MicroMatrices look forward to meeting clients, colleagues, and collaborators at this year’s Society of Toxicology meeting in Baltimore, between 12-16 March; we can be found at booth #2569 in the ToxExpo.
Once again we will be hosting a lunch at SOT on Wednesday 15 March. Professor Thomas Hartung (Johns Hopkins University) is our guest this year and will be making a short presentation entitled “The Emerging Role of Organotypic models for Toxicology”. We have been collaborating with Thomas over the past year and have an interesting case study to present using our “SpheroMatrices” spheroid tissue microarray.
If you are interested in joining us, please let us know asap (phone/email/app) as spaces will be limited.
POSTERS: In addition we will be presenting some interesting work we have done with chimeric mice tissues:
‘Assessment of Hepatocellular Proliferation in Mouse and Human Hepatocytes in a Novel Humanized FRG KO/NOD Model by Dual Immunofluorescence and Automated Image AnalysisPoster’ Abstract 2946/Board P4440; Wednesday 15th March, CC Exhibit Hall or Hall A (to be advised), 1.15-4.30pm,
And also one on the spheroid work:
‘Scope and Limitations of Current 3D Spheroid Culture Screening Systems’ Poster 3204/P172, Thursday March 16th, CC Exhibit Hall or Hall A (to be advised), 8.30am-11.45pm.
If you would like to make a provisional plan to meet to discuss any ongoing or upcoming projects, or just to catch up, please get in touch; we look forward to hearing from you.
on an interactive, step by step basis. Collaborations can begin with pilot projects which can then be scaled up to larger research programs, according to your requirements.