Organ-on-a-chip: current gaps and future directions – ON DEMAND
Organ-on-a-Chip is a hot topic and one of keen interest to many scientists working in translational sciences. Whilst the technology is still in its infancy, Organ-on-a-Chip is expected to deliver game changer solutions and progressively increase our capacity to gain greater insight into mechanisms of human disease, toxicity and early efficacy assessment of new therapies.
This conference was originally held in December 2019 and the speaker presentations are now available to watch on demand. These talks will review where the current state of the art is, where the bottle necks are and where the future directions lay. Join us online to 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 able to replace more conventional approaches and, if not, where the remaining gaps are.
Anyone from the scientific community who is either already working in the 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.
The talks will be available from Monday 29 June until Sunday 19 July 2020. During this time, registrants will be able to submit questions for the speakers.