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Spring 2016

Jun 1, 2017

A Word from the Director – May 2017

Less than two years and CMI is now a thriving active community. Each of the four research programs continues to mature and lead exciting new initiatives. Equally important, the increased role and participation by the Associate Members have brought new ideas and energy into the CMI. The first event proposed and organized by them and… 

May 2, 2016

Word from the Director

It has been six months since we officially became the CMI and things are  moving at a fast pace. As you will see in the newsletter, each of the research programs has embarked on a series of new projects and initiatives, and the CMI overall continues to expand its membership and bring in faculty from multiple… 

May 2, 2016

CMI Faculty Present Sponsored Research at North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences Science Café

Dr. Lauren Schnabel and Dr. Matt Fisher presented “Repair the Tear: Healing Sports Injuries in Horse and Humans” at the March 2016 North Carolina Museum of Natural Science, Science Café. More than 60 participants learned how cutting-edge regenerative therapies, including stem cells and biomaterials, are being used for the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries of elite… 

May 2, 2016

FTE “Regenerating Opportunities” Event Scheduled

By Dr. Fran Ligler The Functional Tissue Engineering program held an informal “Regenerating Opportunities” event on Thursday, May 19th in the CVM 101 Research Building.  The meeting was from 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM.  The purpose of this informal gathering was to foster collaborations in functional tissue engineering. Future meetings will be held at the College of Engineering, College of… 

May 2, 2016

Translational Pharmacology & Physiology Update

The mission of the TPP program is to develop a dynamic, meshwork of collaborative faculty and projects that facilitates and expedites the translation of pre-clinical research into approved or proven drugs and therapies with real-world benefits, through maximizing the use of spontaneous animal diseases and veterinary species in this process. Faculty in this program have… 

May 2, 2016

Welcome New Members

Welcome to our new members! Donald Freytes, Assistant Professor, NCSU/UNC-CH – FTE Andrew Wang, Associate Professor, UNC-CH – FTE Zachary Brown, Assistant Professor, CALS – EID Ruian Ke, Assistant Professor, CPMS – EID Thomas LaBean, Associate Professor, COE – FTE Santosh Mishra, Assistant Professor, CVM – TPP Michael Reiskind, Assistant Professor, CALS – EID Mark Sobsey, Professor,…