UC San Diego CIRM Alpha Stem Cell Clinic
Second Annual CIRM Alpha Clinics Network Symposium - March 23, 2017
The City of Hope CIRM Alpha Stem Cell Clinic hosted the 2nd annual symposium on Thursday, March 23,
Likewise, the Division of Regenerative Medicine at UC San Diego Health held to their 3rd Annual Symposium on March 10, 2017. Please see our Events page for more information, including upcoming footage.
Translating Stem Cells: A New Educational Course for Winter, 2017
UPDATE: Registration is now closed. Thank you to those who enrolled in the inaugural course. More information for the next course offering will be posted when available.
The UC San Diego CIRM Alpha Stem Cell Clinic is committed to educating patients and professionals, including study staff. We are pleased to invite all clinical research professionals, from coordinators to physicians, to enroll in Translating Stem Cells (CLRE-237), a course offered via the CTRI CREST program. Enroll by November 18th, 2016 to be considered. Please contact the CTRI CREST (not the Alpha Clinic) program with questions. The course may also count as an elective in the MAS program, but applicants do not necessarily need to be enrolled in either the CREST nor MAS program to take this course!
The mission of the UC San Diego CIRM Alpha Stem Cell Clinic is to accelerate the design of innovative stem cell research to advance the testing and delivery of safe and effective stem cell-based therapies in regenerative medicine.
For more information, please visit the CIRM Alpha Stem Cell Clinic page on the UC San Diego Health website.
We are one of three “alpha clinics” in a network designated by the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM), the state’s stem cell agency. The UC San Diego CIRM Alpha Stem Cell Clinic is the cell therapy arm of Sanford Stem Cell Clinical Center at UC San Diego Health. We specialize in
The Alpha Stem Cell Clinics are intended to create the long-term, networked infrastructure needed to launch and conduct numerous, extensive clinical trials of stem cell-based drugs and therapies in humans, including those developed by independent California-based investigators and companies. These trials are requisite before any new drug or treatment can be approved for clinical use.
The clinics will emphasize public education to raise awareness and understanding of stem cell science. This will combat “stem cell tourism” (the act of visiting domestic and foreign places to receive
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An Overview of the UC San Diego CIRM Alpha Stem Cell Clinic
1-844-317-STEM (7836)Betty Cabrera, MPH
Clinical Study Coordinator, UC San Diego CIRM Alpha Stem Cell Clinic
Sanford Stem Cell Clinical Center
9500 Gilman Dr. MC 0695
La Jolla, CA 92093-0695