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Autism and Stem Cells: A Mom's Perspective

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Jen, a mother of 10 year-old Milo who has a severe form of autism describes the impact of the disorder on her family and shares her thoughts about stem cell research. This video was presented during the March 13th 2014 governing Board meeting of California's Stem Cell Agency.
For more information about autism research funding by the stem cell agency, visit our autism fact sheet: http://www.cirm.ca.gov/autism
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Jen, a mother of 10 year-old Milo who has a severe form of autism describes the impact of the disorder on her family and shares her thoughts about stem cell research. This video was presented during the March 13th 2014 governing Board meeting of California's Stem Cell Agency.
For more information about autism research funding by the stem cell agency, visit our autism fact sheet: http://www.cirm.ca.gov/autism Show less

CIRM Stem Cell #SciencePitch Challenge Play

For scientists, the importance of explaning their work to the average person is critical. If they can't make their research comprehensible and engaging they risk losing the attention of journalists, potential donors, politicians, or all those good people whose tax money funds their science.

To help promote better science communication with the public, CIRM held an elevator pitch video challenge at the 2013 CIRM Grantee Meeting March 7-9 in San Francisco. Participants recorded pitches (ideally 30 seconds or less) describing their research on camera at the meeting. Those who could not attend the meeting sent in their videos. Thanks to everyone for participating.

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