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New Processes Could Provide Personalized Pain Treatment

Pittsburgh scientists including McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine faculty members Most pain studies focus only on biology or behavior, drug delivery or microscopic cell anatomy, but the research of McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine affiliated faculty members Jelena Janjic, PhD, and John Pollock, PhD, both at Duquesne University, incorporates each of these areas to personalize pain treatment.


Pitt, Carnegie Mellon Engineers Develop New Method to Explore Mechanical Communication Between Cells

When the body forms new tissues during the healing process, cells must be able to communicate with each other. For years, scientists believed this communication happened primarily through chemical signaling. Now researchers at Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh have found that another dimension mechanical communication is equally if not more crucial.


UPMC Voice Center: A Unique Resource

Dedicated to the evaluation and care of voice disorders, the UPMC Voice Center offers a wide range of services and is a unique resource for both the general public and those who use their voices professionally. Its mission is to prevent injury and rehabilitate patients who have voice problems and to provide cutting edge research.

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Video: Introduction to the McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine

Need an introduction to what exactly we do at the McGowan Institute? Here is a video that highlights some of our research and scientists.

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Find these and other stories in the Regenerative Medicine In the News 2014 Archive.

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