Training on advanced cell culture and data management systems
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Owner/Developer: Douglas Connect GmbH (DC)
The training organised at Douglas Connect facilities in Basel is dedicated to scientists from industry, academia, consultancy and CROs interested in the application of advanced cell culture systems and to get familiar with the latest approaches related to experimental data management and integrated in vitro - in silico approaches.
The training includes both theory and practices of advanced cell culture techniques and data management practices through a combination of lectures, demonstrations and practical hands-on experience.
The Quasi Vivo® system developed by Kirkstall Ltd. (United Kingdom) is an advanced interconnected cell culture flow system, engineered to provide in vivo like conditions for cell growth.
The event combines hands-on training with seminar sessions to ensure participants have all the necessary skills and knowledge to commence work using 3D and flow conditions for either academic or commercial research.
Workshops, Hands-on training, Lecture
Students, Researchers, Teachers and educators, Technicians
Academia, Industry, Contract Research Organizations (CROs), Consulting
Continuing Professional Development
Computational methods, In vitro methods
Full coverage (a dedicated course)
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Integrated in vitro / in silico approaches
Skills and knowledge to use 3D and flow conditions for either academic or commercial research
Data management practices
Certificate of participation
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