Charlene Betourney

Charlene Betourney is the marketing and development coordinator with the University of Georgia UGA Regenerative Bioscience Center.


10/26/23 - UGA to offer state’s first Ph.D. in regenerative bioscience 09/29/22 - Regenerative Bioscience team receives NIH support for TBI research 04/06/21 - ‘Brain glue’ helps repair circuitry in severe TBI 08/10/20 - Spiky COVID-19 particle no match for taste bud cells 05/09/20 - Growing back the lymph system 04/10/20 - ‘Natural killer’ cells could halt Parkinson’s progression 01/15/20 - Exosomes promote remarkable recovery in stroke 12/12/19 - From the vein to the brain: IV treatment for traumatic brain injury 09/10/19 - Existing drug could treat aggressive brain cancer 06/20/19 - Pigs help UGA scientists understand human brain 05/07/19 - Regenerative Bioscience Center Fellows Symposium highlights top students 08/24/18 - Traumatic brain injury recovery may start in UGA petri dish 02/15/18 - New stem-cell-based stroke treatment repairs damaged brain tissue 09/25/17 - The rat race is over: New livestock model for stroke could speed discovery 09/19/17 - New research consortium designed to advance human health around the world 08/29/17 - UGA researchers develop 'Brain Glue' to repair traumatic brain injuries 03/08/17 - Stem cell treatment may restore vision to patients with damaged corneas 02/02/17 - UGA joins initiative to advance biotech manufacturing in the U.S. 10/20/16 - Neurodevelopmental model of Zika may provide rapid answers 03/21/16 - UGA researchers track neural stem cells by coloring chicken eggs from the inside 08/20/15 - Developing disease-resistant poultry may be solution for multiple virus issues 05/03/15 - UGA using pig skin for neural development in humans 04/22/15 - UGA researcher works to build 'missing' bone for children suffering from HPP 02/18/15 - UGA's Regenerative Bioscience Center celebrates 10 years of collaboration and discovery 12/03/14 - UGA researchers work to develop stem cell bank for Sumatran tiger, clouded leopard 04/14/14 - Rapid toxicity test for household, industrial compounds in the works at UGA