ProjectLam, CarolApproximately $50 billion are spent annually on treatment of wounds in the United States. Honey has been used by many civilizations to heal wounds and its effectiveness has been studied since 1947. Honey is an antimicrobial agent, immunologic modulato . . .
ThesisEstablishing methods to characterize αβ and γδ T lymphocytes in human skin to discern their role in skin surveillanceCruz, Michelle S.Chronic non-healing wounds are a growing clinical burden, impacting 6.5 million patients in the United States alone (Sen et al., 2009). A variety of cells take part in the complex process of wound healing, which includes stages such as inflammation, r . . .
ProjectSo, MichelleStudies of multipotent neural stem cell (NSC) transplantations demonstrate their potential as a regenerative therapy to improve functional recovery following neurotrauma. However a major obstacle hindering greater tissue regeneration is the inefficien . . .