2012 SRF Summer Scholar Profile: Sam Curran

Sam received his B.S. in Environmental Biology from The State University of New York (SUNY), College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) in Syracuse, NY. As an undergraduate, Sam engaged in a wide variety of research projects. He investigated the bioconversion of renewable resources to useful end products in Dr. James Nakas’ microbiology laboratory. As …

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First Glimpse of Thymic Rejuvenation

Engineering of new thymus tissue is a key rejuvenation biotechnology, to prevent or reverse the dramatic rise in morbidity and mortality from infectious disease that begins in the seventh decade of life. SENS Research Foundation is supporting thymus engineering research at the Wake Forest Institute of Regenerative medicine. In an important first, researchers at UCSF have derived a simple thymus-like tissue transplant that gave promising signs of restoring the ability to help form mature T-cells.

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