AR3T is supporting educational and training opportunities designed to foster learning for researchers as well as for rehabilitation clinicians.
AR3T is presenting at a number of meetings and symposia on the topic of regenerative rehabilitation in order to help investigators in disparate fields learn the skills and obtain the tools necessary to make the transition into this cutting-edge area of research. Furthermore, AR3T supports educational programs looking to launch entry-level investigators by providing trainees with first-hand exposure to laboratory techniques so crucial for developing the research expertise needed to be truly competitive in this fast-moving arena.
This course provides comprehensive and sophisticated training on state-of-the-art methods in bioengineering, and in cellular, molecular and genetic approaches for advancing the field of Regenerative Rehabilitation. The target audience is young and promising faculty already involved in rehabilitation and regeneration research, as well as advanced postdoctoral fellows eager to learn about the newest findings and controversies. This dynamic training course provides a series of daily lecturers on emerging concepts, followed by extended discussion, laboratory research, technologically intense workshops and informal seminars over a week-long period. The primary aim is to educate and update rehabilitation and regenerative medicine researchers on the use of stem cells and tissue engineering for mechanistic discoveries and on designing improved strategies for rehabilitation discoveries, especially in the CNS and skeletal-muscular systems.