Luis Rodriguez Menocal


Luis Rodriguez-Menocal has completed his Master of Science in Physics (Summa Cum Laude) University of Havana, Cuba, and Doctor of Philosophy in the Biological Sciences University of Havana, Havana, Cuba. Currently, he is Scientist from School of Medicine, Department of Dermatology & Cutaneous Surgery. (2009-to date). He authored many publications in national and international Journals. He received many awards and honors for his contribution such as American Heart Association Post-Doctoral Fellowship. Role of Dpb2, second largest subunit of polymerase epsilon in chromosomal DNA replication and cell cycle progression. Minority supplement to 5RO1AG023073 (PI, Pascal Goldmicht) Impact of Aging on Stem Cell Repair in Atherosclerosis.

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His goal is to use stem cell biology as a tool for the treatment of chronic wounds in diabetic patients, hypertrophic scar in burn patients and a variety of other disorders. He interested to elucidate how bone marrow cells can incorporate and regenerate wounded skin tissues contributing to wound healing process. Considering that bone marrow provides the cellular substrates for many organs and that bone marrow-derived progenitor cells are recruited to areas of injury or wounds. He eager to understand the dynamics of homing and recruitment of these bone marrow cells to the skin and also their potential to engraft and reconstitute skin structures in the wounded skin.

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