Membership Information

Faculty and Staff Membership

Faculty members, along with academic staff members will be expected to participate actively in the mission of the SCRMC contributing to the various committees, journal clubs, seminars, and teaching forums. Membership will be granted to those faculty and academic staff who clearly demonstrate scholarly expertise in areas relevant to stem cells and regenerative medicine as well as a willingness to contribute to the center’s mission.

Basic membership in the center will provide the member with regular communications from the SCRMC regarding ongoing events, research opportunities, intramural grants as available, access to sponsored symposia and poster events.

All faculty members will be eligible to apply for access to core facilities using a separate application (formal process under development once membership enrollment is completed). These will provide subsidised acess to cell, imaging, primate and immunological services. Members will also be listed on the SCRMC website with relevant information. Membership will be reviewed every three years for renewal based on participation in SCRMC activities and mission.


Student Membership

Undergraduates, graduate students, and postdoctoral fellows members will be expected to contribute to the SCRMC by providing feedback and needs analysis of available educational and training opportunities on campus as well as contributing to other aspects of the SCRMC mission. Membership will provide them with regular communications from the SCRMC regarding symposia, journal clubs, and available courses.


Core Facilities

Thank you for your interest in the Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Center Core Facilities. The cores provide faculty subsidized access to a cell source core, imaging (cellular/molecular and small animal) core, immunology/pathology core and a nonhuman primate core.

The cores are periodically assessed and revised based on need and use. There are five criteria that need to be met for this privilege:

  • Member of SCRMC
  • PI status at the University of Wisconsin.
  • Attendance at regular SCRMC meetings.
  • Proof of scientific expertise in Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Biology.