Play Live Radio
Next Up:
0:00 0:00
Available On Air Stations

Brain Glue

I’m the brain, you’re glue - whatever happens to me… can be healed by you? For individuals with traumatic brain injuries, the outcome is often dire. In these instances, the brain needs to replenish itself - not only its neurons, but also the substance that surrounds the neurons and  holds them in place. Enter brain glue! In this segment, catch the Director of Georgia’s Regenerative Bioscience Center, Dr. Steve Stice, discuss the center’s collaboration with Emory that sealed the deal on brain glue - a possible treatment for traumatic brain injuries.

Related Content
  • Dr. Steve Stice wants to use pig skin to learn how to cure brain diseases such as Parkinson’s. Using skin cells to grow stem cells, he models Parkinson’s…
  • The Department of Defense wanted to create healing putty that can be injected into broken bones on a battlefield. Dr. Steve Stice and the Regenerative…
  • We are bombarded by thousands of chemicals every year. The Environmental Protection Agency tests these chemicals to determine if they have detrimental…