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University of Michigan Life Sciences Initiative

The University of Michigan is a long-time leader in the study of adult stem cells. But until Michigan voters approved a state constitutional amendment in November 2008, restrictive state laws severely limited the types of embryonic stem cell research allowed in the state.

In response to the passage of Proposal 2 in November 2008, U-M is bolstering its embryonic stem cell research effort. New research initiatives and collaborations are in the works, new faculty members are being hired, and the university is now positioned to compete for any new federal funds that become available for embryonic stem cell research. The goal is to place U-M at the forefront in all aspects of stem cell research.

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Ann Arbor MI 48109