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Regenerative Engineering Training Program (RE-Training)

The Regenerative Engineering Training Program, offered to students currently enrolled in the Biomedical Engineering PhD program or the Medical Scientist Training Program (MSTP), and who have completed the first year of the PhD program at Northwestern, is a convergence research predoctoral training program funded by the National Institutes of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering through grant T32-EB031527.

Over the course of two years, and with the support of a three-member mentor team, students work in clinical settings and industrial laboratories and undertake internships tailored to their thesis work, making the RE-Training program unique among all T32s. Only one of two NIH-funded training programs in the field of regenerative engineering, RE-Training welcomed its first cohort of four talented students in fall of 2021. Applications for the Fall 2023 Cohort are now open.


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