Amid lectures and grading papers, one professor has helped engineer and test an antibody that has potential to treat the results of a multitude of vascular conditions, including pain in walking and limb necrosis associated with late-stage diabetes.
Dr. Rocco Rotello, associate professor of pharmaceutical sciences at Cedarville University, has secured a patent for his seven-year antibody research and is steadily approaching a treatment for a multitude of vascular conditions.
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Weinstein, Mark D., "Patented Antibody Brings Professor’s Research Closer to Helping Diabetics" (2018). News Releases. 698.