Steven L. Stice, PhD, University of Georgia

Steven L. Stice, PhD
Steven L. Stice, PhD

Human stem cells have great potential for finding restoring damaged tissues throughout the body and speeding the drug discovery process. The Stice Laboratory is developing a combined approach of both the cells needed to restore the damaged area and using these cells in a Petri dish to discover new compounds to treat diseases such as Alzheimer's disease.



  1. Lu Y, West FD, Jordan BJ, Mumaw JL, Jordan ET, Gallegos-Cardenas A, Beckstead RB, Stice SL. Avian-induced pluripotent stem cells derived using human reprogramming factors. Stem Cells Dev. 2012 Feb 10;21(3):394-403.
  2. Shittu I, Zhu Z, Lu Y, Hutcheson JM, Stice SL, West FD, Donadeu M, Dungu B, Fadly AM, Zavala G, Ferguson-Noel N, Afonso CL. Development, characterization and optimization of a new suspension chicken-induced pluripotent cell line for the production of Newcastle disease vaccine. Biologicals. 2016 Jan;44(1):24-32.