3D Cell Culture 2018

Date: 21-Feb-18 to 22-Feb-18
Location: Holiday Inn Kensington Forum / London / United Kingdom
Category: Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals Conferences & Trade Fairs

Building on the sell-out success of the launch event, SMi Group is delighted to announce the return of 3D Cell Culture, taking place on 21 - 22 Feb 2018, in London UK.

3D Cell Culture is rapidly growing with incredible potential for industrial application and a widespread reach that can be seen across many different fields, such as 3D bioprinting and microfluidics.

The 2nd annual conference will explore these overlapping areas and will combine pioneering breakthroughs with scientific research to strengthen your commercial success. Join us for exclusive insight into key topics such as disease models, organoids, organ-on-a-chip technologies, iPSC advances plus much more!


• Gary Allenby, Bus Devt' Dir & CSO, Aurelia Bioscience
• Stefan Przyborski, Scientific Founder, ReInnervate Limited
• Ricardo Baptista, Lead Scientist Process Development, Cell & Gene Therapy Catapult
• Nicholas Leslie, Tumour Biologist, Heriot-Watt University
• Suwan Jaysinghe, Prof of Bioengineering, University College London
• Max Salick, Postdoctoral Researcher, Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research
• Patrick Kugelmeier, Dir of Science, Kugelmeiers
• Vitor Santo, Senior Scientist, Immunocore
• Christopher Schofield, Investigator, GSK
• David Pan, Programme Manager (Regenerative Medicine), UK Regenerative Medicine Platform
• Reyk Horland, Head of Bus Dev't, TissUse GmbH


• Uncover the biology of human neurodevelopment diseases in 3D by merging cutting edge technologies in CRISPR editing and single cell sequencing
• Take a 3D biology approach to overcome challenges for well based screening with insight into electrospun micro-scaffold based biology
• Develop strategies for optimising placement of cells in printing by identifying key developments in the overlap of 3D bioprinting and 3D cell culturing
• Discover new approaches to predictive substance testing through multi-organ-chip organ technology

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