An open house event

Bioprinting and Beyond

Discover the latest advances in 3D bioprinting technologies

About the event

Location

CELLINK HQ

3rd floor
Långfilsgatan 1, Gothenburg

Attendance

When

25 Jan 2023

16:00 - 17:30

Followed by networking

At CELLINK we continue to apply our industry-leading expertise and passion to drive advancements in all aspects of bioprinting and 3D cell culture. To showcase our latest innovations, we are pleased to invite you to an open house event.

Join us for an exclusive inside look, meet our team and hear from experts using CELLINK’s technologies to tackle healthcare challenges.

Discover the capabilities of our latest products including the BIO CELLX biodispenser and our newest DLP bioprinter the BIONOVA X. You’ll get the opportunity to chat with our experts and connect with other professionals from the bioprtinting community.

Register by 20th January to save your seat. Spots are limited.

Agenda

16:00 – 16:10 | Welcome to CELLINK
Cecilia Edebo
CEO, CELLINK

16:10 – 16:30 | Customer spotlight: 3D bioprinting personalized architecture of human tissue to treat diseases
Prof. Stina Simonsson
University of Gothenburg

16:30 – 16:50 | Customer spotlight: Bioprinting vascularised liver organoids
Kajsa Kanebratt
Associate Principal Scientist, DMPK, Research and Early Development CVRM, AstraZeneca Gothenburg

16:50 – 17:10 | BIO CELLX: The latest advancement in 3D cell culture automation
Paulo Godoy
Senior Application Scientist, 3D Cell Culture, CELLINK

17:10 – 17:30 | The power of DLP high-definition 3D bioprinting: BIONOVA X
Isabella Bondesson, Applications Scientist, CELLINK

17:30 – 18:30 | Drinks & Networking
Opportunity to experience our cutting-edge bioprinters up and close

Time
Session
Speaker

16:00 – 16:10

Welcome to CELLINK

Cecilia Edebo
CEO, CELLINK

16:10 – 16:30

This session will focus on 3D bioprinting for advanced medicinal products (ATMP) for cartilage lesions, meniscus, and urethra. Cartilage lesions can occur after injuries and are found in patients suffering from osteoarthritis. Dr. Simonsson will share lessons learned and what is yet to be discovered.

Prof. Stina Simonsson
University of Gothenburg

16:30 – 16:50

During recent years, 3D cultures of liver cells has emerged as a new model to study both drug metabolism and target engagement. However, current models do not include all liver cell types and do not form a vascularized structure. These features are needed to thoroughly evaluate the potential drug effect in liver disease since drug targets not necessarily are expressed in hepatocytes, the most abundant liver cell type. Therefore we are aiming to 3D-bioprint the different liver cell types into a structured organoid with vasculature. These constructs have the potential to better mimic disease and drug effect in human and hence could be a valuable translational tool in drug discovery.

Kajsa Kanebratt
Associate Principal Scientist, DMPK, Research and Early Development CVRM, AstraZeneca Gothenburg

16:50 – 17:10 

Discover how the BIO CELLX will revolutionize and simplify the 3D cell culture workflow. Learn about the new technical advancements that make this system unique such as bioinks, cell mixing cartridge, clean chamber sterile environment, validated geometries, new automated calibration, and nozzle priming system. A demonstration of the BIO CELLX Studio software will guide the users through the entire biodispensing process. Finally, learn how the BIO CELLX can increasing reproducibility and the quality of cell experiments in key applications.

Paulo Godoy
Senior Application Scientist, 3D Cell Culture, CELLINK

17:10 – 17:30

The BIONOVA X uses high definition DLP 3D bioprinting technology to fabricate fine resolution bioprinting devices, for scaffolding purposes as well as cell embedded applications. Learn how this patented continuous printing process enables a 10 micron resolution, multi-stiffness constructs and high throughput capabilities across applications ranging from tissue engineering, regenerative medicine and disease modelling to precision biofabrication. There will also be an on-site demonstration of how to use and set up experiments on the BIONOVA X, showing how to add multiple structures and assigning different parameters to optimize printing results.

Isabella Bondesson,
Application Scientist, CELLINK

17:30 – 18:30

Drinks & Networking: Take the opportunity to experience our cutting-edge bioprinters 

Register by January 20th
to save your spot.