Stem Cell Engineering Center Seminar Series

Location: IBB Rm. 1128(404) 894-6228

Location Phone: (404) 894-6228

Paul Krebsbach, DDS, PhD, University of Michigan, will speak as a guest of the Stem Cell Engineering Center on "Pluripotent stem cells: Opening another avenue for craniofacial regeneration" on January 17th in the Petit Institute.

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Megan Richards



Jan. 17 2012 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Paul Krebsbach, DDS, PhD, University of Michigan

Pluripotent stem cells: Opening another avenue for craniofacial regeneration

Paul Krebsbach, D.D.S., Ph.D, is the Roy H. Roberts professor of dentistry and professor of biomedical engineering, and chair of the Department of Biologic and Materials Sciences in the School of Dentistry at the University of Michigan. He received a Doctor of Dental Surgery (D.D.S.) degree from the University of Minnesota, and a certificate in periodontology and Ph.D. in biomedical sciences from the University of Connecticut Health Center. Prior to joining the faculty at the University of Michigan, he was a senior staff fellow for three years at the National Institute of Dental and Crainiofacial Research. His research program focuses on the cell and molecular biology of mineralized tissues with an emphasis on gene therapy-directed osteogenesis and the lineage progression of adult and pluripotent stem cells.

Every semester, the SCEC welcomes keynote speakers to the Georgia Tech stem cell research community to speak on behalf of their university, institution, industry, or research lab in regards to stem cell engineering. This experience is meant to broaden the stem cell research alliance between local researchers and worldwide experts for the purposes of communicating stem cell advancements across the globe while developing future collaborative opportunities. The SCEC seminar series speakers range from international stem cell academia to industry professionals and research scientists.

Petit Institute for Bioengineering and Bioscience

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