Our research draws on the expertise of faculty from basic science, engineering, and clinical departments to understand how to capitalize on the regenerative capabilities of the human body.
Regenerative medicine faculty are mentors for PhD students from several programs at Washington University. Our center also provides advanced Postdoctoral training and supports Post Bacc mentees:
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CRM welcomes new Executive Director Dr. Erica Scheller
Dr. Erica Scheller DDS PhD recently started as the new Executive Director of the Center of Regenerative Medicine. Dr. Scheller is an Assistant Professor from the Department of Medicine. She has been at Washington University since 2016 and currently runs her lab as part of the Division of Bone and Mineral Diseases. In her new […]
CRM celebrates faculty achievements and awards
After a two-year hiatus, faculty from the CRM gathered at the Missouri Botanical Gardens to celebrate their many accomplishments, including promotions, individual awards, and the retirement of HCTO Core Director, Mariana Beltcheva.
CRM begins search for new Executive Director
The Center of Regenerative Medicine is seeking qualified candidates to become the Executive Director of the Center of Regenerative Medicine. The successful candidate will work closely with the Center Directors and other faculty members of the Center on the Center’s vision and to administer, coordinate, and facilitate collaborative research in regenerative medicine. Duties include managing […]
CRM reaches 100 members!
The CRM recently welcomed 4 new CRM members: Tony Tsai (Developmental Biology), Yao Chen (Neuroscience), Tristan Li (Neuroscience), and Michelle Oyen (BME), bringing our member count to 100!
CRM Co-Director Elected to National Academy of Engineering
CRM Co-Director, Farsh Guilak PhD, was elected to the National Academy of Engineering for “contributions to regenerative medicine and mechanobiology and their application to the development of clinical therapies.” Election to the National Academy of Engineering is among the highest professional distinctions accorded to an engineer. Congratulations, Farsh, on this richly-deserved honor.