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The science behind bone regeneration and the Zika virus

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Caroline Billings

I am working towards a DVM/PhD at the University of Tennessee. I'm about to start my clinical rotations for my veterinary program, which is exciting! As for research, my area of interest is Regenerative Medicine. In my non-science life, I love cute dogs, craft beer and instructing barre3 classes!

Bone Regeneration - the Future of Fracture Repair

This is some of the coolest research I have ever been involved with! The focus is on a biodegradable tissue regeneration device that is specialized to regenerate bone. This device has the potential to change lives of individuals that have serious bone injuries.

 
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Rachael Wolters

Beer is my fuel of choice.

Answering micro questions about Zika virus & microcephaly

What does the World Cup, RNA, and sheep have in common? Learn why Zika virus pathogenesis can answer that question.