Advances in 3D Cell Culture is an event that aims to promote research and networking in this field of science by providing hands-on training opportunities, conferences, lectures, research poster presentations, and the display of products and solutions on current and emerging topics in the area of 3D cell culture. In our upcoming conference, attendees will have the opportunity to network with experts, gain insight into how startups and industry are utilizing 3D cell culture technologies to accelerate research and development, and discuss the potential of in-vitro cell culture models in replacing animal models. Additionally, attendees will have the opportunity to gain knowledge about developments in artificial organ engineering, with a special focus on organoids and spheroids, organ-on-chip, 3D bioprinting, data analysis, and regulatory guidelines for alternatives to animal testing methods. The larger goal is to fuel collaborations between different researchers working in this area, streamline and harmonize their efforts, and improve the preparedness of our country to adopt such models for biological, preclinical, and toxicological research.
Two day International Conference on Advances in 3D Cell Culture: Join thought-provoking discussions, keynote presentations, and panel sessions led by global leaders in the field. Explore the latest advancements, breakthroughs, and applications of 3D cell culture methodologies.
1. Masters students
2. PhD scholars
3. Post doctoral scientists
4. Professors and Scientists
5. Start ups
7. Industry professionals
8. 3D cell culture enthusiasts
TALK SESSIONS :
Session 1: Advances in organoids and tumoroid developments: characterization and applications
Organoids and spheroids are cutting-edge three-dimensional cell culture models that have revolutionized biomedical research. These miniature structures greatly resemble organs and tissues and are grown in vitro. They allow researchers to closely mimic the behavior of human tissues and organs, providing insights into drug efficacy, toxicity, and disease progression. Their 3D nature more accurately represents the in vivo conditions, making them crucial tools in advancing our understanding of human biology and developing novel therapeutic strategies.
Dr. Clive Roper
Director, Roper Toxicology Consulting Limited
Clive graduated with a PhD in in vitro dermal metabolism and toxicology from Newcastle University in 1994 followed by a post-doctoral research position in human nutrition.
Dr. Indumathi Mariappan
Research Scientist , LV Prasad Eye Institute, India
Dr. Tuli dey
Assistant professor, Savithribai Phule University, Pune
Dr. Rajarshi Pal
Co-Founder & Chief Scientist, Eyestem Research, India
Dr. Rajarshi Pal brings a unique blend of 18+ years experience in the industry and academia on stem cell biology and regenerative medicine.
Dr. Abdullah Chand
Founder , Cellsion Technologies Pvt Ltd, India
Ms. Nikita Naik
Research Associate -II, Acasta Health Pvt Ltd
Dr. Subhadra Dravida
Founder, Transcell group
Session 2: 3D bioprinting for the development of artificial organs
3D bioprinting, a revolutionary technique, combines the engineering genius of 3D printing and the potential of biological sciences, to print complex, functional tissue and organ systems using building blocks like cells and biopolymers. This technique has significant applications in th field of organ transplantation, regenratibe medicine, drug toxicity screening and much more.
Dr. Dimitrious Lamprou
Professor, Queen's University, United Kingdom
Prof. Claus-Michael Lehr
Professor, Helmholtz Institute for Pharmaceutical Research Saarland (HIPS)
Dr. Kaushik Chatterjee
Professor, Indian Institute of Science-Bangalore
Dr. Anil Kumar P.R.
Dr. Anil Kumar P.R., Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences & Technology, India
Session 3: AI/ML and Data analysis in 3D culture
Learn about the potential of AIML in data processing of 3D cell culture-based models.
Session 4: Organ-on-a-chip for preclinical and biological research
Organ-on-chip systems are micro-engineered systems that, while not visually identical to human organs, mimic the mechanical properties as well as the functioning of a living organ. They are embedded with microchambers and microvessels that allow a continuous supply of nutrients and oxygen. Organ-on-chip models, often abbreviated as OOCs, provide physiological relevant and yet powerful alternatives to existing 2D and animal models for researchers in academia and pharmaceutical industries for a wide range of biomedical applications.
Dr. Sriram Gopu
Assistant Professor, National University of Singapore
Dr. Karthik Mahesh
Associate Director, MedTech Rapid Prototyping µFab
Dr. Massimo Alberti
Session 5: Regulatory guidelines for alternative to animal testing methods
Over the past few years, 3D cell culture methods have gained increasing interest as alternative to animal models for preclinical and biological research, owing to their benefits over the conventional animal models. Based on their importance and potential, the FDA Modernization
Act 2.0, emphasizes on adoption of the alternative methods to animal testing, such as the computational methods and the microphysiological systems.
Dr. Hajime Kojima
President, Japanese Society for Alternatives to Animal Experiments, Japan
Dr. Christian Pellevoisin
Scientific Director and Toxicologist, MatTek Life Sciences
Dr. M. A. Akbarsha
General Secretary, Society for Alternatives to Animal Experiments, India
Dr. Shridhar Narayanan
Sr. Technical Advisor-Innovation, Indian Pharmaceutical Alliance, India
Contact research organizations have the knowledge, capabilities, processes and procedures that are needed to develop and run a successful clinical trial, while ensuring trial quality and compliance with national and international standards. Working with a contract research organization can offer innovative tools that can increase efficiencies, leading to decreased timelines and cost. Do not miss this opportunity of getting introduced to and connecting with a number of CROs working in the field of 3D cell culture.
Dr. Kasturi Mahadik will be the moderator of this session.
Dr. Kasturi Mahadik
Chief Manager Centre for Predictive Model Systems
Future of alternative to animal models (Start-up pitch)
In this platform session, we provide a platform to the up-and-coming start-ups working in the 3D cell culture to present their unique and innovative ideas and services. Start-ups are the future companies set to rule the market. Join us the conference and make sure you have these future leaders in your network!
Participate in our interactive poster sessions to present your work and engage with professionals at the top of the field. This is your chance to network with leading experts, share your research, and gain valuable insights. Interact with peers and subject matter experts, fostering meaningful connections and discussions. Plus, there are exciting prizes and acknowledgments awaiting the most outstanding contributions.
Don’t miss this opportunity to showcase your research and advance your career!
- 3D Bioprinting
- Organoids, spheroids, and Tumoroids
- Tissue Engineering and Toxicology Applications
3D CELL CULTURE EXHIBITION
The 3D cell culture Expo provides a platform for Industry and Startups to revitalize and showcase cell culture related products, instrumentations and technological innovation to attendees of the conference.
Why you should not miss this!
- Build new business relationships in Cell culturel Industry.
- Gain industry knowledge and enhance collaboration.
- Present and discuss your ideas with peers and leaders.
- Have access to leads and raise brand awareness.
- Meet a diverse set of successful and engaging industry professionals.
- Network with like-minded individuals, industry decision-makers, and senior leaders in the Cell Culture sector.
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