Faculty and Staff Membership
Faculty members will be expected to participate actively in the mission of the SCRMC by contributing as possible to various committees, encouraging seminar participation, participate in peer-review and pilot grant activities, provide research opportunities to students and trainees, contribute to educational programs, and participate in outreach.
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. Membership in the center will provide the member with regular communications from the center which will include information regarding ongoing events, research opportunities, intramural grants as available, access to sponsored symposia, and poster events. Additional benefits to membership include access to information regarding the core facilities on campus and the process for accessing them as well as invitations to participate in our focus groups.
Members will also be listed on the SCRMC website with relevant information. Membership will be reviewed every five years for renewal based on participation in SCRMC activities and mission.