The Regenerative Engineering and Medicine Center is a partnership with Georgia Tech, Emory University, and the University of Georgia Tech that supports and facilitates inter-institutional collaborations in research leading in the broad area of Regenerative Medicine. Since 2010, competitive peer-reviewed seed grants are awarded annually for groups with representation from at least two of the three institutions towards facilitating collaborations which will lead to extra-mural funding.
This year’s theme for the RFA for seed grants will be with an emphasis on entrepreneurial activities that bring promising technologies for drug development and drug delivery into clinical studies. The morning session will feature reports from existing seed grant awardees. The afternoon session will feature speakers from GRA, Portal Innovations, and local Emory University, Georgia Tech, and University of Georgia entrepreneurs.
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“Bringing New Medicine and Medical Technology to Georgians” Collaborative Grant Program
Seed grant funding to stimulate new, collaborative research in regenerative medicine among Georgia Tech, Emory University, and University of Georgia investigators. The collaborative grant team must have a minimum of two investigators and must have an equal partnership of faculty from two of the participating institutions.
Submission Deadline: July 1, 2022
Accelerate therapeutic delivery innovation and translation to treat disease. REM’s initiative will achieve this goal, which will position Georgia as a leading innovation hub in this intellectual space and benefit Georgia’s knowledge economy, by fostering interdisciplinary and multi-institutional collaborations and supporting research ranging from fundamental to translational to positively impact human health.
To fundamentally transform the treatment of human diseases and injuries through the development and delivery of molecular and biological therapeutics that will that enhance the body’s ability to heal itself.
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