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CSO at the Japanese Safety Pharmacology Society Lecture

Dr. Wakatsuki was invited to present at Kirishima Symposium in Tokyo kirishima_4th_poster_jp

Predicting cardiotoxicity with engineered 3D human cardiac tissue models

Contact details: Ayla Annac, CEO/President of lnvivoSciences Inc.  +1-608-628-8035. aannac@ invivosciences.com Cardiovascular safety liabilities caused 52.3 % of 44 marketed data from 1980 to 2011, and cardio­vascular disease remains the leading cause of death globally, yet only 8.7% of cardiovascular drugs successfully pass clinical trials. These statistics demonstrate the need to address a patient’s specific genetic make-up and…
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Distinguished Entrepreneur Lecture Series Spring 2016

InvivoSciences’ CEO/Co-Founder, Ayla Annac, has been invited to speak at the BME Tong Distinguished Entrepreneur Lecture Series Spring 2016. She will be presenting on Friday, March 11 2016 at  the Marquee Theater in Union South from 12-1 pm. This event is open to the public. The event is sponsored by the Department of Biomedical Engineering and Mr.…
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Happy New Year From InvivoSciences

InvivoSciences wishes all a happy and prosperous new year!

InvivoSciences Sponsors Tricky Science Night at LCEC

InvivoSciences was one of the sponsors supporting the Lussier Community Education Center’s Halloween-themed science night in Madison, WI on October 30, 2015.

CEO to Present at Biotech and The Law Expo

InvivoSciences’ CEO/Co-Founder, Ayla Annac, has been invited to speak at the 2016 Biotech and The Law Global Conference & Expo. Her presentation, “Therapeutic Advancement: Developing Drug Discovery Platforms,” will discuss InvivoSciences’ continuing role in the development of precision medicine, particularly the impact of our 3D human tissue model systems on toxicity studies. She will be presenting on…
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InvivoSciences Featured in MedTech Dealmakers

InvivoSciences was featured in the October 2015 issue of MedTech Dealmakers. The article is titled “Predicting Cardiotoxicity with Engineereed 3D Human Cardiac Tissue Models.” InvivoSciences harnesses human induced pluripotent stem cells to generate patient-specific disease models for drug and diagnostics development.  

InvivoSciences Featured in GEN

Dr. Wakatsuki was interviewed and quoted in the September 2015 GEN article titled, “Feng Shui Basics for 3D Cell Culture.” The author writes about how our engineered heart tissues (EHT) “(bring) practical applications to personalized medicine.”

CSO is presenting at World Preclinical Congress in Boston

InvivoSciences to present at World Preclinical Congress in Boston. InvivoSciences developed an in vitro disease model that recapitulates individual patient’s cardiomyopathy in 3D engineered heart tissues (EHTs) using the patient-derived cells. Automated cell culture and cardiomyocyte-differentiation protocol improved the productivity and reproducibility for generating patient-specific disease models for drug and diagnostics development.

BIOtechNOW featured IVS’s participating BIO Innovation Zone

Later this month in Philadelphia at the BIO International Convention, BIO will be partnering with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Science Foundation (NSF) to host the 2nd annual, newly-expanded BIO Innovation Zone. The Zone will feature Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) funded early-stage biotech companies.