3rd International Symposium on Organ Chips and Biomedical Big Data

March 28- 30 2019

About the event

MARCH 04, 2019

March 28-30, 2019. Co-sponsored by Southeast University, Columbia University and Jiangbei New District of Nanjing, School of Biological Science and Medical Engineering, Southeast University, State Key Laboratory of Bioelectronics, Southeast University, Jiangbei New District Innovation Institute, Southeast University, the “3rd International Symposium on Organ Chips and Biomedical Data” was held in Jiangbei New District, Nanjing, the ancient capital of the Six Dynasties. The conference invited famous experts, scholars and entrepreneurs engaged in biomedical engineering research in institutions of higher learning, research institutes, biomedical engineering related companies to conduct in-depth conversations to discuss organ-on-a-chip, 3D bioprinting , biomedical big data, etc.

The latest research direction of biomedical engineering shows the latest scientific research achievements and builds a platform for biomedical engineering research units and biomedical engineering enterprises to combine production, study and research, and jointly promote the basic research and industrial development of biomedical engineering in China. The academic exchanges of the conference ranged from foreign scholars’ reports, conference invitation reports, collecting academic papers and abstracts from various biomedical engineering workers and collecting conference proceedings.

Participating speakers

Professor Wei Sun, the chief scientist of SunP, was invited to participate in the conference. On the morning of March 30th, he gave a presentation titled “ Bio 3D Printing In Vitro Tissue Model and Application in Pharmacology and Toxicology Detection ”, which mainly introduced the progress of several scientific research projects with 3D bioprinting as the theme, including class-based three-dimensional printing of the biological brain tissue construct, constructing micro chips and kidney filtration and renal toxicity testing applications in the kidney, 3D bioprinting hiPSC amplification, hepatocyte differentiation, and microchip drug toxicity and efficacy studies. It created a very healthy discussion.

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