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The institution's principal publication for alumni, friends and physicians.
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Current Issue: FALL 2005
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Features
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PHOTO — THE FUTURE OF MEDICINE STARTS NOW


 

THE FUTURE OF MEDICINE STARTS NOW  

The university is on track to emerge as a leader in stem cell research.

A TALE OF TWO RECRUITS
 
BIOMEDICAL ENGINEER ENHANCES FUTURE OF STEM CELL RESEARCH

     

PHOTO — TRAINING A NEW GENERATION OF SCIENTISTS


 

TRAINING A NEW GENERATION OF SCIENTISTS

Hooking young scientists on stem cell research is the mission of a new comprehensive program designed to train future leaders.

 

BONE MARROW PROGRAM MATURES  

BONE MARROW PROGRAM MATURES

Bone marrow transplants have changed so much that UC Davis’ own program is now called the Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant Program.

 

 

PHOTO — UC DAVIS EXPERTS HELP LAW, HOPE CONVERGE


 

UC DAVIS EXPERTS HELP LAW, HOPE CONVERGE

Ethicists, legal and regulatory experts keep watch over emerging stem cell research.

THE EVOLUTION OF AN ETHICIST

PHOTO — SCIENCE AND POLITICS COLLIDE


 

SCIENCE AND POLITICS COLLIDE

Two years after passing Proposition 71, the California Stem Cell Research and Cures Act, Californians accustomed to operating on Internet time have been witness to the reality check of political time.

PROVOST HINSHAW: BUILDING UPON OUR STRENGTHS

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  Photograph — UC Davis pediatrician Stephanie Flaherty teaches 10-year-old Robert "R.J." Colburn, Jr. the safe way to approach dogs. Flaherty, who uses her Siberian Husky to demonstrate, developed a dog-greeting class as part of an award-winning UC Davis program that brings UC Davis pediatricians-in-training together with five neighborhood groups to make grassroots improvements in children's well-being. Pediatric residents develop a better defined concept of child advocacy while fostering strong community networks in neighborhoods that are typically underserved.  
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  Jan A. Nolta, director of the university’s new stem cell research program, and Gerhard Bauer, the program’s specialized cell and gene therapy laboratory director, will further propel the university’s rapidly expanding stem cell research program. Nolta and Bauer will be based at the UC Davis campus in Sacramento, where new state-of-the-art stem cell research facilities will be located. Read More...  
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