ACTSI-Supported Work Published

Details of a new titanium coating which will strengthen joint replacements were reported in the August 18 issue of the journa Science Translational Medicine. The research was supported by the NIH, the Arthritis Foundation, and the ACTSI through the Georgia Tech/Emory Center for the Engineering of Living Tissues. Read more... The findings have been promoted in Physorg.com, Science Codex, andScientific Computing.

ACTSI pilot grant recipient and Emory SOM assistant professor, Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Dr. Anthony Chan's ACTSI-supported work (Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells of Rhesus Monkey) was recently published in the journal Cellular Reprogramming.

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ACTSI-supported OculoStaple Wins Again

Atlanta Clinical & Translational Science Institute (ACTSI)-supported team, OculoStaple wins second place in the 2015 InVenture Prize at Georgia Tech. Team members Jackie Borinski, Mohamad Ali Najia, and Drew Padilla, all biomedical...

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