Graduate Course in Regenerative Medicine open to all CNTRP members and trainees
The Training Program in Regenerative Medicine (TPRM) is pleased to offer a multi-disciplinary regenerative medicine graduate course that is open to all CNTRP trainees.
IMPORTANT: The course can be taken for credits towards a Master/PhD diploma by trainees across Canada.
The scope of this multi-disciplinary course is unique in Canada, featuring lectures from prominent researchers from across Canada on topics ranging from transplantation and organ failure, stem cells and regenerative medicine, business of regenerative medicine, and regenerative medicine ethics and society. The enrollment process should be started as early as possible (no later than August 29, 2016) by contacting Anna Cocco at the TPRM to confirm space availability and obtain course details and requirements. When contacting Anna please provide your name, level and year of study, your supervisor’s name, your university and department with which you are registered for your graduate studies. Note that total course enrollment for credit is limited to 40 trainees across Canada and that there is no additional fee even if the University of Toronto is not your home institution.
The course is hosted by the University of Toronto and is delivered in class and through live/archived web-cast for those located outside of Toronto over 30 weeks starting on September 15, 2016. The course covers four broad areas
Background: Organ Failure
Regenerative Medicine and Innovative Technologies
Clinical Applications of Regenerative Medicine
Ethics and Society
The course involves more than 30 Canadian faculties and 4 keynote speakers and includes the 10th Annual Regenerative Medicine Symposium for a chance to present your research project, and network.
Please note: Supervisors are responsible to cover trainee travel/accommodation costs to attend the two day Annual Regenerative Medicine Symposium. Participating in this course will give you the chance to connect with some of the best stem cell and regenerative medicine researchers in Canada.