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QM hosts new Organ-on-a-chip Research symposia

22 September 2020

Organ on a chip network logo
Organ on a chip network logo
QMUL has launched a new e-symposia series with research presentations related to organ-on-a-chip and other predictive in vitro models. The symposia are part of the UK Organ-on-a-chip Technologies Network which is funded via the Technology Touching Life scheme and directed by Prof Hazel Screen and Prof Martin Knight, both bioengineers at QMUL.

The next symposium takes place on 14th October 1:30-4:00pm with an international keynote from Prof Gordana Vunjak-Novakovic, from Columbia University, New York, who will be talking about "Human "organs on a chip" platforms for modeling physiology and disease".

Visit the website to register or to submit abstracts for future symposia
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