Jan Hansmann, Universitätsklinikum Würzburg/D
Hansjörg Hauser, Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research, Braunschweig/D
Cornelia Kasper, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna/A
Jens M. Kelm, PreComb Therapeutics AG, Wädenswil/CH
Uwe Marx, TissUse GmbH, Berlin/D
Tobias May, InSCREENeX GmbH, Braunschweig/D
Ralf Pörtner, Hamburg University of Technology/D
Ina Prade, Forschungsinstitut für Leder und Kunststoffbahnen (FILK) gGmbH, Freiberg/D
Markus Rimann, Zurich University of Applied Science, Wädenswil/CH
Heinz Ruffner, Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research, Basel/CH
Karin Tiemann, DECHEMA e. V., Frankfurt am Main/D
The conference will highlight newest developments and the translation
from models to applications in the 3D cell culture field. You are cordially invited to contribute to the topics of the scientific programme.
Please submit posters in form of a one page abstract (max. 1 MB, PDF) through the button below. The congress language is English.
Please only use the conference template to correctly format your contribution.
Enter the author list (author and co-authors) and contact details in the same order as in your abstract!
DECHEMA will NOT make any changes or corrective action regarding the author information, so please make sure to check them accurately.
The selection of the contributions will be based on the review of the abstracts by the Committee.
The topics of the 3D Cell Culture 2021 are as follow:
• Advanced models for substance testing
• Innovative disease models
• Multi-cell type models
• Deviations from 3D models to the patient
• Microphysiological and multi-organ technologies
• New devices for 3D cell culture
• Advanced imaging technologies
• High-throughput and automation
• 3D printing
• Bioinformatics, systems biology, modelling
• 3D models for therapies
• Prediction of drug efficacy and safety
• Precision medicine
• Translation of models to solutions
• Regulatory aspects
• 3D models to investigate infectious diseases
We are pleased to announce renowned keynote speakers (as of 20 July 2020):
Suzanne C. Fitzpatrick, CFSAN/FDA, College Park Maryland, MD/USA
Martin Fussenegger, ETH Zurich/CH
Jan G. Hengstler, Leibniz Research Centre (IfADo), Dortmund/D
Wolfgang Sommergruber, University of Applied Sciences, Vienna/A
Call for papers opens
Online registration for exhibitors and participants opens
|10 September 2020||
Deadline for paper submission (lectures and posters)
|Dec. 2020 / Jan. 2021||
Programme available and call for last minute posters
Deadline for last minute posters
|5-7 May 2021||
3DCC 2021 conference
Freiburg im Breisgau, a lively city in the South-West of Germany is located in the heart of a famous wine-growing region and serves as the gate to the beautiful Black Forest. Freiburg is likewise known for its scenic old town and for its high standard of living and advanced environmental practices. The city houses one of the oldest and most renowned of German universities, the Albert Ludwig University of Freiburg, and a number of other research institutes like Max Planck and Fraunhofer. This combination of distinguished scientific reputation, attractive location and high quality of life makes Freiburg an ideal conference host city.
Are you planning to travel to Freiburg by train? Use the joint offer from Deutsche Bahn (DB) and DECHEMA and travel to our conference at a reduced fare starting from 49,50 € (one way). Please click here for more information.
The 3D Cell Culture 2021 conference will focus on advanced and predictive 3D cell culture models for the understanding of diseases and substance testing. This includes complex systems like multi-cell type models, multi-organ and microphysiological systems.
The successful development and application of 3D cell culture relies on innovative enabling technologies like new devices, printing and imaging technologies, analytical tools, high-throughput and automatisation.
A key question is the successful translation of models to clinical and industrial applications. What are the success stories? How can 3D models be used to predict therapies or to investigate infectious diseases? Where are the hurdles, also in the regulatory context?
In addition to scientific presentations, the exhibition will showcase practical applications, products and solutions and further stimulate discussion between researchers, solution providers and users.
The 3D Cell Culture conference is an initiative of the DECHEMA working groups “Cell Culture Technology” and “Medical Biotechnology”
in cooperation with