Save the date! The Symposium on Regenerative Engineering and Translational Ecosystem will take place on October 7, 2022 at the Centre Hills Country Club: 153 Country Club Rd, State College, PA 16801.
Registration is closed due to maximum capacity. If you are still interested in attending the event, please email Jennifer Graham at firstname.lastname@example.org to be placed on a waiting list.
The Center for Regenerative Engineering and Translational Ecosystem (CREATE) invites you to join our first symposium, where academic pioneers, clinicians, and industrial leaders in the field of regenerative engineering will discuss how trans-disciplinary convergence will transform regenerative engineering research, workforce training, and patient care.
Registration for this event is free but required. Breakfast and lunch will be included as a part of your registration (at no charge). Limited free transportation between University Park and the venue will be available in the morning and afternoon.
Regenerative Engineering is a new field defined as the convergence of advanced material sciences, stem cell sciences, physics, developmental biology, and clinical translation for engineering complex tissues and organ systems. The Penn State Center for Regenerative Engineering and Translational Ecosystem Program (CREATE) was created in response to the pressing need for a centralized program to strengthen interactions across the campuses and organize trans-disciplinary expertise to tackle grand medical challenges in regenerative engineering. The initial focus is on the regeneration of a total human face and the various constituent tissues including skin, blood vessel, nerve, adipose, muscle, ligament, bone, and cartilage.
If you have any further questions regarding the symposium, please contact Camelia Kantor. For inquiries specifically related to logistics, including lodging and travel, please contact Jennifer Graham.
Funding for this symposium was provided by Penn State's Huck Institutes of the Life Sciences and the Penn State College of Engineering.
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