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Minnesotans are developing ways to replace, restore, or regenerate cells, tissues, and organs to help people all over the world return to better health.

 

In 2014, the Minnesota State Legislature allocated 10 years of funding for research, education, patient care, and business development initiatives that improve or increase access to regenerative medicine throughout the state.

Our Objectives
Scientific

Support Minnesota research that has the potential to translate into clinical advances in regenerative medicine. View scientific grants awarded

Commercial

Develop Minnesota businesses and infrastructure to deliver regenerative medicine products and services.

Educational

Educate, recruit and retain a regenerative medicine workforce in Minnesota. Educate Minnesotans about therapies.

Clinical

Advance regenerative medicine therapies to the clinic.

What's going on Up North

Biobusiness creating equipment to support regenerative medicine researchers.

Education programs offering a comprehensive pipeline that encourages Native Americans to pursue science, research, and regenerative medicine careers.

What's going on in Lake Country?

Looming retirements and increasing needs in the health and human services workforce require new and innovative recruitment and outreach strategies. With the growing and increased need for healthcare workers, SCRUBS camps offers and opportunity to educate students on possible career options. The camp is designed to provide opportunities for underrepresented middle and high school students within Central MN to explore healthcare and human services related careers.

What's going on in the Twin Cities?

Discovery science, and translational research  projects in process at the University of Minnesota. Grant applications available for new research available each year.

Developing labs, equipment and cell processes to support regenerative medicine research and future therapies.

Educate, recruit and retain a regenerative medicine workforce in Minnesota. Educate Minnesotans about therapies.

What's going on in Rochester and the South?

Discovery science, and translational research  projects, a Phase I and a Phase II clinical trial at Mayo Clinic. Grant applications available for new research available each year.

Developing labs, equipment and cell processes to support regenerative medicine research and future therapies.

Educate, recruit and retain a regenerative medicine workforce in Minnesota. Educate Minnesotans about therapies.