RMM Grants Awarded

See where grants have been awarded across Minnesota.
Neil Otto, PhD
The ultimate goal is to provide our gene transfer transposon/transposase platforms to the rapidly growing field of gene modified cell therapy. B‐…
2019-2020
Timothy O'Brien, DVM, PhD
We have developed a novel technology that induces human stem cells to form cartilage. In this project we aim to take the first steps in developing…
2019-2020
Richard Murphy, General Manager
The aim of this grant proposal is to develop cardiovascular devices at Vascudyne with regenerative engineered tissue technology licensed from the…
2019-2020
Ohad Gafni, PhD
Our goal is to engineer a humanized swine model that carries key human cytokines, this strategy will provide the immunology field a high capacity…
2019-2020
Dominique Davidow, PhD
Perfusion decellularization and recellularization are patented technologies owned by Miromatrix Medical Inc. Upon complete removal of cellular…
2019-2020
Frank H. Burton, PhD
This project is performing translational studies on a wound-healing accelerant that has been provisionally patented. Animal studies showed that…
2019-2020
Vanesa Alonso-Camino, PhD
We plan to isolate and expand glioblastoma (GBM) cells from commercially available fresh tumor tissue. These cells will be used to create tumor…
2019-2020
Saranya Wyles, MD, PhD
Rapidly growing interest and innovation in the field of regenerative medicine is countered by the limitation in the tools to educate the next-…
2018-2019
Anna Wirta Kosobuski
Encourage Native American youth to achieve high school graduation and pursue post-­secondary education in order to secure a future career in…
2018-2019
Arthur E. Warrington, PhD
A natural human antibody designed to enhance brain and spinal cord remyelination is presently in clinical trial in patients with multiple sclerosis…
2019-2021
Erik Finger, MD, PhD
One potential cure for diabetes is the transplantation of pancreatic islets—insulin secreting clusters of cells that reside within the pancreas.…
2019-2021
Deborah Ferrington, PhD
Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is a chronic disease that causes central vision loss and affects one's ability to read, drive, and recognize…
2019-2021