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Alliance for Regenerative Rehabilitation Research and Training
Rehabilitative and Regenerative Medicine Advanced Training Course
June 6‐10, 2016
Pittsburgh, PA
This is a week‐long immersive experience ranging from lectures to discussion sessions to hands‐on laboratory research for graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and young faculty.  Course Directors:  Gerald Schatten, PhD, Fabrisia Ambrosio, PhD, MPT, and Michael Boninger, MD.
Dr. Donald IngberPioneer Award Lecturer: Dr. Donald Ingber, Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University, Boston, MA. "Biologically Inspired Engineering: from human organs-on-chips to programmable nanotechnologies."
International Consortium for Regenerative Rehabiliation
Symposium on Regenerative Rehabilitation
Endorsed by TERMIS

Keynote & PlenarySpeakers:
Mark H. Tuszynski, MD, PhD (UC San Diego)

Ravi Bellamkonda, PhD (Georgia Tech)

Robert E. Guldberg, PhD (Georgia Tech)

Christine Mummery, PhD (Leiden University Medical Center)

Poster & Travel Awards are Available!

Learn more about this Symposium and the emerging field of regenerative rehabilitation.

Other News

New Consortium Member!
Welcome Indiana University School of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences to the International Consortium for Regenerative Rehabilitation.

Dr. Michael Boninger Dr. Mike Boninger, AR3T Principal Investigator, will be a presenter at “Rehabilitation Research at NIH: moving the field forward”. The conference will be held in May and is free and open to anyone.

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Of Special Interest

Developmental Dynamics
Special Issue: Mechanisms of Morphogenesis March 2016

Check out the recent Special Issue of Developmental Dynamics, which focuses on the mechanisms of morphogenesis! Claudia Vasquez and Adam Martin, from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, review molecular mechanisms responsible for force generation which, along with mechanical signals, influence cell survival and cell fate. Ilea Swinehart and Stephen Badylak, from the University of Pittsburgh, compare extracellular matrix bioscaffold-induced constructive remodeling with normal tissue morphogenesis.

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