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The Indiana Center for Regenerative Medicine and Engineering regularly contributes innovative advancements to the field of regenerative medicine. Faculty, business partners, staff and students in this center are focused on the advancement and study of regenerative medicine. Upcoming events, speaker series, and news updates from the Indiana Center for Regenerative Medicine and Engineering are posted as they become available.

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Three new degrees, including PhD in regenerative medicine 

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ICRME Award Recipients, Drs. Das, El Masry and Singh

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ICRME Investigators to be recognized for wound healing research

Three early-stage investigators from Indiana Center for Regenerative Medicine and Engineering at the Indiana University School of Medicine will be recognized by the Wound Healing Society, The Wound Healing Foundation and the Symposium on Advanced Wound Care for their research in April. Award recipients Amitava Das, MPharm, PhD, Mohamed S. El Masry, MD, PhD, and Kanhaiya Singh, PhD, are each assistant professors of surgery and affiliated with the Department of Surgery at the school.

Dr. Das will receive the 2022 WHF/WHS Junior Faculty Travel Award for his abstract entitled, “Wound macrophage-derived Oncostatin M induces antimicrobial S100A9 in cutaneous wound epithelium.” Dr. Singh will receive the WHF/WHS Translational and Regenerative Science Award for his abstract entitled “Endothelial PLCG2: The missing link that makes VEGF Therapy Robust.” Dr. El Masry will receive the 2022 SAWC Young Investigator Award for his abstract, “Targeting Persister Hyperbiofilm Forming Bacterial Infection: The GelATA Wound Care Dressing.”

Angie Antonopoulos  |  Feb 22, 2022