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The lab of Richard Oreffo, the Bone and Joint Research Group, runner-up in the inaugural RegMedNet Award for Cultivating Excellence sponsored by Biological Industries

Published: 15 November 2017

RegMedNet announces winner of the first Award for Cultivating Excellence

The inaugural award, sponsored this year by Biological Industries, seeks to recognize achievement in education, career development and collaboration in the field of regenerative medicine

 

November 14, 2017 – RegMedNet has today announced the winner of the first Award for Cultivating Excellence, sponsored by Biological Industries (Israel). Cells for Sight, University College London (UCL, UK), led by Professor Julie T Daniels, impressed a panel of international judges with its support of career development and continued education of the members of the lab.

The lab of Richard Oreffo, the Bone and Joint Research Group, University of Southampton (UK), was the runner-up, with a judge’s special mention going to the lab of Ismail H. Dilogo, Universitas Indonesia. Completing the five-lab shortlist are the lab of Jeremy J. Mao, Columbia University (NY, USA) and Ngan Huang’s lab at Stanford University (CA, USA).

The Award for Cultivating Excellence was established in 2017 in the belief that that the most valuable players in regenerative medicine aren't always those seen in the news. As well as ground-breaking research and award-winning facilities, RegMedNet wanted to recognize achievement in other areas, such as career development and scientific outreach.

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