Nijmegen, The Netherlands
12-13 September, 2019
On September 12-13, 2019 the NOCI retreat will be organized in Utrecht for NOCI PhD-students/Postdocs (on invitation only).
3-4 July, 2019
The EUROoC conference series aims to gather the research leaders in the emerging field Organs-on-Chip (OoC) with a special focus on young and upcoming scientists. The extremely interdisciplinary field of OoC research is rapidly growing while new and innovative systems are constantly being developed. However, a variety of engineering challenges are remaining, which the OoC field has to address as a whole to enable a sustainable growth of this breakthrough technology.
The EUROoC is a scientific meeting focused on the challenges in the process of designing, fabricating, and implementing microphysiological cell culture systems addressing topics such as microfabrication of 3D matrices, integration of miniaturised sensors, microfluidic interfacing, cellular engineering, parallelization and automation.
EUROoC 2019 Conference covers all aspects related to the research, development and application of Organ-on-Chips. Scientists and developers are invited to submit their original contributions in one or more of the following topics:
• Micro- and Nanoengineering
• Microfluidic interfacing
• Actuators for dynamic culture environments
• Integrated sensors
• Cellular engineering
• 3D cell culture environments
Leiden, the Netherlands
5-6 June, 2019
For NOCI members only!
The two day practical training will be organised on 5-6 June 2019, at the LUMC in Leiden. The program will start on Thursday ~11 hr and end on Friday around 15 hr.
Vlieland, The Netherlands
22-25 May, 2019
On May 22-25, 2019 the second NOCI “Troppo Breve” meeting will be organized at Vlieland.
Utrecht, The Netherlands
7-8 March, 2019
On March 7-8, 2019 the NOCI retreat will be organized in Utrecht for PhD-students/Postdocs on invitation only.
Groningen, the Netherlands
19 December, 2018
This mini-symposium is co-organized by the Department of Genetics of the UMCG (in the context of the Netherlands Organ-On-Chip Initiative (NOCI) Gravitation grant program) and the UMCG Technology Symposia Series.
10:00-10:40 Robert Barrett
Department of Medicine, Cedars-Sinai, Los Angeles
Intestine-Chip: A new way to study intestinal disorders by combining iPSC-derived intestinal organoid and small micro-engineered Chip technologies
10:50-11:30 Ben Maoz
Sagol School of Neuroscience & Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Tel Aviv University
A linked organ-on-chip model of the human neurovascular unit reveals the metabolic coupling of endothelial and neuronal cells
11:40-12:20 Loes Segerink
The BIOS Lab-on-a-Chip Group, University of Twente, Enschede
The technical challenges in organ-on-chip systems
12:20-13:30 Lunch with speakers (herefore reservation required, please send before December 16th an e-mail to Sebo Withoff: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Human Organ and Disease Model Technologies (hDMT) representative of the UMCG,
Dept. of Genetics, UMCG
6-7 December, 2018
The two day practical training will be organised on 6-7 December 2018, at the University Twente in Enschede. The program will start on Thursday ~11 hr and end on Friday around 15 hr.
8-9 November, 2018
Inserm Workshop “Organ-on-chip: understanding and mimicking living organisms for better treatment”, phase II Technical Workshop
Lyon and Grenoble, France
22-25 October, 2018
ORGANIZERS: Nathalie PICOLLET D’HAHAN (CEA-BGE-Biomics, Grenoble), Donald K. MARTIN (TIMC-
IMAG, UGA, Grenoble), Christophe MARQUETTE (ICBMS-Université Lyon1-CNRS, Villeurbanne).
A practical workshop of 4 days with one group of 8 persons focusing on:
1) 3D scaffold manufacturing by using 3D printing technologies (computer aided design, introduction to 3D printing technologies, bioinks, bioreactors) (2 days);
2) Biomaterials and biomembranes (Polyelectrolytes-based biomembranes, self-assembling biopolymers, imaging) (1 day) and
3) Skin bioengineering; flow-focussing microencapsulation; 3D Bioprinting, Skin-on-Chip platform) (1 day).
These 3 workshops will be sequentially organized and coordinated by Christophe Marquette (3d.Fab, Lyon); Don Martin (TIMC- IMAG, UGA, Grenoble) and Nathalie Picollet-D’hahan (CEA-BGE-Biomics, Grenoble).
SELECTION: One group of 8 persons will be selected among Phase I participants. Everyone follows the 3 workshops sequentially between Lyon (2 days) and Grenoble (2 days).
Leiden, The Netherlands
17-19 October, 2018