Hands-on Training Workshop

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Dive deep into the world of 3D cell culture techniques through practical, hands-on sessions led by industry experts. Develop the skills to cultivate organoids and create 3D bioprinted tissues by joining our immersive 3D cell culture workshop. The workshop is designed to provide participants with practical experience offering a unique opportunity to gain invaluable skills. Part of the workshop will be conducted by experts from Azar Innovations, Netherlands focusing on organ-on-chip techniques. Learn the what, why, and how of 3D cell culture and gain a rare edge over fellow colleagues!

Please note the Eligibility criteria:

  • Minimum 6 months experience in mammalian cell culture (preferably adherent cell culture) handling.
  • Basic theoretical knowledge confocal microscopy is a must.
Please note that the workshop requires advanced skills in mammalian cell culture and is not an explorative opportunity.
Who are we looking forward to host:
1. PhD scholars (Academia category)
2. Post doctoral scientists (Academia category)
3. Professors and Scientists (Academia category)
4. Start ups (Start-up category)
5. Industry professionals (Industry category)


Day 1 and Day 2 (29 – 30 January 2024)

We bring you into the technological world of microfluidics with Organ-on-chips. These little devices also called OOCs are an amalgamation of engineering and biology with the ability to recapitulate the functionality of an organ by mimicking the mechanical forces experienced by cells and interaction with other cells and their environment. In OOCs, there is a constant exchange of gases and nutrients and also a possibility of developing gradients of chemical cues for cells.

This hands-on training session will be conducted by experts from Azar Innovations from Netherlands with their exclusive 2-day masterclass! By the end of this masterclass you will be equipped with all the necessary knowledge and skills to create your own Organ-on-chip device!

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Dr. Clive Roper
Dr. Clive Roper

Director, Roper Toxicology Consulting Limited

We begin the second day by gaining a deep understanding of in vitro respiratory toxicology with the highly regarded Dr. Clive Roper, Director of Roper Toxicology Consulting!

Day 3 (31st January 2024)

Dr. Manish Gore
Dr. Manish Gore

Research Scientist, HiMedia Laboratories

We begin the third day with an insightful lecture by Dr. Gore on ‘GLP compliance in Industry and Academia for cell culture’.

3D bioprinting

3D bioprinting 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. 3D bioprinting is the next big thing with huge applications in organ transplantation, personlized medicine and the treatment of various medical conditions. The skills required to successfully bioprint are in great demand in the fields of regenerative medicine and tissue engineering.
Do not miss this chance upgrade your skill set with a highly sought after skill!

Organoid development

Organoids are three-dimensional miniaturized replicas of human organs or tissues that can be grown in vitro from stem cells or tissue-specific cells. They have gained significant importance in the fields of biology, medicine, and drug discovery due to their ability to mimic the structure and function of real organs.
Get Hand-on experience and learn how to develop organoids!

Day 4 (01 February 2024)

Dr. Deepak Modi
Dr. Deepak Modi

Scientist, NIRRCH

High-content imaging and analysis and interpretation of 3D cell culture platforms using sophisticated instruments

High content imaging is a powerful technique in cell biology and drug discovery, allowing for the simultaneous analysis of multiple cellular parameters within individual cells. serves as a versatile and indispensable tool across multiple industries, enabling efficient research, quality control, and innovation in areas as diverse as drug development, personalized medicine, environmental monitoring, and agribusiness. Its capacity to provide detailed insights into complex cellular processes and interactions is crucial for improving products, processes, and treatments in the modern industrial landscape.

GLP compliance in 3D cell model development

Good lab practices are essential for ensuring the accuracy, reproducibility, and safety of scientific experiments, encompassing meticulous record-keeping, proper equipment maintenance, and adherence to safety protocols. The same is true for 3D cell culture techniques!

Attend the workshop and get the widely recognised certification from the Institute of Chemical technology!


The workshop will take place on campus at the Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai.

Venue for the Workshop: Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai

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