RBC Fellows Program

Empowering Students

The program is sponsored and administered by the Regenerative Bioscience Center at the University of Georgia. The Fellows Program incorporates faculty from the Departments of Animal and Dairy Sciences, Engineering, and Veterinary Medicine, as well as faculty from Georgia Tech and Emory University.

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2017 RBC Undergraduate Symposium

RBC Fellows 2017
The Regenerative Bioscience Center (RBC) based in Athens, Georgia at the University of Georgia, serves as a vehicle for stimulating growth and productivity of diverse collaborative research efforts amongst the work of veterinarians, toxicologists, biochemists, medicinal chemists and pharmacologists. Through experimentation and analysis, our primary goals are to bridge the gap between basic science and clinical medicine, moving translation research from laboratory science into real therapies and treatments. As a collaborative translational research team we do more — by adding ideas, questions and new experiments and discoveries not yet discovered by traditional basic research. More: About the RBC
An exciting experience for any UGA undergraduate seeking direct experience working with faculty, conducting research that leads to new discoveries, treatments, and new cures for the devastating diseases that touch all of our lives. The framework of the concentration takes advantage of faculty strength in both the Animal and Dairy Sciences, Biochemistry, Engineering and Veterinary Medicine within a multi-campus infrastructure.
As a student you will gain research experience under the mentorship of internationally recognized academic scientists, graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, and industrial collaborators. Thus, our students will be uniquely positioned to apply for graduate and professional schools with the opportunity to have a very strong foundation on which to build a successful career.
The course will require approximately 10 - 15hrs a week.
Research conducted for 4960 / 4960H credits
Please visit for UGA Bulletin for more details: http://www.bulletin.uga.edu/CoursesHome.aspx
NOTE: Please check registration deadlines on previous tab. Students must have a minimum 3.0 GPA for acceptance into the program
First find a mentor. A list of RBC Faculty mentors and their research interests. VIEW
Complete the RBC Fellows Program online application form. APPLY NOW
2018 RBC Fellows Symposium, April 13th, Paul D. Coverdell Ctr, 1-5pm
Call for Participation (deadline 3/9) Sign-up
Upload Abstract Information (deadline 3/28). Upload (only if you rec'd letter of acceptance)
RBC undergraduates

UGA RBC Undergraduate Summer Experience

"This summer, I had the opportunity to travel to Peru with 22 other Spanish-speaking, pre-med students. We interned at six different hospitals around Trujillo, which is the third largest city in Peru. I participated in rotations in obstetrics/gynecology, oncology, emergency medicine, pediatrics, dentistry, and general medicine. A few of my experiences include...►Read More

RBC undergraduates

24 undergraduate Fellows present research at first RBC symposium

"I am so incredibly glad to have had the opportunity to attend and present in the first symposium," said Kayla Hargrove, a student in the lab of faculty member Franklin West. "Coming together with peers is an integral part of the research experience."

To date over 50 students have enrolled as RBC Fellows. At the symposium, 24 selected students presented their work in either a poster or oral presentation.

Topics presented this year included...►Read More