The Regenerative Engineering design (REdesign) Lab focuses on the design and testing of bioengineered tissues capable of restoring tissue function. Our major goals are to harness the power of tissue specific extracellular matrices to guide tissue remodeling and to understand … Continued
Category: Regenerative Medicine
The focus of research at Magness Lab is the genetic mechanisms that control intestinal and colonic stem cell maintenance and differentiation. The Lab uses the highly regenerative gut epithelium as a model system to understand how Sox-transcription factors control cell-fate … Continued
The BioTherapeutics Laboratory is led by Dr. Ke Cheng. Our studies include regenerative medicine approaches by using patient-derived stem cells, biomaterials, and targeted nanoparticles. For stem cell research, we are interested in isolating patient-specific and organ-specific adult stem cells and … Continued
The Advanced Wound Healing lab is led by Dr. Ashley C. Brown. Our group’s research centers on developing novel microgel-based materials for a variety of biomedical applications including augmentation of hemostasis, enhanced wound healing, evaluation and modulation of cellular mechanotransduction, … Continued
Research focuses on replacing, engineering, or regenerating tissues and/or organs. Encompasses functional tissue engineering and the use of molecular biology, bioreactors, cytomechanics, engineering scaffolds, plasma-treated surfaces, biotextiles, biomimetics, stem cells, and mechanobiology to produce novel biomaterials and engineer synthetic living tissues.