Become an active member of the Regenerative Bioscience Center (RBC)
The purpose of RBC membership is to offer a venue in which workable strategies can be developed which lead to success in academic life for those with an interest in the advancement of Regenerative Biology. Faculty that actively participate in the RBC contribute to a diverse and varied group of expertise. Our researchers range from those new to academic life to established investigators, they have many different backgrounds, research interests, work in many different institutions, and come from multiple perspectives. The RBC fosters the opportunity for dialogue, offers questions to ponder, and outlines research topics to pursue.
The RBC offers many ways to engage in collaborative research and enrich your work as a faculty member.
Establishing partner collaborations
The University of Georgia resides within a larger geographical community of non-academic entities, and the needs of community members may coincide with research interests of faculty members. RBC member forums are regularly organized to highlight ongoing research and creating a venue for contact with potential collaborators within and outside of the University of Georgia.
Creating and fostering faculty – student collaborations
RBC faculty are encouraged to come in contact with students on a regular basis, creating opportunities for research efforts resulting from student-driven ideas. Collaborations often emerge naturally from close proximity and a shared sense of purpose. The RBC engages students across disciplines, facilitating problem-solving and sharing of resources, facilities and expertise.
Join us on the path to scientific discovery
If you are interested in joining the RBC, please use our contact form to request more information, including submitting a Curriculum Vitae (CV) and current biographical sketch.