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




Das will be the first ever AAAS Fellow accepted into a position at the Department of the Treasury.

This Meet the Lab resource from PBS Wisconsin Education features Miranda Ramirez-Vang, a CMaT REU student, who suffered a spinal cord injury, which led to her interest in stem cell research and the many careers in the science field.

Faculty members Andrés García and Glaucio Paulino, as well as alumni Christopher Jones and Roger Krone, join 103 new members and 23 international members based on their outstanding contributions to engineering.