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Kathryn Sellman

Kathryn Sellman

Traumatic Brain InjuryThere are no current treatments for TBI, and to find one would help so many people, especially young children. So to me, regenerative bioscience is important because it can help to treat things like traumatic brain injuries, which have no current treatment.
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Alexandra Flemington

Alexandra Flemington

Muscle Regeneration When I came across Dr. Call’s research in the use of stem cells in muscle regeneration, I was excited about the opportunity because I want to learn all I can about the topic. I am extremely eager to be a part of a lab that is learning about…
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Cheyenne Lee

Cheyenne Lee

New Discovery Scientific research is important because we can use it to gain an understanding of this world, this universe, and how to improve humanity. If there is one thing that I learned this past year, it is that medicine does not have all of the answers, but that it…
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Caroline Coleman

Caroline Coleman

Through research, the team is able to revisit past findings, revise current theories and hypothesize new ideas, thus growing science as a whole. The applications of scientific approach are just as important as the intellectual gains: from drug therapies and cancer treatments to developing prosthetics and surgical techniques, scientific research…
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Noah Goldstein

Noah Goldstein

Regenerative bioscience has great future potential. From potentially finding a cure to diabetes to regenerating fractured bone, the universality of the field can change the medical field as we know it today.
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Olivia Valente

Olivia Valente

I have a personal situation that makes me very interested in the field. My grandmother died of a stroke, and therefore I am looking forward to working with Dr. West, in stroke recovery.
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Maria Gaynier

Maria Gaynier

Regenerative bioscience opens up opportunities to treat diseases that do not have effective treatments available. It uses the organism’s own cells as therapy. This eliminates problems like rejection, as seen when using donor organs, tissue, or cells. Being able to repair injured or diseased tissues with stem cells is huge…
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Mary Kate Mehegan

Mary Kate Mehegan

I became really interested in regenerative medicine when I came across a National Geographic documentary called “How to Build a Beating Heart” in high school. Ever since then I have been fascinated by regenerative medicine and the possibilities in the future of the field. When I came to college, I…
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Karishma Sriram

Karishma Sriram

Regrow Limbs The ability to regrow what has been lost is an amazing trait that very few animals have. I learned in my human biochemistry class last semester that some species are able to grow new limbs within a matter of days, without any aid. Regenerative bioscience is a field…
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Joette Crews

Joette Crews

This class open up many possibilities and actualities that I never knew where possible. It is a truly progressive area of biology with many opportunities that have yet come to light.
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