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February 2021

  Wed 3
 - Thu 4 Feb 2021
Image: 2nd Workshop on Next Gen Organ-on-Chip & Organoids
Geneva, Switzerland
The Next Gen Organ-on-Chip & Organoids workshop is a two-day event bringing together decision-makers from the pharma & biotech industry, clinicians, organ-on-Chip suppliers, regulatory experts, and research organizations. Structured around keynote presentations from selected speakers, the workshop offers members of the OoC community a chance to gather and discuss: How to accelerate the translation of advanced in-vitro models into clinical and drug development applications. How to...
  Tue 23
 - Thu 25 Feb 2021
Image: Life-on-Chip Conference 2021: Exploring the Convergence in Health Technologies new
online
Do you want to know more about the latest cross-over innovations? Micro- and nanotechnology, artificial intelligence, design thinking, robotics, novel manufacturing technologies and big data have made major impacts across all industries, but perhaps their greatest potential impact will be in health and life sciences. This conference aims to bring together international players active in this cross-disciplinary domain; to help and stimulate them to do business; and to set-up new...

March 2021

 Add this event to your calendar Wed 10 Mar 2021
  13:30 - 16:00
Image: Organ-on-a-Chip e-Symposium updated
Online
Wednesday afternoon monthly e-Symposia series 2021 at 1.30pm - 4pm GMT with an exciting keynote and open call for additional talks. Register here. Keynote speaker: Professor Christine Mummery – Leiden University: : "Heart and Vessels from human stem cells-on Chip" (45 min plus Q&A) Abstract Presenters: Paul Holloway, Radcliffe Department of Medicine, University of Oxford: "Developing microfluidic in vitro models of ischemic stroke" Roberta Visone, Politecnico di Milano: "uHeart:...

April 2021

 Add this event to your calendar Wed 21 Apr 2021
  13:30 - 16:00
Image: Organ-on-a-Chip e-Symposia
Online
Wednesday afternoon monthly e-Symposia series 2021 at 1.30pm - 4pm BST with an exciting keynote and open call for additional talks. Keynote speaker: Prof Roger Kamm – Massachusetts Institute of Technology Call for abstracts Abstract talks will be of approximately 20 minutes duration, and ECRs and PhD students are encouraged to apply. We will have the option of including 5 minute 'flash talks' that will be reserved for ECRs and PhD students to maximise the opportunities to speak. ...
  Wed 28
 - Thu 29 Apr 2021
Image: Putting Science into Standards Workshop: Organ-on-Chip new
online
The PSIS initiative is a unique opportunity to gather stakeholders from different fields together, identify application areas and their priorities, and provide a good basis for CEN-CENELEC as to the next steps. For the PSIS 2021 initiative on OoC experts are invited to contribute and share their views on the future development of this technology, its application areas and stakeholder needs, all in the context of requirements for standardisation. To launch PSIS 2021 on OoC, this an...

May 2021

 Add this event to your calendar Wed 19 May 2021
  13:30 - 16:00
Image: Organ-on-a-Chip e-Symposia
Online
Wednesday afternoon monthly e-Symposia series 2021 at 1.30pm - 4pm BST with an exciting keynote and open call for additional talks. Keynote speaker: Dr Shannon Stott – Harvard Medical School Call for abstracts Abstract talks will be of approximately 20 minutes duration, and ECRs and PhD students are encouraged to apply. We will have the option of including 5 minute 'flash talks' that will be reserved for ECRs and PhD students to maximise the opportunities to speak. Please submit...

September 2021

  Mon 6
 - Tue 7 Sep 2021
Image: Conference: BioMedEng21
Sheffield, UK
BioMedEng21, the UK’s largest gathering of Biomedical Engineers, Medical Engineers and Bioengineers will be held at the University of Sheffield on the 6 – 7 September 2021. The conference will be an exciting programme of plenary sessions, keynote talks, oral presentations, power pitches, poster presentations and workshops. This year the conference programme is centred around four key tracks, Image and Signal Processing; Diagnostics, Devices and Sensors; in silico Modelling; and...