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Organ-on-a-Chip Technologies Network


Early career researcher advisory group

Following June’s call for early career researchers interested in forming our new ECR advisory group within the OOACT Network – we are delighted to announce the following four members:

Paul Holloway – University of Oxford (chair),

Chloe Whitehouse – University of Nottingham,

Matthew Hockley – University of Kent,

Luana De Abreu Queirós Osório – Brunel University.


The group will be working on the following areas:

  • Social media - creating and sharing organs-on-chips content and increasing effective social networking
  • ECR training – mapping out requirements and identifying best ways to deliver training
  • Public engagement – developing and delivering future activities that are fun and informative for public audiences
  • Inform/support development of network’s communication plan


If you have any questions for the group, please email: