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Dawson, Lindsay individual record
Research Assistant Professor

Using the neonate and adult mouse digit as a model for mammalian bone and tissue regeneration, my research has primarily focused on the investigation of intrinsic repair mechanisms following amputation of regeneration-incompetent structures, and the identification of strategies to transition repair mechanisms associated with scar formation into a successful regeneration response.

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Academic Articles13
  • Dawson, L. A., Schanes, P. P., Dolan, C., Ketcham, P., Yu, L., Yan, M., Li, T., & Muneoka, K. (2016). Digit Regeneration in Mammals. Wilson-Rawls, J., & Kusumi, K. (Eds.), Innovations in Molecular Mechanisms and Tissue Engineering. (pp. 79-99). Springer International Publishing.
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Texas A&M University; Vet Med - Physiology & Pharmacology; 4466 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-4466