Regenerative Medicine Minnesota grants for Biobusiness Development and Education Programs

Regenerative Medicine Minnesota awarded $1.2 million to fund Biobusiness Development and Education Programs in the state. Programs led by several Mayo Clinic trainees or staff received one-year grants are:

Education programs – post-secondary

Rosalie Sterner, M.D./Ph.D. candidate (IMM '20, MED '20, BMS '21, MCPH '21)
Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine
"Graduate and Postdoctoral Training in Regenerative T Cell Immunotherapy and CART Cell Therapy"

Saranya Wyles, M.D., Ph.D. (CTSA '17, MED '17, I '18, MDPH '19, DERM '21)
Department of Dermatology
"Building and Retaining Next-Generation Physician Workforce in Regenerative Medicine and Surgery in Minnesota: Mission to 2025"

Education programs – K-12

Bruce Horazdovsky, Ph.D. (MBIO '02)
Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Dean of Student Affairs, Mayo Clinic Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
"Women in Science and Engineering Research to Promote Young Scientists through Community Engaged STEM Activities in Minnesota"

Created in 2014, Regenerative Medicine Minnesota is a joint venture between the University of Minnesota and Mayo Clinic, with a goal of establishing infrastructure and supporting research that would bring the benefits of regenerative medicine to the citizens of the state.

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