New Targets Identified to Combat Tissue Fibrosis
Athens, Ga.--Multiple types of cells are needed for patients to recover from surgery or to restore life to tissues that have lost circulation. University of Georgia researchers have identified how the cells involved in the final stage of repair, myofibroblasts, are switched on. This information can lead to drug development that could speed recovery. read the story→
Revised STAR Award Guidelines and Nomination Form
Nominations are now open for the next College of Pharmacy STAR Award. View details and form
FAX Your Facts!
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