Mission Scholarship Alumni Conducts Nerve Regeneration Research at UMaine

by | Jan 28, 2019 | Maine Seacoast Mission, News, Scholarships

UMaine GSBSE doctoral student Nicklaus Carter works on innovative research that could provide a solution to peripheral nerve regeneration with the use of nanocellulose materials. (Photo courtesy UMaine.)

BAR HARBOR, ME — Terri Rodick spotted this good news about former Mission scholarship alumni Nicklaus Carter. Mr. Carter was awarded Mission Scholarships 2011 – 2015. Today he is a doctoral student in University of Maine’s Graduate School of Biomedical Science, “turning forest biproduct into innovative medical research.”

“Carter has found that conduit-treated peripheral nerve injuries regenerated nearly four times faster than those not treated. He hopes his findings will advance future peripheral nerve regeneration,” said UMaine Media Contact Christel Peters.

Learn more about Mission Scholarship recipient Nicklaus Carter’s nanocellulose research.

Learn more about Mission Scholarships. Applications for 2019 now available.

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