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Rethinking 3D cell culture with IncuCyte: advanced cell cultures from iPSCs and organoids

Apr 14, 2021

So far, researchers have produced organoids that resemble the brain, kidney, lung, intestine, stomach, heart, and liver. This way of culturing tissues offers scientists a detailed view of how organs form and grow, provides new insights on human development and disease, improves drug discovery, and creates new approaches to personalized medicine.

In this webinar, our expert speakers will:

  • Detail how to study induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) and outline commonly used 3D organoid models and applications
  • Provide an overview and update on current techniques to characterize 3D organoid models
  • Discuss the challenges and advantages of 3D organoid models in drug discovery and precision medicine
  • Answer your questions during the live broadcast.

Speaker: Sylvia Boj, Ph.D., Hubrecht Organoid Technology, Utrecht, Netherlands
Wednesday, 14 April 2021,6 p.m. Central Europe (CEST)
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