3D Cell Culture 2020

  • Author/Organiser: DECHEMA, Gesellschaft für Chemische Technik und Biotechnologie e.V.
  • Event Website: https://dechema.de/3DCC2020.html
  • Event Date: 12 May 2020 to 14 May 2020
  • Event Type: Conference
  • Venue: Freiburg, Germany
  • Associated Societies: DECHEMA (Gesellschaft für Chemische Technik und Biotechnologie e.V.), Germany

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The conference will highlight latest developments in the field of 3D cell cultures from research and application


  • Advanced cell culture models for the understanding of diseases and substance testing, including complex and multi-cell type models as well as models for personalized medicine and in vitro application of patient-derived tissues
  • Translation, clinical and inustrial applications: How can models be turned into solutions? Success stories and current developments both for clinical and industrial applications will be presented. What regulatory aspects need to be considered, and where are the current gaps between 3D models and clinic?
  • Innovative enabling technologies: The successful development and application of 3D cell culture relies on innovative, advanced analytics and specific assay developments as well as imaging technologies. Bioinformatics, systems biology and modelling enable the targeted development of 3D cell culture that can be used in new devices or even 3D printed. High-throughput and automatization allow for shorter time-to-markets

Selected Speakers

  • Mary K. Estes, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX/USA
  • Suzanne C. Fitzpatrick, CFSAN/FDA, College Park Maryland, MD/USA
  • Martin Fussenegger, ETH Zurich/CH
  • Jos Kleinjans, Maastricht University/NL
  • Wolfgang Sommergruber, University of Applied Sciences, Vienna/A


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