November 7th 2019
The focus of this networking event is present and future trends in the field of advanced human in vitro models, such as organ-on-a-chip approaches, organoid technologies as well as corresponding applications, e.g. in the area of early drug development.
The Meet & Match addresses research institutions and companies with an interest in cellular approaches, biotechnology, diagnostics and drug development. The objective is to establish new contacts, encourage participants to initiate cooperation or joint developments as well as to gain a better understanding of microphysiological systems and possible applications. The lunch and coffee breaks offer extensive networking opportunities.
10 presentations from researchers and industry will provide further insight into advanced human in vitro models, their biology, corresponding analyzing techniques as well as potential applications in drug development or disease modelling. During the «Short presentation session» participants may introduce their company or research group to enable intense networking opportunities. You can apply for a two minutes short presentation upon registration until Tuesday, October 22, 2019. Please note that the number of short presentations is limited and that the session is arranged for research institutions or companies being active in R&D or production. Selection is made by the organisers.
9:45 – 10:10 Registration & welcome coffee
Organs & organoids-on-chip in development and oncology
Integrated organ-on-a-chip systems: Advanced microphysiological platforms recapitulating complex human tissue
11:30 – 11:45 Dr. Daniel Riveline, IGBMC
Self-organisation in living matter: from cytokinesis and cell motility to the morphogenesis of organoids
11:50 – 12:30 Short presentation session
12:30 – 13:40 Networking lunch
13:40 – 13:50 BioValley France & BIOPRO Baden-Württemberg GmbH
Body on a chip system
Development of liver on chip technology applied to liver hepatic regeneration and predictive toxicology
Natural and Medical Sciences Institute Development of a 3D in vitro phenotypic platform for interrogating 3D neuronal networks
Organ-on-a-chip approaches for neurosciences
15:00 – 16:00 Networking coffee break
3-D Life Biometic Hydrogel Technology and its application for organoid and other 3D cell cultures
PANBioRA: An Integrated Personalised Biomaterial Risk Assessment Instrument with organ-on-a-chip modules
Recent developments in the 3D-Bio-Net project regarding in vitro models for vascularization studies
16:45 – 17:00 Dr. Sylvia Wagner, Fraunhofer IBMT
Advanced in vitro models for preclinical testing of new drug formulations
17:30 End of event