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May 31 2024

Mateusz S. Wietecha, DMD, PhD, University of Illinois at Chicago

May 31, 2024

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM


1020 COMRB, Moss Auditorium

Affiliate Candidate Seminar

Healthy individuals have a tremendous ability to heal after injury, which involves complex and coordinated actions of various cell types acting across sequential healing phases in space and time. Our research aims to understand how oral wounds, which heal faster than skin wounds, optimize the healing process, and how chronic diseases like diabetes and cancer corrupt the healing process. We study such differential healing outcomes using innovative network-based analytical approaches that integrate cellular dynamics across the healing continuum in both space and time, with the goal of identifying critical signatures for improved healing and to treat chronic wounds and tumors.

Host: Emrah Er, PhD


Edgar Solis

Date posted

May 9, 2024

Date updated

May 30, 2024


Mateusz S. Wietecha | DMD, PhD | UIC