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The Mayo Clinic Career Awareness in Regenerative Medicine, Science, and Engineering Program

 

Education Grant Recipient: Mark Wehde, MS, MBA
Grant Period: 2019-2020
Award Value: $19,875
Site: Mayo Clinic

Project Summary: The goal of this proposal is to support the implementation of a one‐day career awareness program open to educators of Minnesota junior and senior high school students to provide awareness of careers in regenerative medicine and STEM. The 2019 program will focus on engineering, and specifically on how additive manufacturing (or 3D printing) is used to support tissue engineering, medical device development, and pre‐surgical planning.

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Bois Forte Band of Chippewa, Nett Lake Elementary School

Education Grant Recipient: Anna Wirta Kosobuski, PhD
Grant Period: 2019-2020
Award Value: $20,000
Site: Nett Lake Elementary School

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Innovators of the Future: Community-based Science Programs

Education Grant Recipient: Anna Wirta Kosobuski, PhD, Innovators of the Future: Community-based Science Programs
Grant Period: 2019-2020
Award Value: $72,320
Sites: Multiple

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Bois Forte Band of Chippewa - Nett Lake Elementary School

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Graduate and postdoctoral training in regenerative T cell immunotherapy and CART cell therapy

 

Education Grant Recipient: Rosalie Sterner, MD/PhD Candidate
Grant Period: 2019-2020
Award Value: $75,000
Site: Mayo Clinic

Project Summary: The goals of this proposal are: 1) improve Minnesotan graduate (PhD, MD‐PhD) student and post‐doctoral trainee knowledge in the foundations of regenerative immunotherapy, and 2) interest Minnesotan graduate students and post‐doctoral trainees in careers related to regenerative immunotherapy and medicine.

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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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