Berkeley Stem Cell Center

CIRM Shared Laboratory
Mary West Ph.D., Facility Manager

The Siebel Stem Cell Institute
A UC Berkeley-Stanford Consortium
The Thomas and Stacey Siebel Foundation established the Siebel Stem Cell Institute to catalyze and facilitate pioneering stem cell research collaborations between groups at UC Berkeley and Stanford, and visiting scholars in residence.
Seed Funding
Principal Investigators at UC Berkeley may apply for Siebel Institute seed funding for innovative and collaborative stem cell research projects involving Stanford University laboratories.
Siebel Visiting Scholars

The Siebel Institute seeks to advance stem cell research by supporting outstanding visiting scholars from international or United States institutions, to be in residence at UC Berkeley laboratories. Candidate nominations from Stem Cell Center affiliates are welcome.
For more information, contact Lily Mirels:

The Berkeley Stem Cell Center welcomes undergraduates and graduate students' interest in stem cell research. Stem cell-related activities offered at UC Berkeley include:

Bioengineering C218/ Molecular and Cell Biology C237
Stem Cells and Directed Organogenesis.
(Spring semester, Irina Conboy and Michael Conboy)

Advanced Developmental and Stem Cell Biology (MCB 231)
(Spring semester, Richard Harland)

Stem Cells: Science and Society DeCal (IB 98/198)
(Fall 2011, For more information:

Student Society for Stem Cell Research
The Cal chapter strives to reflect the SSSCR cornerstones of community service, education, advocacy, career development, and fundraising.