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Thematic Working Interest Groups (TWIGs)

Organizational Meetings Information


Plenary Speakers Announced

Dr. Samuel Stupp

Dr. George V. Ludwig

Dr. Kiran Masunuru




Important Dates:



Promotional Material:

Call for Abstracts Announcements: 4:3 | Widescreen

 






2017 Sponsors:

Gold

Burroughs Wellcome Fund


Silver

Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine (WFIRM)


Bronze

CELLINK

McGowan Institute of Regenerative Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh (MIRM)

PeproTech, Inc.

Tissue Source, LLC


Business Plan Competition Sponsor

BioLife Solutions


Pre-Conference Workshop Sponsor - Imaging and Assessment of Engineered Tissues

Perimed

MOLECUBES

O2M Technologies







2017 Exhibitors:

Advanced BioMatrix

Advanced Solutions Life Sciences

Allevi

Aptus Bioreactors

Aspect Biosystems Ltd.

Biomomentum Inc.

BioSpherix Medical

CELLINK

CellScale Biomaterials Testing

Evonik Corporation

Flexcell International Corporation

The Geneva Foundation

HypOxygen

International Institute for the Advancement of Medicine / IIAM

IOP Publishing

JPK Instruments AG

Kuraray Co. Ltd

LifeCore Biomedical

Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.

McGowan Institute for Regnerative Medicine at the Univeristy of Pittsburgh

MOLECUBES

Moor Instruments, Inc.

Nanoscience Instruments

NanoScribe GmbH

Nitta Gelatin

North Carolina Biotech Center

PeproTech Inc.

Perimed Inc.

Rees Scientific

Rheolution Inc.

ROKIT, Inc.

SERVA Electrophoresis GmbH

STEMCELL Technologies Inc.

Tissue Source, LLC

TissueByNet

University of Alberta / Banff Foundation for Allograft Pathology

Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine

 







Organized By:

TERMIS-AM Meeting is organized by the
Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine International Society.

2017 TERMIS-AM Student Grant Application

Please fill out the form below to apply for a Student Scientist Award.

The deadline to apply for the Student Scientist Award is November 13, 2017.

The Scientist Award will each cover the cost of early registration for students ($400-$1,000 USD).  There will be an ample number of awards to be issued.  

Student awardees will be selected based on a review of applications by members of the SYIS Council and of the Scientific Advisory Committee. Scientist Awards are meant to provide financial assistance to students who are making podium or poster presentations, which will be confirmed before their award will be disbursed. Awards will be provided both to Graduate and Undergraduate students, and prioritize those who are the first and presenting author of an abstract. 
If you have any questions regarding the Student Scientist Award submission process, please contact swilburn@termis.org.

*The awards will be dispersed based on the availability of funds.

Student Travel Grant Application Form