How to set yourself up for success with organ-on-a-chip
02 Nov 2023
Organ-on-a-chip (OOC) is an experimental tool to improve the human predictivity and cost effectiveness of your preclinical workflows. OOC models are generally comprised of primary human cells that form microtissues in perfused cell culture, recreating the structure and function of human organs and tissues in vitro. Perfusion increases culture longevity and performance over static techniques enabling you to gather deep mechanistic insights into drug mechanism of action to better inform in vivo studies and reduce the number of animals required.
In this webinar, Dr. Gareth Guenigault, lead scientist at CN Bio, will explain how to make OOC a success.
Key learning objectives
- Learn the reasons for adopting OOC into your workflows
- Gain insight into choosing the right solution for you
- Discover how to get started quickly with OOC
- Understand how to avoid common pitfalls
- Explore the best ways to ‘try before you buy’
Who should attend?
Professionals from pharma, biotech, academia, and CRO
C-level, professors, directors, heads of department, group/team leaders, and scientists in the field of toxicology, disease modeling/efficacy testing and ADME.
Certificate of attendance
All webinar participants can request a certificate of attendance, including a learning outcomes summary, for continuing education purposes.