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Save the date for the 6th Annual International Symposium on Regenerative Rehabilitation, co-hosted by the University of Pittsburgh and Kyoto University! This Symposium will offer cutting-edge presentations, lively discussions, networking opportunities, interactive poster sessions and workshops that will educate, inspire, and unite, with the goal of moving the field of Regenerative Rehabilitation forward.

Regenerative Rehabilitation Research Resources
AR3T is an NIH-funded Regenerative Rehabilitation resource center with twenty-three laboratories around the country that specialize in cellular therapeutics and tissue engineering, mechanotransductive methods including rehabilitation mechanisms, and mechanosensitive biomarkers. Have questions?  Contact ar3t@pitt.edu
 
Consult with an Expert!
Support is available to regenerative medicine and rehabilitative research investigators at all career stages. Want advice about how to add a regenerative medicine component to your rehabilitation study?  Or how to add a rehabilitation aim to your regenerative medicine research program? Would you like to collaborate with one of AR3T's researchers? Contact us to request a consult
Sabbatical Opportunities!
Expand your research by learning a new technique with one of AR3T's sabbatical opportunities.  Apply for a one-week to three-month research experience in any one of the twenty-three laboratories! Stipends are provided to support travel expenses.  Deadline for next round: May 8, 2017

Regenerative Rehabilitation Educational Resources

 

Check out the Educational Resources page in order to find lists of publications related to topics such as Cellular Therapeutics/Tissue Engineering, Mechanotransduction, Rehabilitation and Mechanosensitive Biomarkers, Cutting-Edge Technology, and including background publications on Regenerative Rehabilitation and Regenerative Medicine.  



AR3T has an archive of Regenerative Rehabilitation webinars on our website that provide you access to lectures by leading researchers in the field! Recent additions include excellent talks given at the 5th Annual Symposium on Regenerative Rehabilitation, ranging from foundational presentations on regenerative medicine and mechanobiology to cutting-edge research on spinal cord injury and neural stem cells.

Faculty Position-Regenerative Rehabilitation 
 
UNLV Department of Physical Therapy has 3 tenure track faculty positions available.  They are looking for candidates at the level of Assistant/Associate Professor with a successful record of scholarly activities, preferably in rehabilitation sciences. *Regenerative Rehabilitation is one of the identified areas of expertise*  

National Rehabilitation Research Network News
 
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Check out the Medical Rehabilitation Research Resource Network (MR3 Network) website, which lists training, funding, and consultation opportunities, as well as tools and resources, for rehabilitation researchers. Their most recent newsletter can be found here.

Get social with us!
Follow AR3T on YouTube Facebook, and Twitter, and keep up with the latest in regenerative rehabilitation research and opportunities! 

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