Publications that describe the field of Regenerative Rehabilitation, as well as opportunities and future needs.
Research in this new and innovative field combines discoveries in tissue engineering and cellular therapies with rehabilitative treatments in order to improve functional outcomes for patients.
Research in this area focuses on stem cell and tissue engineering methods that restore, maintain, or improve damaged tissues and organs.
Research in this area focuses on cellular and tissue responses to mechanical loading and biophysical stimuli, as well as on measures of functional outcomes.
Research in this area focuses on biomarker identification for assessing health status and response to treatment in order to predict outcomes and to optimize therapeutic protocols.
Technology plays an important role in modeling and quantifying the direct effect of stimuli on cell behavior. In particular, for researchers in the field of Regenerative Rehabilitation, it will be important to monitor the mechanistic effects of physical forces on stem cell fate and function, and to be able to accurately assess the effects of different types of mechanical forces experienced by stem cells in vivo as well as ex vivo for therapeutic purposes. AR3T supports technology development for this purpose.
Field of research that focuses on restoring normal human function by replacing, engineering or regenerating human cells, tissues and organs.