Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine Young Investigator Award
The Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine is committed to developing and disseminating novel therapies for the repair and replacement of diseased tissues and organs. One way to achieve this goal is to foster the careers of young investigators to encourage them to find solutions to problems in regenerative medicine. As part of this effort, the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine Young Investigator Award was established in 2008 to recognize outstanding achievements by members of the Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine International Society (TERMIS) who are in the early stages of a career in regenerative medicine.
The Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine Young Investigator Award will be presented during the TERMIS-AM meeting on Tuesday, July 12th at 3:45 PM EDT in the Grand Ballroom to Erik Jacques, University of Toronto and Jacqueline Larouche, University of Michigan . Each awardee will be invited to present their conference abstract during the TERMIS-AM meeting and will receive an award certificate and a monetary award of $2,500 (U.S.).