Bone and Muscle Interactions: the Mechanical and Beyond
AR3T’s co-director, Dr. Thomas Rando gave the keynote presentation at the Bone and Muscle Interactions: the Mechanical and Beyond meeting that was held August 16-18, 2019, at the Indiana University School of Medicine. The meeting included seven informative sessions with muscle and bone researchers dedicated to advancing the field of bone and muscle interactions.
Gordon Research Conference: Myogenesis
AR3T’s Dr. Thomas Rando (Stanford) presented at the Myogenesis Gordon Research Conference: Building, Maintaining and Regenerating Skeletal Muscle. Held June 9-14, 2019, in Italy, this conference helped to broaden knowledge on the cellular and molecular mechanisms that control skeletal muscle formation, maintenance and regeneration.
Dr. Fabrisia Ambrosio and colleagues presented a Regenerative Rehabilitation of the Nervous System workshop at the 13th International Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine World Congress in Kobe, Japan.
Association of Academic Physiatrists-2019 Annual Meeting
NINDS Spinal Cord Injury 2020 Conference
AR3T’s Michael Boninger (University of Pittsburgh) gave a Keynote speach and Linda Noble-Haeusslein (University of Texas) led a session at NINDS’ conference, “SCI 2020: Launching a Decade for Disruption in Spinal Cord Injury Research“, that was held Feb. 12-13, 2019, in Bethesda, MD. The meeting’s goal was to evaluate the state of the science, assess areas of scientific, technological and community readiness, and identify the collaborations needed to change the trajectory of research and clinical opportunities for people with SCI.
World Stem Cell Summit-Jan 22-25, 2019
The World Stem Cell Summit, which brought together leading scientists and clinicians, investors, customers, legal experts, funders, regulators and patients, was held in Miami, FL, Jan. 22-25, 2019. AR3T’s session on Regenerative Rehabilitation, on Jan. 25th, was chaired by Wenchun Qu (Mayo) and included speakers Carmen Terzic (Mayo), Thomas Rando (Stanford), Nick Willett (Emory) and Fabrisia Ambrosio (U Pittsburgh). Learn more
BSRT Symposium 2018
Berlin-Brandenburg School for Regenerative Therapies’ (BSRT’s) Symposium for Early Career Scientists was held November 28-30, 2018, in Berlin, Germany. The symposium explored failure in regeneratvie therapy research from two different perspectives: the science perspective and the scientist’s perspective. AR3T’s Dr. Fabrisia Ambrosio (University of Pittsburgh) spoke about her experience as a Regenerative Rehabilitation researcher. Learn more here.
7th Annual International Symposium on Regenerative Rehabilitation
American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine Annual Meeting-2018
NIH-funded resource centers supporting rehabilitation research? Yes-SIX! The six NIH funded resource centers attended the ACRM2018 in Dallas, TX, to provide information on how they can help optimize outcomes!
ICRR representatives presented a session at the Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine International Society (TERMIS) World Congress that was held in Kyoto, Japan, from September 4-7, 2018. This meeting served as an important teaching platform and highlighted significant advancements in the field. The topic of their session at TERMIS-World was Regenerative Rehabilitation: the key to translating tissue engineering and regenerative technologies.
2018 Military Health System Research Symposium
Jack Dienes (University of Virginia), Dr. Shang Song (Stanford University), Dr. Jarrod Call (University of Georgia) and Dr. M. Terry Loghmani (Indiana University-Indianapolis) were selected to give oral presentations on their Regenerative Rehabilitation research and received travel stipends from AR3T to attend this important meeting. Also, congratulations to Dr. Joseph Roche (Wayne State University) and Hikaru Mamiya (University of Pittsburgh) presenting a poster at this meeting.
Regenerative Medicine Advanced Training Courses
AR3T provided travel awards for researchers and clinicians to attend courses at Wake Forest, Marine Biological Laboratory and Mayo Clinic this year. Plan to attend one of these great courses in 2019!
American Society for Neural Therapy and Repair 2018
Orthopaedic Research Society Meeting 2018
AR3T hosted a Regenerative Rehabilitation workshop at the ORS meeting that included Dr. Christopher Evans (Mayo Clinic), Dr. Vaida Glatt (University of Texas Health Science Center) and Dr. Martin Stoddart (AO Research Institute Davos) as presenters in New Orleans, March 10-13, 2018.
Association of Academic Physiatrists Meeting 2018
Mike Boninger, MD, Carmen Terzic, MD, PhD, and Kentaro Onishi, DO, presented a course on Friday, Feb. 16, 2018, at the AAP meeting on “From Neuromuscular to Cardiac Regeneration: The Importance of Consorted Academic Effort in Progression of Regenerative Rehabilitation Field”
6th Annual International Symposium on Regenerative Rehabilitation
Co-hosted by the University of Pittsburgh and Kyoto University, researchers and clinicians from around the world gathered in Pittsburgh, PA for the 6th Annual International Symposium on Regenerative Rehabilitation.
2017 Clinical Special Interest Group Meeting
Clinicians and clinical-track students networked over breakfast at the 6th Annual International Symposium on Regenerative Rehabilitation in Pittsburgh, PA, Nov. 1-3, 2017, during the first Regenerative Rehabilitation Clinical Special Interest Group, sharing stories, debating treatments and brainstorming strategies.
American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine 2017
AR3T researchers presented at the European meeting of the Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine International Society, held in Davos, Switzerland from June 26-30, 2017. This meeting served as an important teaching platform and highlighted significant advancements in the field. The topic of AR3T’s session at TERMIS-EU was Regenerative Rehabilitation: modulation of the physical and mechanical microenvironment to promote tissue regeneration.
Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine International Society 2016
The pre-conference workshop on “Regenerative Rehabilitation: Optimizing regenerative medicine outcomes through mechanotherapies” at TERMIS-AM highlighted mechanobiological principles that guide the development of rehabilitation approaches, and how mechanical stimulation, via exercise, has the potential for enhancing functional outcomes of tissue engineering therapies. Hosted by The International Consortium on Regenerative Rehabilitation (ICRR).