Join us at the MPS World Summit 2022

We are delighted to be attending the inaugural Microphysiological Systems (MPS) World Summit in New Orleans – May 30th – June 3rd

This event brings together a global audience of key stakeholders to shape the future roadmap for MPS technologies, train the next generation of MPS scientists and share valuable insights.

Come and say hello – booth #122

Our team of experts will be available to meet you at booth #122 to answer all your questions.

You can also view a snapshot of our activities throughout the week below.

Customers: don’t forget to sign up for our update meeting and dinner here.

David Hughes, CEO

Brian Manning, US Head of Sales

Tomasz Kostrzewski, VP – Science & Technology

Anthony Berger, Field Application Scientist

Emily Richardson, Lead Scientist

Audrey Dubourg, Product Manager OOC

Poster presentations

POSTER #123

Alveolar and bronchial human microphysiological systems for use in respiratory infection research and therapeutics evaluation.

Emily Richardson, Hailey Sze, Lucy Young, Tomasz Kostrzewski, David Hughes – CN Bio

POSTER #35

Why two organs are better than one: a gut-liver microphysiological system that mimics human oral and intravenous dosing regimens for improved prediction of oral bioavailability

Yassen Abbas, Tomasz Kostrzewski and David Hughes – CN Bio

Educational Workshop

Tuesday 31st May, 9am – Midday

How to effectively use human microphysiological systems to assess ADME properties of novel drug compounds

Tomasz Kostrzewski & Dr Emily Richardson, CN-Bio

Podium Presentation

S1.1 Gastro-intestinal: Tuesday 31st May, 1:30pm – 1:50pm

Characterizing the reproducibility of a liver microphysiological system for assaying drug toxicity, metabolism, and accumulation – joint study by an MPS developer and a regulator

Tomasz Kostrzewski, CN-Bio

Parallel Sessions

S1.2: Tuesday 31st May, 2:15pm – 3:35pm

Moderators: Emily Richardson, CN-Bio, UK and Abhinav Bhushan, Illinois Institute of Technology, USA

88. Complex in vitro models Representing the Pulmonary System
Arno Gutleb, Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology, Luxembourg
2:15 pm – 2:35 pm

44. Development of the Human-Relevant Aerosol Test Platform HUMIMIC–InHALES for Evaluating Respiratory Toxicity and Systemic Effects of Inhaled Aerosols
Kasper Renggli, Philip Morris International, USA
2:35 pm – 2:55 pm

100. An Advanced Drug Screening Platform for Respiratory Viruses
Mirjam Kiener, AlveoliX, Switzerland
2:55 pm – 3:15 pm

Title TBA
Marc Ferrer, National Institutes of Health, National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences, USA.
3:15 pm – 3:35 pm