2024 Regenerative Medicine Essentials
June 11-13, 2024  - Winston-Salem, NC

Registration is
now open! RME 2024 Registration Fees: Standard "Live" Registration - $485 Professional, $315 Student. Standard "Virtual" Registration - $225 Professional, $125 Student. Early Bird (March 1, 2024 to April 15, 2024) 15% discount for both "Live" and "Virtual" Registrations.
The 2024 RME course will be held live at the Wake Forest Institute Bowman Gray Medical Education Center, Winston-Salem, North Carolina. RME 2024 is offered in a hybrid format with virtual attendance available during the event with capabilities to engage with speakers during panels. Following the live event, virtually registered attendees can continue to access meeting content from July 1, 2024 to October 1, 2024.
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The Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine (WFIRM) has announced that the 11th annual Regenerative Medicine Essentials Course will again be held in Winston-Salem, North Carolina with both hybrid and in-person options. RME is the official course of the Regenerative Medicine Foundation.

The immersive course is designed for clinicians, researchers, technicians, students, industry, investors, government representatives, patient advocates and organizations from national and international communities. This year marks a decade of offering this unique course to be delivered once again in live format at Wake Forest locations in the Innovation Quarter in Downtown Winston-Salem, ranked among the Top 50 Research Programs in the nation.

The RME 2024 meeting brings together WFIRM's prominent, world-class experts and international world experts. Organized as an educational and scientific meeting, the purpose is to promote the participation and education of all stakeholders, providing attendees who join from across the globe, a firm foundation coupled with the "roadmap forward" for this exciting field.

Course Directors: Anthony Atala, MD, Director, Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine Course Co-Directors: Joan Schanck, MPA, Chief Education Program Officer, Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine

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