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Learn about upcoming and past events supported by the Center for Advanced Regenerative Engineering.

Upcoming Events

June 17-19, 2020 The 18th Annual Wound HSI Conference will be held in New York City. It is designed to give participants the opportunity to network, engage in hands-on problem solving, and learn about cutting-edge technologies and clinical approaches.

Past Events

April 23, 2019 The Center for Advanced Regenerative Engineering will host Yonghui Ding who will discuss his work in the design and manufacturing of hydrogels for engineering vascular tissue models.
April 3-6, 2019 CARE is a Gold sponsor for this event. The 2019 Society For Biomaterials annual meeting will be a “pinnacle” of biomaterials innovation and excellence to educate, learn, and collaborate across various scientific disciplines including materials science, biology, engineering and medicine for improving human health.
MARCH 24-25, 2019   The Center for Advanced Regenerative Engineering is a President's Circle Sponsor at this year's AIMBE annual conference. This conference is the only Biomedical Engineering Conference combining scientific lectures with public policy discussions.
NOVEMBER 25-30, 2018   CARE was a key sponsor to this event.  This forum provided a window into the future of materials science, and offered an opportunity for researchers—from students and postdoctoral fellows, to Nobel and Kavli Prize Laureates—to exchange technical information and network with colleagues.
OCTOBER 27-28, 2018   Guillermo Ameer Co-Chaired this year's Regenerative Engineering Society's symposium at the AIChE annual event. This event covered a range of topics on regenerative engineering including Urological, Soft Tissue, Musculoskeletal, and Cardiovascular regenerative engineering. View Event Flyer

May 31, 2018  Guillermo Ameer launched his new research center, The Center for Advanced Regenerative Engineering (CARE). CARE’s inaugural symposium embraced the center’s goals and collaborative spirit by examining the convergence of engineering, life sciences, and translational medicine to transform patient care. More than 200 attendees, including graduate students, post-docs, physicians, faculty from the life sciences and engineering, and industry representatives heard from leaders in research areas foundational to regenerative engineering.
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April 11-14, 2018  CARE sponsored this event which acted as a “nexus” to further opportunities for collaboration across diverse scientific disciplines, from biology and material science, to chemistry, physics, medicine and engineering. This interdisciplinary gathering was a critical pathway to identifying issues with current technologies, and for translating academic research to clinical practice.
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