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Suggested Citation:"Public Workshop." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2022. Forum on Regenerative Medicine: 2021 Annual Report. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/26583.
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Public Workshop NOVEMBER 2–3, 2021 This workshop explored promising approaches to modulate the patient immune system and/or regenerative medicine products for improving the Understanding the Role of the clinical outcomes of tissue repair and regeneration in patients. The workshop Immune System in Improving was interdisciplinary and sought to highlight lessons about graft acceptance Tissue Regeneration – A Virtual or rejection from other fields, new technologies for immune surveillance, Workshop and advanced strategies for immune modulation. Speakers emphasized what is known about pro-regenerative environments and called attention to Learn more about this workshop here. areas of highest therapeutic need. PUBLICATIONS Applying Systems Thinking Integrating United States to Regenerative Medicine: Biomanufacturing Proceedings of a Infrastructure Across Workshop Vaccines and Therapeutics (NAM Commentary) Released: March 26, 2021 Released: April 19, 2021 View here. View here. *Perspectives published by the National Academy of Medicine are individually authored. They express the views of the individual authors and not necessarily those of the authors’ organizations or the National Academies. 4 | Forum on Regenerative Medicine

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The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine's Forum on Regenerative Medicine (the forum) provides a convening mechanism for interested parties from academia, industry, government, patient and provider organizations, regulatory bodies, foundations, societies, associations, and others. The forum identifies existing and potential barriers to scientific and therapeutic advances; discusses opportunities to assist in facilitating more effective partnerships among key stakeholders; examines the impact that current policies have on the discovery, development, and translation of regenerative medicine therapies; considers the unique challenges of identifying, validating, and bringing regenerative medicine applications to market; and explores the ethical, legal, and social issues posed by advances in regenerative medicine.

During 2021, the forum members continued to focus on two broad areas through their two working groups: Regenerative Engineering and Gene Therapy and Systems Thinking. The members and staff also continued to explore challenges and discuss possible solutions in a number of other areas relevant to the development of regenerative medicines, including communication, workforce development, cost of and access to therapies, and regulatory and legislative affairs. This publication describes the activities of the forum during 2021.

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