Annual Regenerative Medicine Essentials Summer Course
7th Annual Course June 8 - 11, 2020 | Registration opens January 15, 2020



A 4-day course taught by prominent experts, RME provides attendees a foundation in this exciting field through lectures, presentations and special hands-on workshops. Often referred to as the next evolution of modern health care, regenerative medicine touches many disciplines – from clinical care and engineering to basic science and bioethics. The course covers nine major themes combining lectures, demonstrations and tours. We will also include two hands-on workshops .  The first will be held as a pre-course, ½ day workshop on June 8th and is focused on Organoid/Body-on-a-Chip Engineering (with microfluidics, hydrogels, ECM and cell components).  The second hands-on workshop is focused on 3D Bioprinting Technologies, and will be held as a post-course workshop on Friday, June 12th. 

Throughout the one-week course, taught by prominent experts, attendees gain a foundation in this exciting field. From the science behind groundbreaking discoveries to regulatory and manufacturing challenges, the course provides a comprehensive look at progress to date as well as future applications.  Providing a state-of-the-art review of various aspects of regenerative medicine, the course has been designed for a variety of professions including:

  • Clinicians
  • Researchers
  • Laboratory technicians
  • Patient advocates
  • MD, MS and PhD students
  • Advanced undergraduate students
  • Industry professionals

Announcing the 2nd Annual Art of Science Photo Art Competition

The Art of Science, Under the Surface – This Regenerative Medicine Science Photo Call for Entry is an homage to the interplay between art and science as scientists capture the stunning beauty that belies technical investigations, capturing moments of discovery as researchers strive to solve the mysteries of regeneration science in order to better understand, prevent, treat and, ultimately, cure some of the world's most relentless diseases. Entries must be original works of photography.  No matter if your original image was shot with Microscope USB Camera or a Digital SLR, if the resulting image is a striking Black and White, Sepia toned, or color photography, it is all welcome.