Regenerative Medicine Essentials Course
Regenerative Medicine Essentials: The Fundamentals to the Future
The Regenerative Medicine Essentials course was held July 21-25, 2014 at Wake Forest Biotech Place in Winston-Salem, NC.
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. This one-week course, taught by prominent experts, provides attendees 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. Visit the links above to learn more about the Regenerative Medicine Essentials course.
provide a state-of-the-art review of regenerative medicine including background
material, key scientific components of the field, ethical, economic and other
issues important to regenerative medicine. The course integrates information,
technologies and skills from biological sciences, engineering, legal,
commercial, regulatory and ethical disciplines. Sessions address the science
behind regenerative medicine, its application to human disease and the
importance to modern society. At the end of the course, participants will have
received an enhanced foundation in the rules, regulations and ethics in the
regenerative medicine environment, routines for first-in-man clinical trials,
the practical and theoretical basis for GMP, and the ethical aspects of translational
- To provide participants relevant biological, engineering, legal, regulatory and
ethical foundation and principles to understand the emerging field of
- To become acquainted with topics from the broad spectrum that makes up
- To learn about the technology and technique available for regenerative medicine
- To springboard off this foundation into current, cutting-edge research
- To learn about the rules, regulatory process and ethics in regenerative
medicine environments and routines for clinical trials, practical and
theoretical basis for GMP
- To become familiar with the current state of affairs and successes in
manufacturing regenerative medicine products and commercialization
- Early-career Researchers
- Laboratory Technicians
- MD, MS and PhD Students
- Regenerative Medicine Companies and Vendors
Anthony Atala, MD
Director, Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine
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A special thanks to our sponsors!
The Biotechnology Center is a private, nonprofit corporation supported by the North Carolina General Assembly. Its mission is to provide long-term economic and societal benefits to North Carolina by supporting biotechnology research, business, education and strategic policy statewide. With headquarters in Research Triangle Park, it connects stakeholders and enables industry growth through offices in Winston-Salem, Asheville, Greater Charlotte, Greenville and Wilmington.