Samantha Spellicy, Kelly Scheulin, and Ty Scott Maughon represented the RBC – CMaT program at Stemapalooza. The event was attended by hundreds of students and k-12 educators in and around Cobb county. This year’s coordinator was inspired to invite the RBC students based on an idea, created by Samantha, for sharing past scientific posters with high school students to encourage them to consider a college research program. “These students are a shining example of leaders in contributing to the community in which they live by bringing the benefits of CMaT and regenerative medicine to educate Georgia’s youth and organizations throughout the community,” said Stice.