The American Academy of Regenerative Medicine’s (AARM) Regenerative Medicine Review Course is a comprehensive module based course taught by core AARM faculty, designed to provide an in-depth exposure to the basic principles of Regenerative Medicine. Course attendees will initially gain the fundamental knowledge base required to be familiar with nomenclature and concepts of the basic sciences of Cell Biology. A review of clinical sciences and regulatory issues provides the translation to the practice of Regenerative Medicine. The course terminates with an optional written examination leading to a Competence Certificate in the Basic Principles of Regenerative Medicine by the American Academy of Regenerative Medicine (AARM). All course participants will receive a 1 year membership with the American Academy of Regenerative Medicine (AARM). Successful completion of the AARM written examination provided at the end of the Review Course leads to a Competency Certificate in the Basic Principles of Regenerative Medicine.
Course attendance and successful completion of the competency certification may serve as a path towards formal board certification by the American Board of Regenerative Medicine (ABRM). Board certification in Regenerative Medicine provides the fundamental academic basis for practitioners who are engaged in the practice of Regenerative Medicine.