The hDMT institute (Institute for human Organ and Disease Model technologies) is a precompetitive non-profit technological R&D institute, initiated in the Netherlands. This institute integrates state-of-the-art human stem cell technologies with top level engineering, physics, chemistry, biology, clinical and pharmaceutical expertise from academia and industry to develop and valorize human organ and disease models-on-a-chip. Subscribe to the hDMT Newsletter.
A consortium led by hDMT Researcher Roland Kanaar (Erasmus MC) has received a grant from the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) in the NWO programme Building Blocks of Life. The project team will visualize and quantitate the fundamental process of the DNA damage response (DDR) in tumors from individual cancer patients, using a microfluidic cancer-on-chip approach.
7 March 2017 PPP Day Innovation through co-creation (Utrecht, The Netherlands)
21-22 March 2017 ICT.OPEN The Conference for ICT-Research in the Netherlands (Amersfoort, The Nederlands)
2-3 May 2017 International Organ-on-Chip Symposium (Lausanne, Switzerland)
10-11 May 2017: Organ-On-A-Chip Europe 2017 (Munich, Germany)
19 - 20 June 2017: 1st Nano-Fabrication, Devices & Metrology Workshop (Eindhoven, The Netherlands)
26-30 June 2017: Microfactories for tissue engineering, or: Regeneratiosn-on-a-chip (Davos, Switzerland)
20-24 August 2017: 10th Worls Congress on Alternatives and Animal Use in the Life Sciences (Seattle, Washington USA)
8 - 13 April 2018 Keystone Symposium: Organs- and Tissues-on-Chips (Big Sky, Montana, USA)