PTEI will not be accepting applications for 2013 undergraduate summer internships.
PTEI’s educational programs provide a range of experiences and tools for those who are interested in science education.
Beginning with K-12 and continuing through undergraduate and postdoctoral research, PTEI is helping to prepare a trained workforce to support a growing regenerative medicine industry. Through its programs PTEI provides hands-on opportunities to explore the many educational and career paths available to next-generation scientists and those who will work with them.
Joan Schanck on Regenerative Medicine TodayRegenerative Medicine Today chats with Joan Schanck, our Director of Education and Workforce Development, about the educational programs offered by PTEI.
Go to Joan's interview
Education tax creditYour contribution can help support PTEI’s educational and research efforts! These programs have been approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development, which awards Tax Credits to Business Firms.
Inside educationK-12 Science Education for Students and Teachers
“The Tissue Engineering Show”
Interactive Planetarium Show
For more information on these programs, contact Joan Schanck, Director of Education, or LaShon Jackson, Program Coordinator, or call 412-624-5591.
Central to PTEI’s mission to advance the field of regenerative medicine by cultivating research and commercial development is an educational mandate to develop models and programs to grow the intellectual capacity required to support this promising field.
The goals of PTEI education programs are to: