SELECTBIO Conferences Organ-on-a-Chip & Tissue-on-a-Chip Europe 2019

Satellite Meeting Sponsored by the ITN-MIMIC



Satellite Meeting Sponsored by the ITN-MIMIC

This Satellite Meeting Sponsored by the ITN-MIMIC presents research efforts being performed in a University-Company Partnership focused on Organ-on-a-Chip. MIMIC -- "Mimicking organs-on-chips for high-throughput screening and basic research" -- is an interdisciplinary European Industrial Doctorate at the interface of cell biology, engineering and drug development.  ITN-MIMIC is a collaborative innovative research program created by the University of Sheffield (Sheffield, United Kingdom) in collaboration with two industrial partners MIMETAS and Galapagos (Leiden, The Netherlands).



Satellite Meeting Date: Monday, 17 June 2019
Satellite Meeting Time: 15:30 to 18:40
Venue: Van Cappellen Zaal, de Doelen Conference Center, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

This Satellite Meeting is Free and Open to all SelectBIO Conference Delegates, Speakers and Exhibitors and Offers an Excellent Opportunity for Scientific Exchange and Networking.

Satellite Meeting Schedule

15:30 Introduction to the Satellite Meeting. Dr. Kai Erdmann, The University of Sheffield

15:40 Presentation by Dr. Dorota Kurek, Senior Scientist, MIMETAS, Entitled "High-Throughput Human Organ-on-a-Chip System for Drug Discovery and Disease Modelling."

16:10 Presentation by Dr. Kai Erdmann, The University of Sheffield, Entitled "In Vitro and In Vivo Model Systems to Investigate the Molecular Mechanisms of Lowe Syndrome."

16:40 Presentation by Sindhu Naik, The University of Sheffield, Entitled "Establishment & Validation of In-Vitro Disease Model to Study Lowe Syndrome and Dent II Disease."

17:00 Coffee Break and Networking

17:30 Presentation by Kinga Kosim, The University of Sheffield, Entitled "Establishment and Validation of an In Vitro Model for Crohn’s Disease."

17:50 Presentation by Claudia Beaurivage, Galapagos BV, University of Sheffield, Entitled "High-Throughput Microfluidic Gut-on-a-Chip Models for Drug Discovery and Target Validation in Inflammatory Bowel Disease."

18:10 Presentation by Dr. Meike van der Zande, RIKILT - Wageningen University & Research (invited speaker), Entitled "Human Gut-on-a-Chip as a Predictive Model for Compound Bioavailability and Toxicity."

18:40 Close of Meeting



This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement No 674983.

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