This conference will review the current state of the art for organ-on-a-chip technologies, and where the bottle necks and future directions lay. Attendees will benefit from hearing a candid and critical perspective on the technology by leading academics, end users, regulators and manufacturers, and determine if the technology is currently able to replace more conventional approaches (including those reliant on animal research) and, if not, where the remaining gaps are.
Anyone from the scientific community who is either already working in this area of complex in vitro systems or who is interested in learning more is encouraged to attend this conference and explore this new exciting and promising area of research.
All attendees, particularly researchers in the early stages of their career, are invited to submit a poster abstract for consideration to participate in the poster session. The deadline to submit an abstract is 2 October.
There are a variety of bursaries available for this meeting and members of the Biochemical Society will receive a discount. The earlybird registration deadline is 2 October.
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