Takin’ a short blog break

Currently, I am in the middle of moving my family to Frederick, Maryland. I am starting a new position at Lonza, and it may take a couple weeks to figure out how the blog fits with the new position/company.

Please stay tuned, and I should be able to start back up in one form or another in the next 1-2 weeks.

I will be experimenting with Twitter in the meantime…..

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About jrowley

This blog is about the technology behind Regenerative Medicine - including, but not limited to, stem cells therapies, biomaterial-based devices, as well as tissue engineered products. My name is Jon Rowley. I have been in the Regenerative Medicine field since 1994 (undergraduate research), and have my PhD in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Michigan in Biomedical Engineering. I am currently an employee of Aastrom Biosciences, an adult autologous cell therapy company. You can see my professional creds at: http://www.linkedin.com/myprofile?trk=tab_pro Important Note: Absolutely everything posted in this blog is my personal opinion and is in no way the opinion of my employer, Aastrom Biosciences, or approved by anyone before it is posted. No warranties or other guarantees will be offered as to the quality of the opinions or anything else offered here.
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One Response to Takin’ a short blog break

  1. I hope your new position will fit eventually to this blog. I know that the industrial biotech blogging space is still nearly empty these days but I strongly suggest continuing your blog and convince other industrial actors to start their own. Positive consequences will come in the long run.

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