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Humanoid Sensor Consortium logo (figure with typed words over the chest)

The Humanoid Sensor Consortium will utilize the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine’s (WFIRM) “Body-on-a-Chip” system. This system allows scientists to engineer an advanced 3D model of the human body using a system of chips and microfluidic devices, creating a structure in which to place the humanoid tissue equivalents. 

Benefits of membership include:

  • Body-on-a-chip system using bioprinted miniature human organs with microchip and biosensing technologies for drug discovery
  • State-of-the-art robotics and 3D bioprinting for multi-organ system for automation of high throughput drug screening
  • Drug library and integrated data sets using AI/machine learning capabilities to optimize predictive toxicity and efficacy models for new drug candidates
  • Digital medicine database with patient derived data for predictive preventative medicine, prognosis, and therapeutics

The Regenerative Medicine Manufacturing Society (RMMS) is the world’s first and only professional organization dedicated solely to advancing the field of regenerative medicine through manufacturing. The mission is to identify unmet needs and gaps in regenerative medicine manufacturing and catalyze the generation of new ideas and solutions by partnering with private and public stakeholders.

Benefits of membership include:

  • Access to collaboration with society members representing industry, government, academic, and non-profit organizations
  • Knowledge share on solutions created for manufacturing challenges
  • Access to advanced training programs
  • Support in your biomanufacturing initiatives

The Regenerative Medicine Innovation Consortium (RegMIC) is made of more than 60 industry and academic members that is focused on making this progress a reality.

Benefits of membership include:

  • Ability to expand investments in biomanufacturing initiatives and beyond
  • Assistance in generating standard operating procedures