Regenerative Medicine and Surgery 1-Week Course
Offered by Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine and Mayo Clinic Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, the Regenerative Medicine and Surgery (REGS 5200) weeklong course follows a discovery-translation-application curriculum and encourages students to integrate new knowledge into clinical practice.
The Regenerative Medicine and Surgery curriculum is designed to expose medical and graduate students to the principles and practice of regenerative medicine and surgery from a clinical perspective and provide students with a hands-on experience of regenerative medicine at Mayo Clinic. The course includes, but is not limited to:
- Interactive lectures
- Laboratory demonstrations
- Clinical highlights
- Patient interactions
Regenerative Medicine and Surgery is available for two credits, and is usually offered twice yearly in the winter term (Scottsdale, Arizona, campus only) and spring term (Rochester, Minnesota, campus only). The 2020 course dates are:
Content covered throughout the course includes clinical applications of regenerative medicine in:
- Cardiovascular medicine
- Ear, nose and throat and maxillofacial surgery
- Musculoskeletal care
Students are also introduced to regenerative medicine ethics, entrepreneurship, federal regulations and current research areas.
Regenerative Medicine and Surgery (REGS 5200) is a required course for all doctoral students in the Regenerative Sciences Ph.D. Program and an optional selective for first-year or second-year Mayo Clinic medical students. Other doctoral students may also choose to take the course for credit.
There are no prerequisites. However, enrollment at each campus is limited to five doctoral students a term. Enrollment of nondegree and master's degree students is only by permission of the course directors.
Regenerative Medicine and Surgery Course Highlights