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Hubert Tseng's Biography

Hubert Tseng, Sr. Scientist, Research and Development, Nano3D Biosciences, Inc.

Hubert Tseng is a Senior Scientist in R&D at Nano3D Biosciences, where he leads R&D efforts into finding new applications for magnetic 3D bioprinting. He is also a Senior Scientist at the Salk Institute, where he is studying tumor immunity and environmental factors that suppress anti-tumor responses, as a basis for improving immunotherapy. Previously, he was a senior scientist at Targazyme, where he led research on enhancing the efficacy of cellular therapies, such as stem cell transplantation and CAR-T, through ex vivo enzymatic treatment. Dr. Tseng earned his PhD in Bioengineering from Rice University and BS in Engineering Mechanics and Applied Mathematics and Statistics from the Johns Hopkins University.

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Magnetic 3D Bioprinting For New High-Throughput Assay Development

Friday, 5 October 2018 at 14:00

Add to Calendar ▼2018-10-05 14:00:002018-10-05 15:00:00Europe/LondonMagnetic 3D Bioprinting For New High-Throughput Assay Development3D-Culture and Organoids in Coronado Island, CaliforniaCoronado Island,

The growing push for 3D cell culture models is limited by technical challenges in handling, processing, and scalability to high-throughput applications. To meet these challenges, we use our platform, magnetic 3D bioprinting, in which cells are individually magnetized and assembled with magnetic forces. In magnetizing cells, not only do we make routine cell culture and experiments feasible and scalable, but we also gain fine spatial control in the formation of spheroids and more complex structures. This presentation will focus on recent developments using this platform, particularly in cancer biology and immunology. Specifically, we will present a method for phenotypic profiling of cell types within spheroids using real-time high-throughput imaging. This label-free method allows for multiplexing with other assay endpoints for high-content screening. Overall, we use magnetic 3D bioprinting to create functionally and structurally representative spheroids for high-throughput screening.

Add to Calendar ▼2018-10-04 00:00:002018-10-05 00:00:00Europe/London3D-Culture and Organoids3D-Culture and Organoids in Coronado Island, CaliforniaCoronado Island,