The project is a joint collaborative between the laboratories of Dr. David Mills, Louisiana Tech professor of biological sciences and the Marvin T. Green Jr. Featuring Professor in Pre – Medicine, Yuri Lvov, Louisiana Tech professor of chemistry and TC Pipes Endowed Chair & Professor of Micro and Nano Systems.
‘.. Thangaraj, a graduate student in biomedical engineering and Monceaux, an undergraduate student in biological sciences is interdisciplinary work to develop this new and innovative technologies. ‘Today many of the exciting and difficult problems in regenerative medicine are far too complex and the contributions of scientists from a number of different areas,’said Mills. ‘At Louisiana Tech, the researchers are working with backgrounds in chemistry, materials science, biology, pharmacology and biomedical engineering develop an application develop an application for wound healing , which has much broader applications.Dr. Tiralongo research interests include the clinical activity of CAM and pharmacological potential for of welfare plants and macrofungi.