• Regenerative medicine in civilization diseases.
  • Updated 28.04.2017 by Administrator UMB

    Regenerative medicine in civilization diseases

    PhD students will be involved in research project implemented in the Department of Regenerative Medicine and Immune Regulation, MUB, aimed at analysis regenerative potential of human body and use of different cellular and acellular components in the regeneration process. The research projects will include: a) Quantitative analysis and assessment of the role of progenitor cells in paediatric growth hormone deficiency, diabetes, obesity and paediatric

    dystrophies; b) Assessment of regenerative potential of circulating progenitor cells, hematopoietic stem cells and very small embryonic like stem cells; c) Evaluation of exercise effects on immune function and regenerative potential; d) The use of human acellular dermal matrix in the regeneration process; e) Use of graphene as a scaffold for human tissue culture.

    During implementation of above mentioned projects PhD students will use an array of modern research tools including: flow cytometry, cell sorting, in vitro cell cultures, qPCR, RNA sequencing, miRNA profiling, Western Blotting, ELISA and Multiplex protein analysis, confocal microscopy and animal models.