Our regenerative medicine research involves bio-engineering and discovering ways to cure disease by re-growing tissues and organs.
Our researchers formulated a new medicine with regenerative potential in veterinary and human markets and launched Rapamycin Holdings.
Our research on tissue re-growth could revolutionize transplantation needs for patients around the world.
Our research in regenerative medicine has proven groundbreaking, with recent discoveries that could have dramatic implications in increasing an individual's life-span and fighting age-related medical conditions.
UT Health San Antonio is leading a study to explore the use of a patient’s own cells to regrow muscle tissue for aging patients who experience loss of muscle mass and function due to the effects of aging.
The silkworm, which produces the essential ingredient for fine silk fabric, also plays a critical role in a new process designed to provide relief for millions of individuals with dry mouth, a devastating oral and systemic health issue.
Children and young adults ages 6 to 20 who need a root canal are being sought for a clinical trial that will test two new dental techniques involving regenerative dentistry. The new procedures may help not only clear up tooth infections, but make it possible for the infected tooth to continue growing and developing to its full potential.