1. 2020

    Six patients with rare blood disease are doing well after gene therapy clinical trial

  2. 2019

    Three UCLA scientists receive grants totaling more than $18 million

  3. UCLA receives $10 million from The Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation

  4. Clinical trial for late-stage lung cancer opens for recruitment

  5. UCLA scientists create a renewable source of cancer-fighting T cells

  6. 2018

    $5.1 million grant will fund research to develop a stem cell-based therapy for blinding eye conditions

  7. Family travels 7,500 miles to save son’s life with treatment developed at UCLA

  8. New grant funds cutting-edge UCLA clinical trial for late-stage lung cancer

  9. Alpha Stem Cell Clinics Symposium champions patients and research

  10. 2017

    UCLA opens first engineered blood stem cell clinical trial for cancers with the NY-ESO-1 tumor marker

  11. Mice headed for space to test bone-building drug developed at UCLA

  12. Study overturns seminal research about the developing nervous system

  13. Eli and Edythe Broad announce new $1M grant at stem cell symposium hosted by UCLA

  14. 2016

    Dr. Owen Witte receives Stanford University alumni award in biomedical sciences

  15. UCLA's cutting-edge Duchenne muscular dystrophy research funded by California's stem cell agency

  16. 2015

    Zipursky awarded prize

  17. Andrew Goldstein on ESPN

  18. Ovarian cancer discovery

  19. Clinical trial led by UCLA receives $7.4 million in state stem cell funding

  20. BSCRC Director Receives Prestigious G.H.A. Clowes Memorial Award

  21. Treating Sickle Cell Disease - Research Shows Promising Method for Correcting Genetic Code

  22. 2014

    $6 Million Awarded to Physician-Scientists for Clinical and Translational Grants from State Stem Cell Agency

  23. UCLA and UCI Awarded $8M to Launch Collaborative Stem Cell Clinic “Center of Excellence”

  24. Clinician-Scientist Receives Research Leadership Award

  25. Campus launches The Centennial Campaign for UCLA

  26. The Broad Foundations Donate $4 million to Support UCLA Research in Stem Cell Science and Digestive Diseases

  27. BSCRC Director Inducted into Cancer Research Academy

  28. Five UCLA stem cell scientists receive $3.5 million from CIRM that will forward revolutionary stem cell science in medicine.

  29. 2013

    UCLA Scientists Taking Stem Cell Research to Patients

  30. $13 Million Awarded to 4 UCLA Researchers from State Stem Cell Agency

  31. Stem Cell Researcher Receives Stem Cell “Bank” Initiative Grant

  32. UCLA Scholars Awarded Sloan Research Fellowships

  33. 2012

    BSCRC Scientists Awarded $20 Million Grant to Develop New Melanoma Treatment and Test it in Clinical Trials

  34. Vision improves modestly in patients after human embryonic stem cell transplants

  35. BSCRC Receives $1 Million to Support Annual Educational Symposium

  36. 2011

    President Obama Nominates Broad Stem Cell Research Center Director Dr. Owen Witte to Serve on the President's Cancer Panel

  37. NIH Awards $4 million to BSCRC researchers recognizing their leading-edge, innovative research

  38. CIRM awards more than $8 million to BSCRC researchers to investigate basic mechanisms underlying stem cell biology and differentiation

  39. CIRM awards more than $5.3 million to BSCRC researchers to develop innovative tools and technologies.

  40. 2010

    CIRM-BSCRC Laboratory Opens in Terasaki Life Sciences Building

  41. Four UCLA Researchers awarded $12 million in grants to translate basic discoveries into therapies

  42. BSCRC researcher Gay Crooks receives $1.35 million from CIRM to fund research into transplantation immunology.

  43. NIH accepts three UCLA human embryonic stem cell (hESC) lines into their hESC Registry.

  44. 2009

    CIRM awards $49.2 million to BSCRC scientists to advance bench to bedside research.

  45. BSCRC launches Scholars in Translational Medicine (STM) Program

  46. CalTech-UCLA collaboration establishes the Joint Center for Translational Medicine (JCTM).

  47. President Obama’s executive order lifts Bush-era limitations on human embryonic-stem-cell research.

  48. 2008

    BSCRC receives $19.8 million from CIRM to build new facilities for stem cell research.

  49. UCLA researchers are the first in California to create induced pluripotent stem cells (iPS cells)

  50. 2007

    The Broad Foundations donate $20 Million to advance the stem cell research effort at UCLA

  51. Stem cell researchers reprogram normal tissue cells into cells with the same properties as embryonic stem cells

  52. UCLA Stem Cell Institute receives $2.86 million from CIRM to create new laboratory space.

  53. 2006

    UCLA Stem Cell Institute recruits five internationally renowned scientists to its research team

  54. 2005

    UCLA launches Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Medicine

  55. 2004

    California voters approve Proposition 71

  56. 2001

    President George W. Bush restricts federal funding for stem cell research

  57. 1998

    World's first human embryonic stem cell lines are created