The science of what is. The hope of what could be.

Advancing regenerative medicine through excellence in research and training.

CRM reaches 100 members!

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 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.
FGFR Syndromes virtual symposium planned

FGFR Syndromes virtual symposium planned

A virtual symposium on FGFR syndromes is planned for March 17-18, 2022. Dave Ornitz, who is a member of the Born a Hero Medical Advisory Board, will be presenting.

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:

Postdoc Training Grant (T32) »

Postdoctoral Fellowships »

Postbaccalaureate Program »

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HPSC WIP

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