Recent Publications: Journal: Nano Letters
Title: Silicon Nanowire-Induced Maturation of Cardiomyocytes Derived from Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells
Authors: Yu Tan, Dylan Richards, Ruoyu Xu, Skylar Stewart-Clark, Santhosh Kumar Mani, Thomas Keith Borg, Donald R. Menick, Bozhi Tian, and Ying Mei
2016 Monthly Meetings: March 11, April 22, June 3, July 15, August 26, October 7, November 18
2017 Monthly Meeting: January 13, 2017
2017 Annual Meeting: February 9-10, 2017
The primary goal of this COBRE center is to increase the number of N H-supported biomedical researchers in the state of South Carolina, particularly at Clemson University.
For this purpose,Clemson University's unique strengths in biomaterials and tissue engineering are complemented by expertise in medicine and developmental biology at the Medical University of South Carolina and the University of South Carolina to establish a Center of Biomaterials for Tissue Regeneration (CBTR) at Clemson University.
This COBRE center will significantly augment collaborative efforts in South Carolina to recruit, train,and retain a critical mass of investigators with cross-disciplinary skills to collaborate effectively in the research area of regenerative medicine.
We strive to find better treatments for human diseases by fostering interdisciplinary colla borations among researchers and enhancing interdependent intellectua l capital and resources within the State of South Carolina.
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