New Consortium for Cell Manufacturing Technologies (CMaT)

Nov 13, 2017

Often, two heads are better than one. This is certainly the case when developing advanced cell therapies for heart disease, childhood leukemia, and cancer. In this segment, host April Sorrow interviews Dr. Steve Stice, director of UGA’s Regenerative Bioscience Center, to learn more about how universities are collaborating with UGA to push stem cell research forward as a part of the NSF-funded Bioscience Research Consortium.