicine Research

December 01, 2010 A lawsuit and inaction by Congress threaten federally funded embryonic stem cell research at UCSF and across the country.

Pyle Leads News and Media Relations as News Director

November 16, 2010 Amy Pyle, a veteran journalist with more than 20 years experience in communications, has joined UCSF as executive director of news and media relations.

Teeth Earn Starring Role in Field of Regenerative Medicine

November 11, 2010 Ophir Klein wants to use stem cells to grow teeth. Because teeth are simple in comparison to large, vital organs, they may serve as a proving ground for regenerative medicine.

For Stem Cell Researchers at UCSF, Already at the Forefront, Yamanaka's Work Galvanizes Field

November 03, 2010 Scientists this week are moving into the headquarters for the Eli and Edythe Broad Center of Regeneration Medicine and Stem Cell Research at UCSF, where they will continue to advance a field transformed by the revolutionary achievement of Shinya Yamanaka.

UCSF Tops California Universities with Four NIH Director's New Innovator Awards

September 30, 2010 The National Institutes of Health (NIH) on September 30 announced 52 highly competitive awards for high-risk, high-payoff research for young biomedical scientists, and UCSF tops California institutions with four recipients.

Diabetes Center Celebrates 10 Years of Success, Charts Future Course

September 28, 2010 The UCSF Diabetes Center symposium marks its 10th anniversary.

Symposium to Highlight Prospects, Challenges of Translating Stem Cell Science into Future Therapies

August 30, 2010 UCSF is co-sponsoring a symposium on September 27 and 28 to provide scientists and physicians with the “nuts and bolts” of translating stem cell science into cell-based products for clinical trials.

Martin to Receive National Excellence in Science Award

July 07, 2010 Gail Martin, whose first-in-field discoveries are well known by developmental biologists around the world, has been named to receive the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology 2011 Excellence in Science Award.

Stem Cell Enthusiasts Tour New Parnassus Heights Research Building

July 06, 2010 UCSF offered a peek of the $123-million stem cell research facility – the first research building being constructed on the Parnassus campus in 40 years.

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