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Current Awards

These are currently funded research projects

Development of a Cellular Therapy for Parkinson's Disease

Biobusiness Grant Recipient: Timothy D. O'Brien, DVM, PhD
Grant Period: 2018-2019
Award Value: $100,000
Site: Superior Organoid Technologies

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Medical Student Summer Research Program in Regenerative Medicine – Bridge to T35

Education Grant Recipient: Troy C. Lund, MD, PhD, University of Minnesota
Grant Period: 2018-2019
Award Value: $71,571
Sites: University of Minnesota Twin Cities

Project Summary: We are training the next generation of Minnesota physicians to be skilled researchers. Year 1 Medical students will be immersed in outstanding laboratories at the University of Minnesota involved with research in Regenerative Medicine. The students will be followed through their careers, and the impact of this educational program on their future research activities will be assessed.

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Advancing Regenerative Medicine

Education Grant Recipient: Todd A. Reinhart, ScD, Saint Mary University of Minnesota
Grant Period: 2018-2019
Award Value: $49,202
Sites: Saint Mary University of Minnesota, Winona

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Minnesota Regenerative Medicine Education and Outreach Program (MRMEOP)

Education Grant Recipient: Randy S. Daughters, PhD, Macalester College
Grant Period: 2018-2019
Award Value: $75,000
Sites: Macalester College and others

Project Summary: The mission of the Minnesota Regenerative Medicine Education and Outreach Program (MRMEOP) is to facilitate the understanding and integration of foundational concepts in regenerative medicine for underrepresented students and members of the community through expansion of educational, training, and career opportunities in Minnesota.

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Innovators of the Future: Community Based Science Program, Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior Chippewa

Education Grant Recipient: Anna Wirta Kosobuski, EdD
Grant Period: 2018-2019
Award Value: $15,000
Site: Oshki Ogimaag Community School

Project Summary: Encourage Native American youth to achieve high school graduation and pursue post-­secondary education in order to secure a future career in regenerative medicine-focused biomedical science, research or health profession. This will be accomplished by increasing confidence and comfort regarding science and math and increasing awareness of K-­6th grade Native American youth regarding advanced education and careers in biomedical science and research.

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Innovators of the Future: Community Based Science Program, Bois Forte Band of Chippewa

Education Grant Recipient: Anna Wirta Kosobuski, EdD
Grant Period: 2018-2019
Award Value: $15,000
Site: Nett Lake Elementary School

Project Summary: Encourage Native American youth to achieve high school graduation and pursue post-­secondary education in order to secure a future career in regenerative medicine-focused biomedical science, research or health profession. This will be accomplished by increasing confidence and comfort regarding science and math and increasing awareness of K-­6th grade Native American youth regarding advanced education and careers in biomedical science and research.

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Neuroscience Lesson Development - 3D Printing and Advanced Robotic Solutions LLC d/b/a 3D PARS

 

Education Grant Recipient: Mauris DeSilva, PhD
Grant Period: 2018-2019
Award Value: $15,000
Site: 3D Printing and Advanced Robotic Solutions LLC d/b/a 3D PARS

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