FDA Stem Cells

There is growing awareness that the long-standing unmet need for specific counting of therapeutic tissue stem cells has been and continues to be a significant impediment to progress in stem cell therapy, gene and gene editing therapies (because targeting tissue stem cells is essential for durable one-time treatments), and drug development (because...

Biomanufacturing, Education, STEM, Workforce

The RACER Blueprint is comprised of Five key factors, in addition to manufacturing, that are essential to a good idea making it from an academic achievement to part of a clinician’s armamenterium. They are as important as the scientific and engineering foundations of a TEMP (or other advanced therapy) with respect to full commercialization.

· Real...

Sarah Boermeestaer
Biomanufacturing, Education, Workforce

My name is Sarah Boermeester, and I’m currently a summer intern at ARMI. I’m a rising junior at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, where I study Biomedical Engineering with a concentration in Tissue Engineering. When I’m not studying I love being outdoors, painting, and being with family and friends. My educational background revolves around...

DEan Kamen

ASME recently sponsored a briefing on Capitol Hill in partnership with the House Manufacturing Caucus to highlight the challenges facing regenerative medicine. The briefing, titled “Organs on Demand: What’s Stopping Us from Made-to-Order Tissues and Organs,” brought together leaders in the field of regenerative medicine who are working to take this...

ARMI/BioFabUSA Interns
Biomanufacturing, Education, Workforce

ARMI | BioFabUSA, a Manufacturing USA institute, is in need of interns! Three internship positions have been posted, and we are now accepting applications!

These positions will offer highly motivated, talented and enthusiastic candidates with interest in regenerative medicine, stem cell biology, biomedical engineering, technical writing and STEM...