Virtual Lab Notes


Mar. 29, 2022, 4pm to 5pm

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“Why Frogs? Understanding Natural Tissue Repair Through Studies of a Model Organism”
with Dr. Kelly Tseng
Associate Professor, School of Life Sciences

Many different types of animals have the ability to regenerate lost or damaged tissues. Why do humans lack this ability? Join us to learn more about the insights that Kelly Tseng and her laboratory have gained from studying the injury response using a regenerative animal model, the clawed frog. An understanding of natural tissue repair processes may lead to the development of therapies for damaged tissues and aging.



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MPE-A 138
Cory Nelson

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College of Sciences