Faculty: Biography

Steven L. Stice, Ph.D.
Professor and Director
Regenerative Bioscience Center
Address: Edgar L. Rhodes Building
University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602
Office: 450
Phone: (706) 583-0071
Email: sstice@uga.edu
Biosketch
Ph.D.University of MassachusettsAmherst1989
M.S.Iowa State UniversityAmes1986
B.S.University of IllinoisChampaign1983
Post-doctoral Experience
Honors and Awards
Georgia Research Alliance Eminent Scholar (1999), Editorial Board for Stem Cells, Mol. Reprod. and Dev. and J. of An. Reprod. (2004-07), Ad hoc study section reviewer for USDA NRI 1998-2007, NIH- NCRR (1999,07). NIH-DEV I (2004) and NIH Neurogenesis and cell fate (2005-2006) (6) NIH special emphasis including stem cell translational grants (2005-07). Univ. of Georgia inventor of the year (2005) reviewer for; Lancet, Stem Cells, Developmental Biology, Nature Genetics, Mol. Cell Biol.
Research Interests
Representative Publications
Wilson PG. and Stice S. 2006. Development and differentiation of neural rosettes derived from human embryonic stem cells. 2006. Stem Cell Reviews. 2:67-78.

Tibbitts, D. Rao, RR, Shin, S., West, FD and SL Stice. 2006. Uniform adherent neural progenitor populations from rhesus embryonic stem cells. Stem Cells and Development. 15:200-8.

Stice, SL, Boyd NL, Dhara SK, Gerwe BA, Machacek, DW, Shin S. Human embryonic stem cells: challenges and opportunities Reproduction, 2006. Fertility and Development 18(8) 839846.

McCloskey K.E., Stice, S.L., and R.M. Nerem. 2006. In vitro derivation and expansion of endothelial cells from embryonic stem cells. Methods Mol Biol. 330:287-301.

Bosch, P., Fouletier-Dilling, C.M., Davis, A.R., Olmsted-Davis, E.A S.L. Stice, 2006. Efficient adenoviral-mediated gene delivery into porcine mesenchymal stem cells. Mol Reprod Dev. 73(11):1393-403.
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