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Symposium on Regenerative Rehabilitation
Travel awards & Poster applications are available now!
Highlighted Symposium sessions and speakers for this month include:

Session: Modulators of Neural Plasticity and Regeneration
Dr. Sean Savitz
Sean I Savitz, MD
(University of Texas Medical School)
Dr. Arthur English
Arthur W English, PhD
(Emory
University)
Dr. Steven Cramer
Steven C Cramer, MD
(University of California, Irvine)
Session: Regenerative Rehabilitation Technologies
Dr. Ravi V. Bellamkonda
Ravi V. Bellamkonda, PhD
(Duke University)
Dr. Lena Ting
Lena H Ting, PhD
(Emory University)
Dr. Michael Boninger
Michael L Boninger, MD
(University of Pittsburgh)
Apply for a Pilot Grant!
Initial submissions are due Nov. 4, 2016.
AR3T is supporting pilot projects that propose creative, interdisciplinary research in the field of Regenerative Rehabilitation.  Up to $150,000 will be distributed during the 2017 funding cycle.
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Consortium News
 
 
The International Consortium on Regenerative Rehabilitation will host a pre-conference workshop at TERMIS-AM highlighting mechanobiological principles that guide the development of rehabilitation approaches, and how mechanical stimulation, via exercise, has the potential for enhancing functional outcomes of tissue engineering therapies.  Join us in San Diego on Dec. 11, 2016, from 1-4 p.m. for this pre-conference workshop on “Regenerative Rehabilitation:  Optimizing regenerative medicine outcomes through mechanotherapies”.
Spotlights
Dr. Rocky Tuan
Dr Rocky Tuan

The University of Pittsburgh’s Rocky Tuan, Ph.D., received a research award to continue his stem cell research aboard the International Space Station, a project that is expected to facilitate research on 3D models of skeletal tissues, and to further understanding of osteoporosis and other degenerative conditions. 
Dr. Nathan LeBrasseur
Dr. Nathan Lebrasseur

Mayo Clinic researchers have developed an accurate way to measure GDF11, a growth factor that is linked to aging.  Furthermore, in relation to AR3T’s specific focus, senior author and AR3T researcher, Dr. Nathan LeBrasseur, explained: “In the context of regenerative rehabilitation, GDF11 may serve as an indicator of biological age and help identify individuals that would benefit from prehabilitation and/or more robust postoperative rehabilitation to optimize outcomes. How pharmacological manipulation of GDF11 activity impacts rejuvenation of cardiac, skeletal muscle, and neurological tissues remains to be determined.”
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