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Greg Gillispie, Ph.D.

Greg Gillispie

About Greg Gillispie, Ph.D.

Greg is a recent graduate from the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine. He strongly believes that age-related diseases have common underlying mechanisms at play and that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. In addition to writing for LEAF, Greg continues to conduct laboratory research in stem cell regeneration and cellular senescence. He is also an avid runner, curious reader, proud dog owner, and a board game enthusiast.

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September 23, 2020
A new study published in Archives of Dermatological Research has shown that a novel microporous membrane can promote the regeneration of healthy human skin. SkinSkin, as the most readily visible organ of the human body, is one of the first to let us know that we are getting older. Our skin goes beyond appearance; it...
September 16, 2020
Because of bone's natural self-healing abilities, it has provided regenerative medicine with some of its earliest successes. However, as with many tissues, the defects that can be treated are currently limited in size.
September 09, 2020
This is part one of a new weekly series focusing on recent advancements in the field of regenerative medicine. The field of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine Tissue engineering and regenerative medicine (TERM) is a large and rapidly growing field that has implications for the field of longevity. Broadly, the field of TERM is working...
September 02, 2020
As a recent Ph.D. graduate in tissue engineering, I was fortunate enough to be given a ticket for EARD2020, an online conference focused on aging research, particularly on developing technologies that target the aging processes directly in order to cure age-related diseases. Today, I want to share some of my experiences of the conference with...