Stem cells are the driving force behind your body’s ability to grow and repair damaged tissues and organs. To do this, stem cells of many different types work together in time, space and scale. But how the action of stem cells is coordinated to achieve tissue growth and repair is largely a mystery. We are focused on uncovering the signals and communication networks that instruct stem cells to effectively work together.
- Alerting stem cells to hurry up and heal April 18, 2017
- USC Stem Cell scientist Joseph T. Rodgers receives grant from the American Federation for Aging Research (AFAR) December 16, 2016
- Joseph T. Rodgers featured in USC Stem Cell video November 7, 2016