Live Cell Culture course opening in 3D



Join the Live Cell Culture course opening in 3D!


The second online edition of the Cell Culture Course is coming and you will have the opportunity to watch the opening live of the course with Dr. Rodrigo De Vecchi from Episkin!


We will free access for the general public that is interested in knowing one of the possibilities of application of 3D cultivation: skin engineering for testing and development of cosmetics.


On the day of the live, we will disclose the link to the Youtube page where the live will be broadcast. Stay tuned, as we’ll let you know here!

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About the guest:
Dr. Rodrigo De Vecchi is CEO of EPISKIN Brasil, leader in Tissue Bioengineering. EPISKIN provides technology to encourage alternative methods in Brazil with internationally validated models of reconstructed skin and epithelial tissues.


About the 3D Cultivation Course:
The Cell Cultivation Course in 3D has been reformulated and now you will be able to access the theoretical content online!
The course consists of video classes, which you can watch at your own pace, lives and recorded conversations with experts from national and international startups who work in the area, suggestions for scientific articles to deepen your knowledge and discussion forum so that you can answer any questions. throughout the course.

This edition will feature a novelty: we will make available a bonus video showing the main techniques for the formation of spheroids!


By the end of the course, you will be able to understand the cell biology of mesenchymal and pluripotent stem cells, mechanisms of inflammation and tissue regeneration and the use of these cell sources in the area of advanced regenerative medicine products. You will learn about the state-of-the-art of tissue engineering and its evolution to bioprinting, including the types of bioprinting to understand the different techniques and their applications. You will be able to understand the importance of 3D cultivation models in tissue engineering for drug testing and infection studies, such as the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19. In addition, you will discover promising technologies such as microfluidics.


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