The first « 3D Models in Biology » symposium will take place on June 20th, 2024 at the “Domaine du Haut-Carré” (Talence). We would be delighted to hear from your research and projects on this particular topic!

The focus of the day is on in vitro three-dimensional cellular models developed for biology and medicine. These models, which include organoids, spheroids, organs-on-a-chip and bioprinted tissues, are currently undergoing exponential development, thanks in particular to the coincidence between advances in stem cell biology and bioengineering technologies. As well as being an alternative to animal models, these models are of major interest for developmental biology, disease modeling, drug screening, regenerative and personalized medicine. This research is intrinsically interdisciplinary, requiring the collaboration of biologists, physicians, physicists, chemists and engineers.

The aim of this first edition is to bring together people already using or aiming at developing these models, to share their current or future projects. This symposium should promote interactions between researchers of the ‘Nouvelle Aquitaine’, exchanges of ideas and methods, reinforce existing collaborations and prompt the initiation of new ones.

Registration and abstract submission

The registration is free but mandatory.

Participation to this conference is possible through a poster or an oral presentation:

Hope to see you there!

The scientific committee :

  • Elise Maurat (CRCTB)
  • Isabelle Dupin (CRCTB)
  • Matthieu Raoux (CBMN)
  • Gaelle Recher (LP2N)
  • Vincent Studer (IINS)
  • Christine Varon (BRIC)
  • Hugo De-Oliveira (Biotis)

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