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ARMI Annual Report 2018

Annual reports / 18 November 2019
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2018 has been another excellent year for the Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute (ARMI), with growth in the quality of our research and in the global and industry collaborations that are so important for 21st century medical research. As you will read throughout this report, 2018 was a year of numerous success stories in research, industry and international collaboration.

ARMI Annual Report 2017

Annual reports / 2 September 2018
ARMI Annual Report 2017 Cover Page

In 2017, the Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute (ARMI) had another excellent year, with significant advances in both scientific research and in exciting initiatives to grow our industry linkages and translate our research towards therapeutic applications.

ARMI Annual Report 2016

Annual reports / 9 October 2017
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2016 saw yet another year of exceptional research excellence at the Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute (ARMI). The number of papers published in leading journals with an impact factor of greater than 10, more than doubled in 2016.

The year was bolstered with new opportunities to commercialise research at the Institute, with the announcement of a global hub of commercialisation at ARMI, the Centre for Commercialisation of Regenerative Medicine Australia.

ARMI Annual Report 2015

Annual reports / 26 September 2016
ARMI Annual Report 2015 (Front Cover)

In 2015, the Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute built upon solid foundations of excellence, with several key events illustrating the growing maturity of our innovative research and collaborative efforts.

ARMI Annual Report 2014

Annual reports / 2 November 2015
Annual Report 2014 (Front Cover)

2014 was a watershed year for the Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute (ARMI) with the establishment of the second five year strategic plan, guiding the Institute from establishment into an accelerated growth phase from 2014–2019.

ARMI Annual Report 2013

Annual reports / 1 July 2014
ARMI Annual Report 2013 (front cover)

The Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute entered its fifth year of operation in 2013, and I am delighted to report that the Institute has continued to expand its research capabilities through the addition of world-class staff, the establishment of strategic alliances and research collaborations, the winning of grants, and the development of premier training programs.

ARMI Annual Report 2012

Annual reports / 1 July 2013

Highlights from our fourth year of operation include the ARMI Scientific Retreat, held at Silverwater Resort near Phillip Island, which gave our research staff the opportunity to review and discuss their research programs with their peers. We were delighted that Professor Peter Rigby and Professor Dame Kay Davies, both eminent members of our newly established Scientific Advisory Board, attended the retreat and welcomed the feedback and recommendations they generously provided.

ARMI Annual Report 2011

Annual reports / 1 July 2012

The Institute continues to go from strength to strength – an increase in staff and students to 100 at year end, a successful competitive grants application program with a 33% success rate and an increasing list of publications including our first Nature paper are all great signs for us.

ARMI Annual Report 2009

Annual reports / 1 July 2010
Annual Report 2009 (front cover)

The last year has been an exciting time for the science of regeneration. Advances in our understanding of the regenerative process in model organisms have been powered by technological breakthroughs in stem cells and tissue engineering. These insights have prompted new approaches to designing therapies for restoring lost, damaged, or aging human cells and tissues. Although the regenerative medicine industry is still in nascent stages of commercial application, the field has emerged as one of the largest growth drivers of the global economy, with a market predicted to reach US$1.4 Billion by 2015, and active support of governments around the world are expected to promote continued high growth for the industry.