Panelists:

Hilary Sherman
Hilary Sherman
Senior Applications Scientist
Corning Life Sciences
Dennis Plenker, PhD
Dennis Plenker, PhD
Research Investigator,
Technical Manager Organoid Facility
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
Elizabeth Abraham, PhD
Elizabeth Abraham, PhD
Business Manager,
Advanced Cell Culture
Corning Life Sciences

Originally Aired: September 23, 2021
Time: 8:00 am PT, 11:00 am ET, 17:00 CET

Dimensionality in cell culture is quickly becoming the new normal, especially for drug discovery steps. Developing organoid models that can be used to test and mimic in vivo conditions has extensive advantages that can significantly aid drug developers when creating new therapies. Moreover, patient-derived differentiated cell types can be generated to develop numerous complex tissues and organ-like structures that are being used for precision medicine endeavors. Thus, regardless of the stage for your current research, adding some dimensionality could be the key to unlocking novel pathways or streamlining your current ones.

In this GEN webinar, we will learn more about how patient-derived organoids are being put to use for personalized therapies for diseases such as pancreatic cancer. We will also hear about various screening applications using organoid-derived models. To conclude the webinar, we will find out more about 3D bioprinting and the new entrant into the space that can dispense and print with Matrigel® matrix.

A live Q&A session followed the presentations, offering a chance to pose questions to our expert panelists.


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