Into the Lab Workshops
The Regenerative Medicine Essentials Summer course also offers pre- and post-course workshops. Our “Into the Lab” workshops provide hands-on interaction and demonstrations using cutting-edge technologies and techniques for regenerative medicine applications. Participants have an opportunity to review and interact with these technologies and leading researchers at the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine (WFIRM). Workshops are also designed to provide translational and commercial insight regarding these technologies and will highlight some of the current challenges and discuss potential approaches to overcome technical hurdles.
Pre- and Post-Course Workshop Registrations
Registration for the pre- and post-course workshops is not included in the Regenerative Medicine Essentials Summer Course registration. Registration is $125 per workshop and is limited to 15 participants for each workshop. Workshop registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. You must be a Regenerative Medicine Essentials Course attendee to register for the workshops. A discount of $50.00 is available for two workshop registrations.
Registration for the workshops is separate from registration for the Regenerative Medicine Essentials Course.
Past workshops included:
- "Regenerative Medicine Enabling Technologies: Organoid/Body-on-a-Chip Engineering (w/ microfluidics, hydrogels, ECM and cell components)" with Sean Murphy, PhD, & Aleksander Skardal, PhD, WFIRM
- "From Concept to Clinic: Introduction to Translation in Regenerative Medicine" with Julie Allickson, PhD, WFIRM "3D Bioprinting Basics for Regenerative Medicine" with John Jackson, PhD, Sang Jin Lee, PhD, and James Yoo, MD, PhD, WFIRM with the Center for Engineering Complex Tissues (CECT)
- "3D Bioprinting Basics for Regenerative Medicine" with John Jackson, PhD, Sang Jin Lee, PhD, James Yoo, MD, PhD, WFIRM with the Center for Engineering Complex Tissues (CECT); Anthony Melchiorri, PhD, Rice University, Biomaterials Lab; and Bhushan Mahadik, PhD, University of Maryland, asst. director, NIH Center for Engineering Complex Tissues.
Workshop Location and Visitor Information
These workshops are held at the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine (WFIRM), located in the Richard H. Dean Building, 391 Technology Way, Winston Salem, North Carolina. The workshop and RME course site are within walking distance. However, a shuttle service will be provided.
Please note: Cameras and photos are not permitted during the workshops.