Advancing the Nation’s Bioeconomy
The Advanced Regenerative Manufacturing Institute (ARMI) is a member-based, nonprofit organization whose mission is to advance the bioeconomy of the United States. The institute’s work will positively impact not only manufacturing but also healthcare and education & workforce development for the nation.
BioFabUSA, a program of ARMI, is a public-private partnership with more than 170 members, including companies, academic institutions and not-for profit organizations. The mission of BioFabUSA is to bring together the fundamental tenets of good manufacturing processes and the science of regenerative medicine to create regenerative manufacturing and the trained and ready workforce necessary for that manufacturing.
ARMI BioIndustries is the full-service development, manufacturing and commercialization operation for the Advanced Regenerative Manufacturing Institute.
NextFab is the first Foundry for American Biotechnology. The mission of NextFab is to produce technological solutions that help the United States protect against and respond to health-security threats, enhance daily medical care and add to the U.S. bioeconomy.
As an ARMI | BioFabUSA member, your organization will benefit from the diverse experiences and capabilities of other members while we all seek to transform tissue engineering and regenerative medicine research into an industry that delivers tissues and organs to people in need.
Union Leader: Coalition that includes Dean Kamen’s ARMI, city of Manchester, wins $44M grant
A multimillion-dollar grant from the federal government has been awarded to the city of Manchester to create jobs in the biomedical manufacturing field.
Mayo Clinic Symposium on Regenerative Medicine & Surgery 2023Westin Kierland Resort and Spa 6902 EAST GREENWAY PARKWAY, SCOTTSDALE, AZ
The Mayo Clinic Symposium on Regenerative Medicine & Surgery 2023 features presentations on the latest advancements in regenerative biotherapeutics, regenerative medicine and surgery.
University of Connecticut: The Cato T. Laurencin Institute for Regenerative Engineering: A Growth Factor-Based Approach to Articular Cartilage RepairVirtual
A Growth Factor-Based Approach to Articular Cartilage Repair.
TERMIS 2023Boston Marriott Copley Place 110 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA
Tissue Engineering Strategies for Human Health and Longevity The 2023 conference will be held April 11-14, 2023 at the Boston Marriott Copley Place, Boston MA. Please join us in Boston
University of Connecticut: The Cato T. Laurencin Institute for Regenerative Engineering: Synthetic Artificial Stem Cells – A Platform for Precision Medicine in Regenerative EngineeringVirtual
Synthetic Artificial Stem Cells – A Platform for Precision Medicine in Regenerative Engineering.
“There are hurdles that need to be overcome with tissue and organs for human transplant, and sometimes the traditional connection between industry and academia can be slow going. ARMI | BioFabUSA can accelerate this.”
Associate Professor at Arizona State University