June, 2017 - Spinal cord cells called V2a interneurons have been the focus of recent studies in several labs, including the McDevitt Lab.
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April, 2017 - Gladstone Institutes scientists reported that they used human pluripotent stem cells to create a type of nerve cell that’s damaged in spinal cord injury.
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September, 2016 - If you have been following stem cell news lately, you know that there have been several recent Food and Drug Administration (FDA) meetings regarding how to classify stem cells, which ultimately affects if and how they will be regulated.
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October, 2014 - Developing a new technology that will help the body repair traumatic bone injuries more effectively & at lower cost than current methods
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April, 2014 - A new technology under development at the Georgia Tech could one day provide more efficient delivery of the bone regenerating growth factors with greater accuracy and at a lower cost.
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December, 2013 - Could make the process more efficient, cheaper.
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June, 2013 - More control over stem cells advances tissue engineering.
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June, 2013 - Microparticles create localized control of stem cell differentiation; reduce growth factor use.
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December, 2012 - $630,000, for promising new research that focuses on how the body can harness its own potential to heal or regenerate.
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November, 2012 - McDevitt is leading efforts to use embryonic stem cells for better tissue regeneration in wound sites.
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September, 2012 - Stem Cell delivery methods to improve bone marrow repair & treatment of blood disorders.
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September, 2012 - Cardiac therapies for improvement of patients with severe cardiac damage.
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August, 2012 - Cell therapy strategies for patients with critical limb ischemia.
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September, 2011 - High Risk Research Awarded - McDevitt among the awardees.
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August, 2011 - 2 million for researchers at Georgia Tech to develop novel therapeutics for treating traumatic injuries & degenerative diseases.
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August, 2011 - The National Institutes of Health announced that it is awarding $143.8 million to challenge the status quo.
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