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Current State-of-the-Art in Organ-on-a-Chip Technologies



Held in conjunction with Organ-on-a-Chip, Tissue-on-a-Chip & Organoids Europe 2020

08 Sep 2020, at 15:00 - 18:00 in Rotterdam, The Netherlands

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Short Course: Current State of the Art in Organ-on-a-Chip Technologies

Venue: Marriott Rotterdam, Rijndam Room -- 7th Floor -- Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

In this SelectBIO Training Course, Professor Peter Ertl a key opinion leader in the field provides an overview on the current state-of-the art of organ-on-a-chip technologies. It will explore the opportunities arising from novel microfabrication and culturing methods and offer answers to challenges associated with manufacturing and handling such devices. Special topics addressed will include hands-on experience in designing, engineering and operation of organ-on-a-chip devices. Additionally, it will discuss issues to be addressed for successful advancement of organs-on-a-chip towards clinically relevant pharmaceutical and medical in vitro models and offer practical experience on industrial challenges of manufacturing, engineering documentations, cost drivers and systems integration of organ-on-a-chip devices.

Specific Topics Addressed:

  • Technologies for Constructing Microphysiological Systems (Organs-on-Chips)
  • Various Classes of Organs-on-Chips Currently Produced
  • Application Areas Addressed
  • Challenges for Adoption of Organs-on-Chips Devices into the Pharmaceutical Industry
  • Manufacturing, Engineering and Cost Analysis
All delegates to this training course receive the course presentation materials which are excellent materials for delegates to bring back and use as reference materials.

Refreshments will be provided during the training course to all course attendees.

Peter Ertl

Peter Ertl, Professor of Lab-on-a-Chip Systems, Vienna University of Technology