|This image titled “Passion” shows young brain cells in orange and is part of an art show at UC Irvine tomorrow|
One of our grantee institutions, the University of California, Irvine, has taken this enthusiasm for stem cell images to the next level. The researchers at their stem cell institute will be hosting an art show and reception Thursday evening featuring many images like the one above. That one is dedicated to “stem cell researchers whose enthusiasm for finding cures is like a burning flame while their brilliant minds remain calm and focused.”
Stem Cells Offer Hope is the official name of the art show. It will be at the Sue & Bill Gross Hall, a building dedicated to stem cell research and built with a major contribution from CIRM. It will run from 5:00-7:00, at 824 Health Science Road, Irvine.
The donation request is $35 in advance. To purchase tickets of to get more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 949-824-1677.
I will be attending the event as well as a Huntington’s Disease advocacy event in Irvine later in the week, and will post some photos and notes.