Apply for a Pilot Grant! AR3T supports creative, interdisciplinary regenerative rehabilitation pilot projects. Up to $150,000 will be distributed during the 2017 funding cycle. Learn about our pilot funding program, the application process, and the review criteria. Videos-of-intent are due on Nov. 4, 2016.
Here is an example of an award-winning project's VOI, courtesy of Principal Investigators Drs. Nakayama and Huang, Palo Alto Veterans Institute for Research.
If you would like advice on an aspect of your regenerative rehabilitation research project, consult with one of our experts!
October 14-16, 2016
As future clinicians and researchers, students will particularly benefit by gaining an understanding and appreciation of the emerging field of Regenerative Rehabilitation. To encourage student participation, registration is discounted and the weekend will include a student social that will facilitate networking and collaboration. Register for the 5th Annnual Symposium on Regenerative Rehabilitation and be part of the future!
Poster Awards will be announced at the Symposium. Submit a Poster abstract now!
CME and CEU credits available
Join us at the Symposium Friday night to hear Dr. Max Gomez, CBS News Medical Correspondent, speaking on "Regenerative Medicine: The State of the Science".
See the Symposium's agenda for the entire lineup of world-renowned researchers and clinicians who will be speaking.
Check out the August 2016 issue of Current Opinion in Solid State and Materials Science 20(4), which contains several articles on "Synthesis of Materials to Influence Stem Cell Differentiation", edited by Dr. Sarah Heilshorn.
The MR3 Network, which supports NIH's six rehabilitation research resource centers, including AR3T, has put out its first newsletter. Read it here to learn about the most current news and opportunities across the six centers.
After nearly two years of planning and public input, the NIH Research Plan on Rehabilitation has been posted. Read the comprehensive plan to learn about NIH's six priority areas for rehabilitation research. Regenerative Rehabilitation is mentioned as an area of translational research that will help NIH meet its goals!