Established in 2004 by Steven Stice, the Regenerative Bioscience Center at the University of Georgia connects veterinarians, scientists and engineers from across the university to work together on the challenges of regenerative medicine. They use nanotechnology to understand and manipulate damaged or diseased cells, organs or tissues—to seek ways to repair, replace or regenerate to improve human and animal health. For more information:

The central hub of the center occupies the fourth floor of the Edgar L. Rhodes Center for Animal and Dairy Science building, located on River Road.  

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