RMM Grants Awarded

See where grants have been awarded across Minnesota.
Dr. Susan Keirstead, Ph.D.
Biobusinesses are often looking for employees who have advanced technical and scientific training that students don't typically receive while…
2015-2016
Dr. Katie Campbell, Ph.D.
Regenerative medicine is a growing field that has made significant recent advances in technology and research, but many undergraduate students are…
2015-2016
Randy S. Daughters, PhD
The global stem cells market could enjoy an annual growth rate of nearly 25 percent between 2012 and 2018, reaching $119.52 billion by 2019, up…
2015-2016
Misun Bormann
There is a shortage of healthcare professionals, especially among underrepresented groups. Employers need qualified workers and are particularly…
2015-2016
Kim Mueller
Like the rest of the nation, Minnesota has a shortage of healthcare workers. In 2014, the healthcare industry comprised 14 percent of the state’s…
2015-2016
Laura Savin, Melissa Cuff, Tracy Wilson
There is a shortage of healthcare workers in Minnesota and across the country, and the demand for skilled healthcare professionals will rise as the…
2015-2016
Stephanie J. Zojonc and Laura Schultz
During elementary school, children are socialized to believe various things about themselves and the world around them. If young people don’t…
2015-2016
Dr. Atta Behfar, MD, PhD
Regenerative medicine is a branch of medicine that focuses on the rejuvenation, replacement, and regeneration of human cells, tissues, and organs…
2015-2016
Robert Nellis
Regenerative medicine has the potential to help millions of people around the world who suffer from debilitating illnesses and diseases. This…
2015-2016
Lukkana Suksanpaisan, PhD
As the regenerative medicine field continues to grow, more researchers and scientists are depending upon contracted services to provide vital…
2015-2016
Allan B. Dietz, PhD
Mill Creek Life Sciences produces materials that provide the nutrients and growth factors needed to develop cells used in regenerative medicine.…
2015-2016
Bruce Walcheck, PhD
Cancer is a difficult disease to treat because it is hard to detect within the body. Cancer sneaks in to normal cells and changes them to cancer…
2015-2017