Posted January 25, 2012 Atlanta, GA
Aaron Levine, Assistant Professor in the School of Public Policy, has been appointed to the National Academies Institute of Medicine committee that is tasked with evaluating the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM).
The committee will assess CIRM's programs, operations, strategies, and performance since its inception in 2005 and will deliver a final report at the end of 2012. Read more on the National Academies website.
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