Date: 19 May 2021 Time: 13:30 - 16:00
Keynote: Dr Shannon Stott – Harvard Medical School
Please join us for an afternoon of research talks on the latest developments in organ-on-a-chip and in vitro models technology.
This month's keynote lecture will be from Dr Shannon Stott, Harvard Medical School: "Microfluidics for the Interrogation of Complex Clinical Specimens"
Chair: Adrian Biddle QMUL
1.30pm: Abstract presentations
Jochen Kuehnl, Beiersdorf AG: "Use of a microphysiological system integrating skin and liver models to investigate exposure scenario-dependent effects on the metabolic fate of chemicals and tissue responses"
Abhinav Bhushan, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Illinois Institute of Technology: "Intestine-Microbiota-on-a-chip to Study Effects of Bacteria on Drug Metabolism"
Genaëlle Rabussier, MIMETAS BV: "3D microphysiological placenta in-vitro model for high-throughput barrier and transport studies"
2.15pm: Flash talks
Xiao Wan, Target Discovery Institute, University of Oxford: "From Popular Kinases to Orphan Receptors: 3D Perfused Models as a tool for Target Discovery"
Alice Scemama, Queen Mary University of London: "A 3Rs approach to tumour metastasis: investigating the role of cancer stem cells in metastasis of OSCC using an in vitro microfluidic model"
Lea de Maddalena, AlveoliX AG: "IPF-on-chip: A new tool for antifibrotic drug efficacy study"
2.30pm - 3pm: Q&A
3.00pm - Keynote: Dr Shannon Stott, Harvard Medical School: "Microfluidics for the Interrogation of Complex Clinical Specimens"
All registered attendees will receive a meeting link prior to the meeting.
Updated by: Adrian Biddle