GTEC Celebrates Success - Renews Commitment to Regenerative Medicine

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Georgia Tech and Emory Celebrate Success and Renew Their Commitment to Regenerative Medicine

January 13, 2009. The Georgia Tech Emory Center for the Engineering of Living Tissues (GTEC), a National Science Foundation Engineering Research Center, celebrated its tenth year of innovative research. When founded in 1998, GTEC's focus was on replacing tissues or growing cell-based substitutes outside the body for implantation into the body. As GTEC has evolved over the last decade, its approach has broadened from a focus on tissue engineering to one that includes tissue regeneration.

Now, a decade after the $25 million National Science Foundation award, GTEC is internationally recognized for its strengths and novel applications in the emerging field of Regenerative Medicine. The center


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  • Created By: Megan McDevitt
  • Created: 01/25/2009
  • Modified By: Fletcher Moore
  • Modified: 10/07/2016

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