The University of Georgia's Franklin West, an assistant professor, and Steven Stice, director of the Regenerative Bioscience Center, contacted Zoo Atlanta about the possibility of producing a bank of stem cells from two species in danger of extinction: the Sumatran tiger and the clouded leopard.
Researchers at the University of Georgia have discovered that a specific sugar molecule plays a major role in the development of colon cancer, opening the doors for the possibility of new therapeutic treatments that may help reduce chances of disease recurrence.
Jeff and Stacy Rothenberger
Jeff Rothenberger came to the University of Georgia from Chamblee High School to study accounting in the Terry College of Business from which he earned his BBA in 1981. It was during his time on campus that a lifelong commitment to the university blossomed
Tiffany Chu: working toward two degrees at UGA
Tiffany Chu is an amazing young woman who exemplies the term "best and brighest"! She is simultaneously working toward her bachelor’s and master’s degrees while offering her services to the university as a member of the Arch Society ... she does all this while carving out time to give back to the community.