New Duke Research Holds Promise for New Treatments to Repair Degenerative Tissue

hand grasping an ankle wrapped in an Ace bandage

New Duke Research Holds Promise for New Treatments to Repair Degenerative Tissue

Techniques include gene editing and enhancing body's own repair mechanisms

From gene editing to stimulating the body’s innate mechanisms of tissue repair, Duke scientists and engineers are tackling different ways to someday provide treatments for patients with injury or degeneration of musculoskeletal tissues.

Story originally published by Duke Today

Related News

dna strand and text: Snyderman Scholars: Applied Genomics & Precision Medicine

Snyderman Summer Scholars to continue research in Applied Genomics & Precision Medicine

The Duke Center for Applied Genomics and Precision Medicine wrapped up the inaugural year of the Snyderman Scholars Applied Genomics & Precision Medicine Summer Program on July 25. The goal of the program is to enable students to initiate or continue research in applied genomics or precision medicine over the summer.
view
Summer Scholar George Crawley describes his poster

Inaugural Summer Scholars Program Wrap Ups in End-of-Summer Poster Session

For 10 weeks, nine underclassmen from all over the country have been working in Duke labs. They presented their research findings in a poster presentation on July 25.
view
strands of DNA

New Genomic Medicine Collaboratory to serve as nexus for genetics, genomics community

Duke School of Medicine announced its intention to launch the new Duke Genomic Medicine Collaboratory.
view