Treatment for Pressure Ulcers

In two of our recent studies, we assess a murine pressure ulcer model and show improved wound healing with injected adipose derived stem cells.

Tissue Engineered Scaffolds

Our stem cells have been used to develop new technologies for creating tissue engineered scaffolds for regeneration of nipple-areolar complexes.



Understanding the complexities of stem cell biology is crucial to knowing how to use them most effectively. We have performed several studies analyzing how donor age, protein expression, and cryopreservation affect stem cell’s ability to be used therapeutically. You can read the publications by clicking on them below.

Foxn1 and Mmp-9 expression in intact skin and during excisional wound repair in young, adult, and old C57Bl/6 mice

Inducing Heat Shock Proteins Enhances the Stemness of Frozen-Thawed Adipose Tissue-Derived Stem Cells

Cryopreserved Adipose Tissue-Derived Stromal/Stem Cells: Potential for Applications in Clinic and Therapy

Age of the donor reduces the ability of human adipose-derived stem cells to alleviate symptoms in the experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis mouse model