12 Jul Symposium: Let’s Break Barriers in Organoid Technology
It feels like it was just yesterday that the OrganoVIR project had its kick-off. Soon, the OrganoVIR project will come to an end. To celebrate, on the 26th of August 2022, OrganoVIR will be hosting its last symposium. Would you like to find out what it takes to break barriers in organoid technology? Then make sure that you sign up for our symposium!
During this event, topics such as biopharmaceutical manufacturing, virology, and viral infection will be presented by international experts from different science fields. For our symposium, we have selected three speakers; Colin Clarke (Principal Investigator at the National Institute for Bioprocessing Research and Training), Adithya Sridhar (Senior Scientist at Amsterdam UMC), and Ujjwal Neogi (Associate Professor of Virology at Karolinska Institutet). During the event, Colin Clarke will elucidate you on techniques of biopharmaceutical manufacturing, Adithya Sridhar will take you through the complex in vitro models for virology, and Ujjwal Neogi will discuss systems biology and viral infection.
To see the full programme, click on the button below.symposium programme
Would you like to know more about organoid technology and virology? Then register for our symposium! The deadline for registering is the 12th of August 2022. The registration is 5 euros (you will be served lunch during the symposium) and you can pay by scanning the QR code that we have included below with your phone camera.
NOTE: when making the payment, make sure to add your first and last name as a message (you will see the option to ‘add a message’).
We only have 47 spots available, so make sure you register now!