We are partner organization in the EUROoC!
We are partner organization in the European interdisciplinary training network for organ-on-chip technology (EUROoC)
What does it mean to work with organ-on-chip? What is 3R? Where are the opportunities and benefits for understanding human cellular mechanisms, modeling human diseases, and screening drugs?
The field of organ-on-chip (OoC) rapidly moved forward due to its promising impact on drug development and personalized disease treatment. Because of this, EUROoC, the first European training program on OoC, was founded. Participants from different disciplines, such as biology, engineering, medicine, physics and chemistry come together. The common aim: the reduction of animal experiments. The University Hospital Jena is represented by the doctoral student Aina Kehinde Oluwasegun and our biotech chips.
EUROoC invites you to a virtual lab tour in the clip “Organ-on-Chip and the 3R: A virtual lab tour”. Here you will get insights into the Europe-wide OoC research.
Our biochips are presented in minutes three and five.
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