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Engineering Organoids and Organs

09:00 AM - Sunday 25 August, 2019
This meeting on Engineering Organoids and Organs in San Diego, USA will include a range of topics, including exploring biology with organoids, engineering complexity, new technology frontiers, and disease modeling and therapeutic discovery.

The goal of this Cell Symposium is to bring scientists studying organoids and organ engineering together with bioengineers to discuss the exciting opportunities and challenges for engineering complexity in higher-order organ-like systems and to foster collaborations and synergize efforts toward generating cellular platforms that can address a myriad of unmet needs.

Program available - Register now

Speakers include:
  • Hans Clevers, The Netherlands
  • Fred Gage, USA
  • Penney Gilbert, Canada
  • Tracy Grikscheit, USA
  • Juan Carlos Izpisua Belmonte, USA
  • Rudolf Jaenisch, USA
  • Jürgen Knoblich, Austria
  • Madeline Lancaster, UK
  • Wendell Lim, USA
  • Melissa Little, Australia
  • Matthias Lutolf, Switzerland
  • Guo-Li Ming, USA
  • Hiromitsu Nakauchi, USA
  • Laura Niklason, USA
  • Milica Radisic, Canada
  • Jeremy Rich, USA
  • Toshiro Sato, Japan
  • Barbara Treutlein, Germany
  • Gordana Vunjak-Novakovic, USA
 
Symposium topics:
  • Organ engineering
  • Engineering complexity
  • Promises of precision medicine
  • Technology frontiers
  • Disease modeling and therapeutic discovery