A Look Inside Stem Cells Helps Create Personalized Regenerative Medicine
Ahmet F. Coskun, a Bernie Marcus Early Career professor in the Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University, worked with researchers in his lab to study stem cells and determine which types are most likely to be effective in cell therapies using an intracellular toolkit.
Read his findings in a story from Georgia Tech Research News.
- The Inner Workings of Stem Cells: A Game-Changer for Personalized Medicine
- Using an intracellular toolkit to map organelle bio-geography in stem cells
- Researchers map RNA to inform selection of stem cells for therapeutic applicati…
- A look inside stem cells helps create personalized regenerative medicine
From starting jobs in the biomedical engineering industry to heading to graduate school, Coulter BME spring 2023 graduating students are moving to new heights.