UCLA Scientist William Kim discusses the ability to create Red Blood Cells from Human Embryonic Stem Cells

William Kim, UCLA graduate student and BSCRC-CIRM predoctoral trainee, conducts research in the laboratory of Dr. Gay Crooks (Professor, UCLA Pathology & Laboratory Medicine). In this video, which received honorable mention, Kim discusses the ability to create red blood cells from human embryonic stem cells and the hopes to create an unlimited supply of universal red blood cells for blood transfusions.