March 2, 2020
Inhalation Therapy Shows Promise Against Pulmonary Fibrosis
The research could lead to more effective, less invasive treatments for human pulmonary fibrosis sufferers.
February 6, 2020
Platelet Microparticles Give Antibody Drug ‘Piggyback Ride’ to Repair Damaged Heart
New CVM research shows that platelet microparticles can effectively deliver therapeutic drugs directly to the heart following a heart attack.
October 31, 2019
Regenerative Medicine Visionary Cheng to Receive Endowed Professorship
Groundbreaking CVM regenerative medicine professor Ke Cheng to receive endowed professorship from the Terry Foundation.
September 19, 2019
Suntanner, Heal Thyself: Exosome Therapy May Enable Better Repair of Sun, Age-Damaged Skin
Heal the burn: New study from the CVM shows how your own skin cells may provide a more effective way to repair sun-damaged skin.
April 2, 2019
Cheng Inducted Into Prestigious Medical Institute’s College of Fellows
Ke Cheng, NC State College of Veterinary Medicine professor of regenerative medicine, has been inducted into the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering. Cheng, also a professor in NC State and UNC-Chapel Hill’s Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering, was elected into AIMBE’s College of Fellows for “contributions to designing new biomaterials and targeted cell
July 29, 2018
Cheng Receives Grant for Heart Attack Repair Research
The American Heart Association has awarded a grant to NC State College of Veterinary Medicine’s Ke Cheng for research into repairing damage caused by a heart attack. The $300,000 Transformational Project Award funds a three-year study from Cheng, the CVM’s professor of regenerative medicine, exploring heart failure’s impact of the reparative ability stem cells, information
April 11, 2018
The Future of Medicine
Ke Cheng's research may hold the key to repairing damaged cardiac tissue...
January 11, 2018
‘Decorated’ Stem Cells Could Offer Targeted Heart Repair
In a new pilot study using an animal model, North Carolina State University researcher Ke Cheng and his team show that “decorating” cardiac stem cells with platelet nanovesicles can increase the stem cells’ ability to find and remain at the site of heart attack injury and enhance their effectiveness in treatment.
October 25, 2017
Stuck on you: Nanogel capsule helps cardiac stem cells stay in place
Cardiac stem cell therapy is a promising treatment for damaged hearts. However, researchers are still working on two major issues with the therapy – how to keep the stem cells in place and how to prevent rejection when the stem cells are not from the patient’s own body. A new approach from NC State researcher