Date: 15 September 2021 Time: 13:30 - 16:00
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 Prof Peter Friedl, Radboud University Nijmegen: "In-vivo-inspired environments to understand cancer invasion guidance and plasticity" .
Chair: Adrian Biddle QMUL
1.30pm: Abstract presentations (20 min):
Diane Frances Lee, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Surrey: "Production and validation of a bovine lung-on-a-chip to study bovine respiratory diseases"
Neil Dufton, The William Harvey Institute, Queen Mary University of London: "Using live cell imaging to assess disease-associated endothelial cell plasticity using a liver-on-a-chip platform"
Alysha Bray, CN Bio Innovations: "Predicting human drug permeability with a gut microphysiological system"
2.30 pm: Flash talk
Joshua Reeves, Centre for Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine, Kings College London: "Transplantable Wnt-directed osteogenic human organoids improve bone repair in vivo"
2.35pm – 3pm: Q&A
3.00pm - Keynote: Prof Peter Friedl, Radboud University Nijmegen: "In-vivo-inspired environments to understand cancer invasion guidance and plasticity"
All registered attendees will receive a meeting link prior to the meeting.
Updated by: Julia Coffey