Collaborating Partners in Regenerative Medicine

At the UPMC Center for Innovation in Restorative Medicine, we are deeply engaged in clinical research that addresses today’s medical challenges of patients suffering complex or severe injures.

Coming from a tradition of research that encourages multiple perspectives, theories, and approaches, we welcome the opportunity to work with other industries and academic institutions in answering some of the most complex questions of our times.

Our Commitment to Clinical Research

The UPMC Center for Innovation in Restorative Medicine strongly supports and invests in clinical research that fosters a multidisciplinary team approach.

We're committed to elevating science and technology to the highest levels through collaboration and our multi-school clinical centers. The work of these centers crosses disciplines and traditional boundaries that extend the frontiers of knowledge into realms where we can deliver truly innovative regenerative medicine technologies.

Our Current Partnerships

The UPMC Center for Innovation in Restorative Medicine has a bold vision for the future of regenerative medicine.

This vision leverages the:

  • Distinct capabilities in innovative biomedical research at the University of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Mellon University, and other affiliated academic institutions.
  • Unwavering support of world-class patient care at UPMC.
  • Business and industry collaborations to drive the discovery and delivery of new regenerative medicine technologies.

Over the past two decades, UPMC, the University of Pittsburgh, and these partners have woven a complex tapestry of exceptional components that are reliant on the fusion of people, technology, and resources.

Recently, the Center for Innovation in Restorative Medicine took a major step in the advancement of medical innovation by investing in an emerging, far-reaching biomedical initiative that has evolved rapidly into a substantial clinical accelerator enterprise.

Interested in collaborating with us?

Contact the Center for Innovation in Restorative Medicine at 412-864-2587 or complete our form to request more information.

 

​For more information or to learn if you qualify to participate in a research study, call (412) 864-2587 or use our online form.

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