New Member Engagement Opportunity: Community Focus Groups
The ARMI | BioFabUSA ecosystem is filled with people of diverse backgrounds and areas of expertise. At our Winter and Spring 2018 Summits, people have commented on the remarkable value of the conversations they had during networking opportunities. Based on this feedback, we have decided to create further opportunities for member to member engagement with the launch of Community Focus Groups. Community Focus Groups, available to members of the ARMI | BioFabUSA community, will address a wide spectrum of technical, regulatory, workforce development and business topics. The goal of each Community Focus Group will be to help organize information and identify opportunities that can help move ARMI | BioFabUSA, its members and the field and industry forward.
We know that time is valuable, so we are excited to recognize participation in Community Focus Groups as cost share which may be used to off-set the non-cash portion of an organization's membership fees.
We believe that through community synthesis, the challenges of tissue engineering will be overcome. If your organization or someone in your organization is interested in participating in a Community Focus Group, fill out this form here, or reach out to your account manager Lexi Garcia or Taylor Warren. We look forward to hearing your insights and input in this process!
New Member Engagement Opportunity: Tissue Engineering Lab Survey
Through our efforts, we are seeking to address fragmentation of the tissue engineering field and provide a physical mechanism with which to turn laboratory breakthroughs into manufactured products. One effort we are planning is the development of a Tissue Engineering Lab/Incubator for use by ARMI | BioFabUSA members. We need your feedback to ensure the lab/incubator is capable of supporting and enabling significant growth for the organizations developing Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine (TERM) and TERM related therapies and technologies.
To provide use with feedback, please fill out the Tissue Engineering Lab Survey: Space Needs. The survey takes approximately one minute to complete.