Steve Stice is a Georgia Research Alliance Eminent Scholar, D.W. Brooks Distinguished Professor, and Director of the Regenerative Bioscience Center at the University of Georgia. He is a leading innovator, and holds 16 patents, in the areas of stem cells and cloning. Steve is a co-founder of five biotechnology companies, including ArunA Biomedical, where he currently serves as Chief Scientific Officer. ArunA, a regenerative medicine tools company, was the first company to commercialize a product derived from human pluripotent stem cells. In recognition of his countless contributions to the life sciences industry, Stice will receive the Georgia Bio Industry Growth Award later this month at the 2017 Georgia Bio Awards Dinner. Read More.