|2012 CATER trainees: Left to right: (missing from picture is Austin Nuschke) Front row: Erin Steer, Heidi Hofer, Ben Rothrauff and Julie Chandler Middle row: Megan Jamiolkowski, Emily Bayer and Katy Wharton Back row: Dr. William Wagner, Prince Awuah, Nate Remlinger, Ricardo Londono, Collin Edington, Marc Hansel, Chris Medberry, Dr. Satdarshan 'Paul' Monga.|
The McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh has been awarded a highly competitive Training Grant from the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB), National Institutes of Health; the Cellular Approaches to Tissue Engineering and Regeneration (CATER) Training Program mission is to provide a solid foundation upon which to build a productive independent career in cellular and tissue based therapy for human disease and injury. This goal is accomplished via a highly coordinated and mentored interdisciplinary training program with a combination of required and elective courses, research activities, and specialized training opportunities. The Training Program incorporates faculty from the Swanson School of Engineering, the McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine, and the School of Medicine to provide a unique educational and research experience at the leading edge of science with respect to cellular / tissue regeneration and engineering. This combination of training faculty research interests and coursework provide a rich educational experience and more numerous training opportunities for the students than could be obtained within the individual university departments.
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