The topics below group and provide links to publications authored by Mayo Clinic experts in various areas related to regenerative medicine and surgery.
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- Beta Cell Regeneration
- Producing glucose-responsive, insulin-making cells in the laboratory, which may lead to new treatments for diabetes.
- Cardiac Regeneration
- Stimulating the repair capacity of a patient's own stem cells prior to delivery into the heart is creating new regenerative platforms for patients with life-threatening heart disease.
- Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome
- Studying the genetic basis for this congenital defect and how regenerative therapies can strengthen the hearts of these patients and delay — or even prevent — the need for heart transplants.
- Liver Regeneration
- Developing and refining a number of regenerative liver therapies and devices for patients who today must wait for whole-liver transplants.
- Lung Regeneration
- Leading research into lung preservation, lung re-cellularization and stem cell engineering to develop new regenerative therapies for a wide range of lung diseases.
- Musculoskeletal Regeneration
- Creating therapeutic approaches to treat injury, degeneration and malformation of the skeleton, muscles and connective tissues.
- Taking a multidisciplinary approach to regenerating and repairing nerve damage from spinal cord injury, stroke and degenerative neurological diseases.
- Plastic and Regenerative Surgery
- Developing treatments for congenital anomalies of the hands and face, burns, limb and muscle loss, aging, facial nerve injuries, and other reconstructive needs.
- Valve and Vascular Repair and Regeneration
- Creating biological heart valves, identifying new stem cells, and developing ways to enhance blood vessel growth and repair to treat the underlying sources of cardiovascular diseases.