The Training in Regenerative Medicine program is an NIH-funded institutional training grant (T32 EB028092) from the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering that provides support for up to 3 postdoctoral fellows.

This program is designed to develop highly trained individuals who can produce impactful interdisciplinary research in regenerative medicine.

Breakthroughs in various bioengineering and stem cell technologies over the past decade have provided unprecedented opportunities for the development of new regenerative technologies, yet there is a lack of individuals who have received formal interdisciplinary training. This program will be used to develop an integrated training structure that provides a unique, multidisciplinary experience for postdoctoral fellows in one of four research areas.

Development in the context of regeneration

Biomaterials for cell and tissue engineering

Cell fate engineering

Molecules, genes, and cells as regenerative therapeutics

Learn more about our mentors, the training plan, eligibility requirements and application process, our current trainees, and program governance.

Farsh Guilak, PhD, CRM Co-Director and the Mildred B. Simon Research Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, serves as the program director.