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The Broad Stem Cell Research Center supports innovation, excellence, and the highest ethical standards focused on taking groundbreaking stem cell research discoveries from the laboratory to the patient. We are committed to a multi-disciplinary and integrated collaboration of scientific, academic, and medical disciplines for the purpose of revolutionizing the treatment of disease through personalized cellular therapies and regenerative medicine.

What can stem cells do?

Stem cells have the potential to: • Replace cell tissue that has been damaged or destroyed by illness, • Replicate themselves over and over for a very long time, • Help scientists understand the origin of human biological development

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Research Funding

Since 2005, the Broad Stem Cell Research Center has provided UCLA faculty with more than $10 million of intra-mural funding to support innovative stem cell research. In turn, the resulting research generated data that has supported more than $226 million in extra-mural research grants from CIRM, NIH, NSF, and UC Discovery.

Training Programs


The UCLA Broad Stem Cell Research Center offers a continuum of training opportunities for UCLA graduate students, postdoctoral students and clinical fellows as well as undergraduates from CSUN through a special partnership. This research training provides hands-on experience in the labs of some of the world’s top stem cell researchers and serves as a fundamental pathway for education and career development that reflects the center's mission: curing disease with laboratory research that translates to patient therapies.


The breadth of research being conducted at the Broad Stem Cell Research Center is far reaching and seeks to bring basic laboratory research discoveries to the clinic. Our research programs include:

Core Resources

The Broad Stem Cell Research Center sponsors several shared core resources providing essential services to stem cell investigators that are beyond the capability of their individual labs.

Our core facilities strengthen our culture of collaboration and stimulate pioneering ideas that will advance the stem cell field.

JCCC-BSCRC Seminar: Dr. Kyle Orwig


Classes and Clubs

Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine; M272