JoVE Methods Collection is looking for new articles for their special issue titled “Novel Frontiers in Animal Models of Mechanotherapies”. Abstract submission deadline is July 13, 2020. Click here for more [...]
New this year are diversity grants for the 2020 Symposium on Regenerative Rehabilitation! Applications are now being accepted. Learn more!
The International Consortium for Regenerative Rehabilitation has a new publication out that summarizes the state of the science, steps being taken to establish this new and interdisciplinary field, and implications [...]
Applications are now being accepted for a post-doctoral fellowship in Regenerative Rehabilitation in the Spinal Cord Injury Research Department at Kessler Foundation in collaboration with Rutgers New Jersey Medical [...]
https://youtu.be/71otFPjzzOg Pre-Symposium Workshop at the 8th Annual International Symposium on Regenerative Rehabilitation Presented by Dr. Rosemarie Hunziker, former Program Director for NIBIB, this helpful workshop is now available [...]
CORRT has a new webinar available for viewing on the topic of informatics for rehabilitation scientists, presented by Philip R.O. Payne, PhD, FACMI, from the Institute for Informatics, Washington [...]
AR3T PIs, Drs. Fabrisia Ambrosio and Michael Boninger, were interviewed for PT in Motion's cover story, "PTs on Rehab's Leading Edge", which highlighted both AR3T and the field of Regenerative [...]
AR3T interviewed Dr. Hirotaka Iijima, from Keio University, to learn about the development of his international collaboration in the field of Regenerative Rehabilitation. Read it here!
Read the recent publication by AR3T investigator, Dr. Christopher Evans (Mayo), and colleagues on "Regenerative Rehabilitation: the role of mechanotransduction in orthopaedic regenerative medicine". READ ARTICLE
Regenerative Medicine Innovation Project Webinar This new webinar provides an overview of the NIH Regenerative Medicine Innovation Project (RMIP) and describes the special conditions that apply to RMIP awards, describes [...]