SCRC

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$5 Million CIRM Award
Community Lecture October 5th
Stem Cell Stories

About Us

Today’s UC Irvine Stem Cell Research Center is a dynamic center encompassing a diverse array of interdisciplinary investigators that span the schools of Medicine, Biological Sciences, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Engineering, Arts and Law. Our state-of-the-art, LEED Platinum certified research and clinical building houses 23 of our 50 center faculty members.

Center faculty have obtained more than $170 million dollars in grant and foundation funds
. Our research programs include an National Institutes of Health (NIH)-sponsored T32 training grant, state of the art shared equipment, research services programs and a seminar series.

What can we do for you?

Researchers

Research areas, available resources and clinical trials

Patients

Learn about our clinical research and trials

Donors

Learn how you can support stem cell research at UCI

Community

See the latest news, videos and upcoming events

Events

Events

Community lectures, special events and opportunities to engage. Find details for future events here.









Pushing Stem Cells Around for Therapeutics

7:00 PM Pacific Time

Stem cells and aging - Can we stop the hands of time?

7:00 PM Pacific Time

Modeling Adult-Onset Neurodegenerative Disorders

11:00 AM Pacific Time

9th Annual Stem Cell Science Symposium

9:00 AM Pacific Time

News

Dr. Acharya Awarded CIRM Grant

Irvine, Calif. - Aug. 24, 2021 – Dr. Munjal Acharya has received a $1M grant to investigate a treatment to reverse radiation-induced brain injury using stem cell-derived extracellular vesicles.

First Experiment Run on Helios

Irvine, Calif. - Jul. 8, 2021– On April 27, the Sue & Bill Gross Stem Cell Research Center flow cytometry core launched its newest instrument, the Helios mass cytometer.

Transplant Biomaterial Developed

Irvine, Calif. - Jun. 3, 2021 – Research team led by Jonathan Lakey, Ph.D. has developed a biomaterial for pancreatic islet transplants that doesn’t trigger the body’s immune response.