Center for Innovation in Restorative Medicine


At the UPMC Center for Innovation in Restorative Medicine, we're leading the effort in developing new regenerative medicine technologies and treatments for people suffering from severe or complex:

In partnership with the McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine and the University of Pittsburgh, our experts use regenerative techniques based on groundbreaking cellular therapy and tissue engineering to provide permanent solutions to life altering injuries or diseases.
 
The UPMC Center for Innovation in Restorative Medicine is helping to shape the future of regenerative medicine technologies, devices, and reconstructive strategies.
 
We can help you achieve your goals, whether you're a:


Interested in Clinical Trials?

Our center offers some of the most advanced clinical trials for head and face injuries, severe burns, limb and muscle loss, and amputated limb pain.
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Contact Us

For more information, or to learn if you qualify to participate in a study, please contact CIRM at 412-864-2587 or e-mail restore@upmc.edu.

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