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The 10 graduate students are discussing stem cell population analysis, when it’s time. Before they can continue the discussion, Todd McDevitt, the instructor, has to do one thing — turn on the TV.
The University System of Georgia Board of Regents has approved the appointment of Krishnendu (Krish) Roy and Todd McDevitt to Carol Ann and David D. Flanagan Faculty Professorships in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering.
A separation technique based on adhesive force differences could advance stem cell therapies.
Grants focus on how the body harnesses its own potential to heal or regenerate following trauma or disease
Ranked 2nd in the nation by US News and World Report
The National Science Foundation (NSF) funded Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship (IGERT) program in Stem Cell Biomanufacturing announced its third class of Ph.D. student trainees.
New research findings show that embryonic stem cells unable to fully compact the DNA inside them cannot differentiate into specific cell types.
IGERT trainees Doug White & Jenna Wilson presented at Stem Cell Engineering Conference
Georgia Tech faculty invited by the National Science Foundation to take part in an international assessment of the Stem Cell Engineering field.
Seven new graduate students to begin training in manufacturing stem cells
Director of the NSF met with Georgia Tech's Stem Cell Biomanufacturing IGERT trainees for the Parker H. Petit Institute’s 2011 Distinguished Lecture presentation.
Transformative NIH grant awarded to Georgia Tech and Emory researchers.
President Barack Obama today named Georgia Tech President Peterson to the Advanced Manufacturing Partnership steering committee.
The IGERT program is providing young researchers with “outside-the-box opportunities” for stem cell research amidst the funding feud
The goal of workshop is to build inter-institutional partnerships and collaborations
Controlling the environment during stem cell development matters.
Stem cells serve as the body’s most promising treatment option because of their potential to develop into many different types of cells
Georgia Tech Faculty Members Influencing Georgia
Georgia Tech and TERMIS Partner for 2013 Annual Meeting
Study reinforces potential value of stem cells to repair bone in
Aaron Levine created an online searchable database showing funding information from the six states that adopted stem cell research programs.
A stem cell bio-manufacturing research and education program award has been awarded to Georgia Tech.
Delivery of Adult Versus Fetal Stem Cells for Bone Regeneration
Stem Cells Could Be Big Business for Georgia