Virtual Conference Exhibition: Organoids
Perhaps now more than ever the need for model systems that are "more human" in nature is apparent, with organoids well-positioned to fill the gap between traditional experimental approaches and true human physiology.
Browse the resources below to learn more about organoids and how STEMCELL is supporting organoid research.
Scientific talks and posters will continue to be added to this page in the near future, so bookmark this page and follow @organoidscience on Twitter for updates.
Watch Scientific Talks and Presentations
“Attend” scientific talks and learn from fellow organoid researchers by watching their webinar.
Catch Our Latest Updates
Find out what STEMCELL scientists have been working on.
Read our posters to learn about the innovative tools our scientists have been developing for your organoid research.
Meet Fellow Scientists
Conferences allow researchers to network and meet other scientists in the same field. Get to know fellow organoid researchers through these interviews, where they tell their stories, discuss their research, and share their opinions.
Jason Spence, PhD
Associate Professor, University of Michigan
- Research Topic: Intestinal Research, Airway Research
Heather McCauley, PhD
Postdoctoral Fellow, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
- Research Topic: Intestinal Research
Juergen Knoblich, PhD
Senior Scientist and Scientific Director
Institute of Molecular Biotechnology, Vienna, Austria
- Research Topic: Neuroscience
Win a Prize
Play a virtual game for a chance to win a prize, such as travel mugs, umbrellas, timers, and tote bags.
Discover New Tools and Technologies
Explore new technologies that can help you efficiently complete your experiments. Take the time to reassess your procedures and plan ahead to maximize your productivity and impact in the lab.
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Organoids: Experts Talk Standardization at Nature Research Round Table
Get key insights from the event on protocol standardization, translation into patient care, nomenclature, and understanding what questions a given organoid culture can and can’t answer.