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The conflict over conflictsby Tali WoodwardSan Francisco Bay GuardianApril 14th, 2005"The stem cell institute moves to rein in conflicts of interest, but some concerns remain ."
Stem cell agency adopts conflict of interest rulesby Daniel S. LevineEast Bay Business TimesApril 8th, 2005The California Institute for Regenerative Medicine, the Emeryville-based voter-created agency overseeing $3 billion for stem cell research, has adopted interim conflict of interest rules to govern the body.
Stem cell panel adopts interim financial rulesby Terri SomersSan Diego Union-TribuneApril 8th, 2005"Hoping to eliminate any perceptions of personal financial benefit from the state's $3 billion stem cell initiative, the committee that will distribute the funds adopted interim conflict-of-interest policies yesterday."
Stem-cell research: After the gold rushby Peter AldhousNatureApril 7th, 2005"California's voters have authorized the spending of $3 billion over the next decade on stem-cell research. But will this bonanza bring threats as well as opportunities?"
Stem cell panel facing allegations of conflictby Terri SomersSan Diego Union-TribuneApril 7th, 2005"Conflict-of-interest allegations already are flying against the committee overseeing California's $3 billion stem cell initiative even though the group isn't close to giving out a dime."
Letter from CGS to members of the ICOC regarding the response to the Lee-Halpern Petitionby Jesse Reynolds and Marcy DarnovskyApril 6th, 2005
Editorial: Unmask the reviewersSacramento BeeApril 6th, 2005This Sac Bee editorial calls for financial disclouse for members of the Research Grants Working Group of California's new stem cell program.
Celling outThe directors of stem cell institute have direct ties to biotech firms that stand to gainby Tali WoodwardSan Francisco Bay GuardianApril 6th, 2005"Members of the panel charged with overseeing California's stem cell research program... work for, have investments in, and are personally connected to the pharmaceutical and biotech companies poised to benefit from the grants."
Center for Genetics and Society reveals 7 of 29 on stem cell board may have personal conflicts of interestHighlights need for effective conflicts policy, public interest group saysApril 6th, 2005
Pay for head of stem cell agency too high, some sayby Keli SenkevichCalifornia AggieApril 1st, 2005The interim president for the newly established stem cell agency will earn $389,004 a year, a salary comparable to UC medical school deans. However, some have voiced concern over the new president's salary, criticizing it as too high.
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