Working together to advance cell manufacturing

CMaT NSF Engineering Research Center for Cell Manufacturing Technologies

Transforming the manufacture of cell-based therapeutics into a large-scale, lower-cost, reproducible, and high-quality engineered process, for broad industry and clinical use.
A partnership with the National
Cell Manufacturing Consortium

Announcing the 2024 Postdoctoral Fellows

The CMaT Postdoctoral Fellowship for Research Excellence is a postdoctoral research and career development opportunity designed to recruit, train, and support exceptional postdoctoral fellows working in CMaT laboratories at the Georgia Institute of Technology, University of Georgia, University of Wisconsin-Madison, and the University of Puerto Rico-Mayaguez. The goal of this fellowship is to support promising scientists from underrepresented groups during their mentored postdoctoral training under the guidance of a CMaT faculty mentor. CMaT faculty members at any major partner institution are eligible to serve as the postdoctoral mentor. Co-mentorship by faculty within or across CMaT institutions is allowed and encouraged, especially if it fosters integration. 

We are excited to announce 2024's Postdoctoral Fellows: Luis Arrieta-Viana and Norh Asmare

              Norh Asmare                            Luis Arrieta-Viana

Norh. A  Luis

Spotlight on CMaT's 2023 Retreat 

CMaT recently held its annual retreat from November 17-20, 2023 in San Juan, Puerto Rico, where over 100 attendees gathered from CMaT partner universities, CMaT international partners, CMaT industry partners, and CMaT advisory boards. Read the full recap here.

2023 Retreat