The mission of the RegenMed Development Organization (ReMDO) is to accelerate the discovery and translation of regenerative medicine therapies. ReMDO is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that manages a clinical translation initiative that includes thought leaders, representatives from leading US research centers, government representatives, and companies of all sizes. ReMDO conducts research to de-risk technologies and speed up the translation of regenerative medicine to clinical practice and to the global market.
ReMDO conducts research to de-risk technologies and speed up the translation of regenerative medicine to clinical practice and to the global market.Read More
With projects in advanced biomanufacturing and business incubator services, ReMDO provides a unique opportunity for academia and enterprise to join forces.Read More
ReMDO manages multiple societies and consortia of more than 60 industry and academic members that are focused on making this progress a reality.Read More
ReMDO conducts regenerative medicine research with an ultimate goal to de-risk and accelerate the transition of regenerative medicine technologies to the global market and speed up the translation to clinical practice to help make patients lives better.Know More
Regenerative Medicine Essentials Course 2023
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Regenerative Medicine Hub
One of the fastest growing intersections of biotechnology innovation and business in the nation – the Regenerative Medicine Hub – can be found in a bustling downtown where the world’s largest regenerative medicine research facility – the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine (WFIRM) – anchors the south end of the Innovation Quarter district, which is focused on research, biomedical science education, and business.(more…) LEARN MORE
Webinar: From Curriculum to Workforce: How to Bring Regenerative Medicine to Your Students
Regenerative medicine is emerging in biomedical research, clinical translation, and scaled biomanufacturing. To best prepare their students to join this workforce, community college and baccalaureate bioscience programs should review their curriculums to ensure this important field is being incorporated.
This webinar covers the following:
- Regenerative Medicine Approvals Need a Workforce – Jim DeKloe, Solano Community College
- Incorporating Gene Therapy Skills and Knowledge into Existing Courses and Programs – Margaret Bryans, Montgomery County Community College
- Immunofluorescence in the classroom – Cheryl Burrell, Forsyth Tech Community College
A panel discussion moderated by Bill Woodruff, Professor Emeritus, Biotechnology, Alamance Community College, followed these presentations to emphasize the key points and answer questions from the live webinar audience.
Learn how to put these best practices into action and improve your program.
This webinar was hosted by the RegenMed Development Organization (ReMDO) and Stem Cells Portal and supported by the National Science Foundation Advanced Technological Education Program and Bank of America.