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”
Clinicians and clinical-track students networked over breakfast, sharing stories, debating treatments and brainstorming strategies.
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.
Experts in the field presented research demonstrating the effects of mechanical forces on stem cells and tissue regeneration at the 2017 ACRM meeting during our symposium, entitled The role of mechanotherapies for optimizing regenerative medicine outcomes.
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.
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.