WEBINAR: Mechanical biomarkers for 3D in vitro models.
Join us for an innovative webinar (headed by Dr. Kanupriya Khurana) on examining cells, tissues, hydrogels, organoids, and spheroids in fibrosis, cancer, and tumor conditions by leveraging nanoindentation and micro-mechanical screening.
We’ll explore these technologies’ role in identifying mechanical biomarkers in 3D in vitro disease models, offering a comprehensive view of disease prediction, diagnosis, and treatment. This session is ideal for researchers, healthcare professionals, and enthusiasts eager to grasp the latest developments in this dynamic field. Don’t miss this opportunity to engage with our expert panel and delve into this fascinating subject matter.
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13th July 2023 | 1630hrs CET | Register on Zoom
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