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CPHMS Multi-Stakeholder Roundtable Meeting

The last few decadeshave seen a rise in the development and regulations surrounding nonanimal and human-relevant technologies such as microphysiological systems (MPS), computational, and systems approach to drug discovery globally. While there has been an exponential increase in the interest and use of human-relevant methods, particularly MPS models in India, there have also been significant …

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CPHMS Newsletter 2 – November 2021 Edition

CPHMS Newsletter 2 – November 2021 Edition Editorial Informational Video Blog Upcoming events/Opportunities Editorial “Is it Time for Reviewer 3 to Request Human Organ Chip Experiments Instead of Animal Studies?” Dr. Donald Ingber, Director of the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University, wrote this controversially titled Report last year. It was based …

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The growth of computational simulations to support organ on chip development

Surat Parvatam Computational tools often help in studying complex parameters that are difficult to measure in experimental models, including fluid flow, stress, pressure, temperature, etc. In addition, they can also assist in optimising the design of a technology. This has led to their increased usage in the preclinical stages of drug discovery. In the last …

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Using the brightest X-rays on Earth to image intact human organs

Surat Parvatam Imaging entire intact human organs to understand the spatial relationships and 3D morphology at a cellular scale is one of key goals of biomedical imaging. In recent years, several techniques have been used to image intact organs at various length scales; however, they are not without limitations.  Many techniques that provide single-cell resolution …

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A self-organized and reproducible in vitro model of human brain development

Surat Parvatam Unraveling the processes behind human organ formation is one of the significant biomedical challenges. While scientists have traditionally used animal models, they often differ in human-specific genetic and biological pathways, particularly during the development of the nervous system. The folding of the embryonic neural tissue into a neural tube is a key initial …

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Launch of TIDE 2.O Second Cohort

𝐃𝐚𝐭𝐞:  26th August, 2021(Thursday)𝐓𝐢𝐦𝐞:  12 PM Speakers: Ramanan Ramanatha Former(first), Mission Director, Atal Innovation Mission and Poyni Bhatt Chief Executive Officer Sine – IIT Bombay

Virtual session on BIRAC SPARSH Program

𝐃𝐚𝐭𝐞:  25th August, 2021(Wednesday)𝐓𝐢𝐦𝐞:  4:00 PM (IST) Speakers: Dr. N. Madhusudhana Rao Chief Executive Officer, AIC-CCMB, Hyderabad and Dr. Sharmila K. MD (Paediatrics), Apollo Hospitals – Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad.