As reported in Washington Business Journal ... Universities, life sciences companies, health care investors and patient advocates have banded together to inform policy makers, the media and the public about regenerative medicine.
The D.C.-based Alliance for Regenerative Medicine
aims to advance scientific research in regenerative medicine, which includes such methods as using stem cells to grow cells.
The Alliance, which includes 13 charter members, is being co-operated by H&K and Adjuvant Global Advisors ... Some of the initial charter members include the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine, Stanford University, University of washington, Georgia Tech, Geron, Johnson & Johnson, and Aldagen. Investor organizations include Kleiner, Perkins and Proteus Ventures....
Read on at: http://washington.bizjournals.com/washington/stories/2009/06/29/dai...