Our collaboration with Nihon Kohden and Tokyo Women’s Medical University is presented.
Stay tuned for more information about this event on October 13th! http://tedxleamingtonspa.com/2018-event/
https://www.termis.org/wc2018/ On September 7th, CSO speaks about monogenic disease modeling using NuHeart™ technology during TERM for heart, blood vessel & lung session. 99-O-5: Personalized micro-3D human heart tissues for orphan drug development Tetsuro Wakatsuki，Neil Daily，Pinar Kemanli， Michael Greenberg，Jennifer Strande InvivoSciences, Inc. Madison Wisconsin, USA, Washington University, St. Louis, Medical College of Wisconsin.
InvivoSciences, Inc. is collaborating with Drs. Elson and Qian to establish a novel mathematical model to understand the development of cardiac fibrosis during heart failure. The model will be used to identify and validate new therapeutic targets to prevent, slow, or reverse cardiac fibrosis. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0079610718301135
Goldman Sachs 10,000 small business SUMMIT Industry leaders, experts, and policymakers will speak with CEO during the two-day interactive program.
Dr. Brian Carlson is presenting an abstract entitled, “Simulating Drug-induced Arrhythmia Sensitivity Using An Expression-based Theoretical Model of Human iPSC-derived Cardiomyocytes” at Cardiac, Smooth, and Skeletal Muscle Electrophysiology and Regulation Session in Esplanade Room 154 on Tuesday, Feb 20 12:45 PM. Moscone Center San Francisco, CA
February 13-14, 2018 IVS was invited to attend Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Summit: The Big Power of Small Business, one of the largest ever gatherings of small business owners focused on charting a path to help small businesses grow and compete successfully. The summit will be held in Washington, D.C.
Our collaborator, Dr. Brian Carlson, in University of Michigan, Ann Abor is presenting the following abstract at 62nd Annual Meeting of Biophysical Society in San Francisco, CA February 17-21, 2018 Simulating Drug-Induced Arrhythmia Sensitivity Using an Expression-based Theoretical Model of Human iPSC-derived Cardiomyocytes Xin Gao1, Yue Yin 2, Neil J. Daily 2, Tyler Engel 2, Li Pang 3, Brian…