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Advancing regenerative medicine through excellence in research and training.

Postbaccalaureate program launched (Links to an external site)

Together with the Department of Developmental Biology, we are thrilled to announce the official launch of our postbaccalaureate program. This is a 2-year, fully-funded program designed to provide recent graduates with immersive research opportunities and additional professional development. Applications are open until March 31, 2021. See https://sites.wustl.edu/devbioregenmedpostbacc/ for full details.
Early Career Kidney Disease & Regenerative Medicine Seed Grants Awarded

Early Career Kidney Disease & Regenerative Medicine Seed Grants Awarded

Drs. Jeannine Basta (Nephrology) and Brian Wong (Surgery) were awarded our Early Career Kidney Disease & Regenerative Medicine Seed Grants, which were offered in collaboration with the Division of Nephrology. Dr. Basta will work on the role of SWI/SNF component Brg1 in chromatin regulation of proximal tubule cells after AKI and Dr. Wong will focus […]
New Director of HCTO Named

New Director of HCTO Named

We are pleased to announce the hiring of Kuo-Chan Weng, PhD, as the new Director of our Human Cells, Tissues, and Organoids Core. KC brings 10 years of experience working with human pluripotent stem cells. We are grateful to our former Director, Mariana Beltcheva, PhD, for many years of dedicated service.

Research

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 and recreate these processes ex vivo.

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Training

Regenerative medicine faculty are mentors for PhD students from several programs in the Division of Biology and Biomedical Sciences. Our center also provides postdoctoral training:

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Postdoctoral Fellowships »

Postbaccalaureate Program »

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