Current Applications of Organs-on-a-Chip for the Pharmaceutical Industry
During this 2 day hands-on training session hosted by Mimetas you will learn everything about the current applications of Organ-on-a-Chip within the Pharmaceutical Industry. Together with CN Bio and TissUse we are providing lectures & hands-on trainings on lung, kidney and skin-liver models. The 2 day training will be kicked off by a keynote of the European Medicine Agency.
Agenda will be soon available.
NOTE: The participation for this hands-on training requires preregistration. Please preregister according to sectors specified.
By the end of September all accepted and rejected participants who preregistered will be informed. The selected participants will be required to pay the appropriate amount for registration as follows:
Private Sector 590 euros
Non-Private Sector 470 euros (20% Off)
Student 350 euros (40% Off)
Webinar 50 euros
* Price is without VAT. The fee is identical for every event
More topics for 2017 are available under the organizer name CAAT Academy
If you wish to advertise during this session, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
What's the refund and cancellation policy?
Refunds are available only if Mimetas or CAAT Academy cancels the event. This is stated on the participant?s receipt once registered. However, tickets may be transferable if the ticket holder is unable to attend the event. In principle the ticket may only be transferred within the same price category but a final decision will be made at CAAT Academy's discretion..
Do I actually manipulate in the lab?
Each hands-on training is scheduled to last for 2-Days. In these two days, the hands-on trainings encompass 20% Lectures and 80% Laboratory practices. In other words, for about more than a day and a half of the trainings each participant will able to actively manipulate in the laboratory in small groups of 3-4 people. Therefore, some preliminary knowledge for cell culture in the lab is mandatory.
What is the difference between ?private? sector and ?non-private? sector?
The participant must choose the "private? sector in case his/her organization has any commercial activities e.g. selling products or services to third parties.