Catch us at the following events
Sept 13 2021
Sept 15 2021
ELRIG Networking Event
Webinar: Sept 16 2021 | 10AM EDT | 3PM BST | 4PM CEST
Liver-on-Chip and In Silico Modeling for Quantitative Drug Metabolism Studies
This webinar will examine the benefits of combining LOAC with in silico modeling to explore clinical PK predictions of specific reference drugs, including investigations into the intrinsic clearance determinations for high metabolically stable compounds and the quantitation of fractions metabolized by specific enzymes.
Sept 26 2021
Oct 5 – 6 2021
EACR Goodbye Flat Biology: Next Generation Cancer Models
Join our Senior Scientist Dr Tudor Petreus for a poster presentation – Pharmacokinetic profiles revisited in 3D microfluidic tumour models.
Oct 19 2021
ELRIG Drug Discovery 2021
Catch some of our past events on-demand
Webinar Series 1 Episode 1
An Introduction to Organ-On-a-Chip
The Future of Pre-clinical Drug Research. Join Vaish Manoharan, Account Manager at CN Bio.
Webinar Series 1 Episode 2
The Scars of Fat
The Transability of 3D NASH Microtissues To Model Human/murine NASH. Join Dr Michele Vacca, Clinical Research Associate Institute of Metabolic Science, TVP Lab at University of Cambridge
Webinar Series 1 Episode 3
Go with the Flow
Application of Microfluidic 3D Liver Chip Models To Genotoxicity Testing. Join Dr Renato Cardoso, Scientific Director of Genetic Toxicology and Dr Thalita Zanoni, Senior Research Scientist at Charles River Laboratories (Montreal – Canada)
Webinar Series 1 Episode 4
A Regulators Viewpoint
Establishing Strategies To Evaluate Microphysiological Systems for Drug Development. Join Dr Alexandre Ribeiro, Staff Fellow (Biological Scientist) at the FDA.
Webinar Series 2 Episode 1
The Rhythm of Life
Using Microfluidics To Mimic Blood Flow in Single- and Multi-Organ-on-a-Chip Models. Join Dr Graham Broder, Associate Director Engineering and Alysha Bray, Scientist at CN Bio.
Webinar Series 2 Episode 2
Testing on Humans
How to Predict Hepatotoxicity and Drug Clearance Ahead of Clinical Trials Using Liver-on-a-Chip. Join Dr Tomasz Kostrzewski, Director of Biology at CN Bio
Webinar Series 2 Episode 3
A Microphysiological Model of Metastatic Progression
Using systems to model metastatic progression. Join Dr Amanda Clark, Research Assistant Professor at University of Pittsburgh.
Webinar Series 2 Episode 4
Engineering Mucosal Barriers
From Organoids to Organs-on-Chips with Professor Linda Griffith, S.E.T.I. Professor of Biological and Mechanical Engineering Research
Director of the Center for Gynepathology Research at MIT
Webinar Series 3 Episode 1
Towards a Body-on-a-Chip:
The Value of Multi-Organ MPS for Human-Relevant Drug Assessment. Join Dr Tomasz Kostrzewski, Director of Biology at CN Bio for a brand new webinar exploring how single and multi-organ MPS can be incorporated into your drug discovery and development workflows to increase translation of pre-clinical assays.
Webinar Series 3 Episode 2
Pathologically Scarred by Fibrosis:
How To Model and Quantify Human NASH in a Microphysiological System. Non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) is a widespread disease affecting up to ~12% of the US population – characterized by lipid accumulation in hepatocytes, infiltration of immune cells and fibrosis of the liver. Replicating liver fibrosis is a key element in any in vitro NASH model, however, it is normally poorly assessed, unquantifiable and has a limited dynamic range.
Webinar Series 3 Episode 3
Formulating a New Approach to Pharmacokinetics and Cell State Control
Understand the biological implications of sequential batch feeding of cells in conventional in vitro experiments.
Webinar Series 3 Episode 4
Bringing Life to PK Profiles
In Vivo-Relevance From an In Vitro Environment. In this webinar, we will introduce a new MPS platform designed to address these challenges: the PhysioMimix™ PK – a novel microformulator developed by CN Bio.
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