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The Training Program in Regenerative Medicine (TPRM) is affiliated with the University of Toronto, McMaster University and Ottawa University, and consists of a series of 30 lectures in this program webcasted from the University of Toronto to NCRM from where the participants will listen to and interact with the speaker. At the end of the programme the participants will get a certificate from the Stem Cell Network, Canada / University of Toronto. The purpose of this initiative is to encourage a trans-disciplinary, integrative approach to health research through the training of a new generation of researchers capable of combining various approaches in devising innovative solutions for the research and treatment of complex medical problems.

This programme was started in the year 2008-09 in NCRM which is the first such initiative in India and was firmalised by a MoU between NCRM and TPRM.

Dr Abraham with Ms Sophie Charge and Mr Drew Lyall of Stem cell network of Canada

Prof. Gary Levy, Dr Abraham & Prof. Michael Ratcliff in Toronto University, Jun 2008

The stem cell network of Canada took the initiatives followed by the sigining of MoU between TPRM represented by Prof. Gary Levy, Chair, Multi organ otransplant programe of University of tronoto and Dr Samuel Jk Abraham representing NCRM.

The TPRM programme conducts Annual Regenerative Medicine Symposium every year (ARMS) in the University of Toronto in which the scholars give a presentation and Key note speakers deliver guest lectures. During the 5th ARMS held in Toronto between the 4th and 5th of April 2012, Dr Samuel JK Abraham, director, NCRM was a Key Note Speaker and delivered a talk on Stem Cell work, following which he was honoured with "Distinguished Visiting Professorship Award".

*"Nichi" stands for Japan and "In" stands for India. This institute started on an Indo-Japan collaboration now has spreaded further with global alliances
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