Bioengineering

Research - Regenerative Medicine

Regenerative medicine seeks to understand how and why stem cells differentiate into specialized tissues and to harness this potential for a wide variety of medical applications. Advances in regenerative medicine have the potential to prevent birth defects, retard damage to diseased tissues, repair injured tissues, enhance the metabolic or biomechanical function of tissues, and manipulate normal and abnormal tissue growth processes. Research in regenerative medicine occurs from the molecular level to clinical applications. Ongoing research at Stanford includes:

Bioengineering faculty members working in this area are

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