Cells, Organs, and Labs on a Chip: Tissue Microenvironments

Chair(s):
Koppes, R., Northeastern University
Co-chair(s):
Fahlenkamp, H., Oklahoma State University
San-Miguel, A., North Carolina State University

This session will include abstracts covering the development of chip-based technologies that model cell, tissue, and organ function with minimalist and microscale approaches. This approach could have applications on drug development, augmenting clinical and pre-clinical studies, with an eye toward recreating or partially capturing human physiology. Chip technologies can include microfluidics, cells and biomaterials, dynamic extracellular signals, and perhaps even multiple tissues/organs linked together toward whole-body integration.

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AIChE Members $150.00
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Non-Members $225.00