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Pharma Automation & Robotics 2023

Pharma Automation & Robotics 2023

Pharma Automation & Robotics 2023: Oxford Global are delighted to announce the Pharmaceutical Mobile Robotics Congress to be held on the 20-21 April 2023 in London.  Attracting over 250 senior-level delegates working in Smart labs, Automation, Drug Development, Manufacturing and Logistics, this event is a must-attend congress to stay at the forefront of industry.

Join our leading experts in to discuss your priorities in this field and learn about the latest strategies the Development Of Plug and Play Robotics and Advancing Innovation In Drug Development, QC Labs Of The Future, Pharma Logistics & Automation.  

Over 20 speakers will be sharing their knowledge and success stories over the two days of the event.  They include: 

  • Oliver Peter, Senior Director, Senior Group Leader Biology Technologies & Lead Discovery, Idorsia 
  • Maximiliano Zaragoza-Sundqvist, Automation Lead, AstraZeneca 
  • Carl-Helmut Coulon, Head of Future Manufacturing, INVITE 
  • Andy Cooper, Professor, Director of the Materials Innovation Factory, Liverpool University 
  • Darren Caine, Scientific Director, GSK 
  • Marc Baaijens, Bioprocessing Engineering & Innovation Lead, AH Biotechnology & Support, MSD Animal Health 
  • David Wolton, Engineering Technology Lead, Takeda 

 

Do not miss out on registering now as spaces are filling up fast! For the latest conference updates please contact our marketing team at marketing@oxfordglobal.co.uk.

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Pharma Automation & Robotics 2023

Pharma Automation & Robotics 2023

Pharma Automation & Robotics 2023: Oxford Global are delighted to announce the Pharmaceutical Mobile Robotics Congress to be held on the 20-21 April 2023 in London.  Attracting over 250 senior-level delegates working in Smart labs, Automation, Drug Development, Manufacturing and Logistics, this event is a must-attend congress to stay at the forefront of industry.

Join our leading experts in to discuss your priorities in this field and learn about the latest strategies the Development Of Plug and Play Robotics and Advancing Innovation In Drug Development, QC Labs Of The Future, Pharma Logistics & Automation.  

Over 20 speakers will be sharing their knowledge and success stories over the two days of the event.  They include: 

  • Oliver Peter, Senior Director, Senior Group Leader Biology Technologies & Lead Discovery, Idorsia 
  • Maximiliano Zaragoza-Sundqvist, Automation Lead, AstraZeneca 
  • Carl-Helmut Coulon, Head of Future Manufacturing, INVITE 
  • Andy Cooper, Professor, Director of the Materials Innovation Factory, Liverpool University 
  • Darren Caine, Scientific Director, GSK 
  • Marc Baaijens, Bioprocessing Engineering & Innovation Lead, AH Biotechnology & Support, MSD Animal Health 
  • David Wolton, Engineering Technology Lead, Takeda 

 

Do not miss out on registering now as spaces are filling up fast! For the latest conference updates please contact our marketing team at marketing@oxfordglobal.co.uk.

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Spatial Biology 2023

Spatial Biology 2023

Oxford Global is proud to present the Spatial Biology UK: In-Person Congress, 25th – 26th April 2023, London, UK.  

Join over 300 attendees to learn more about the latest advancements in the development of spatial techniques and tools, and how pathologists and researchers are applying these technologies for real-world use such as mapping neurobiological landscapes, clinical diagnostics, and multi-omic cross-platform approaches to infectious diseases. 

Novel methods of analysing, modelling, and visualising the datasets will also be explored from various perspectives. Hear from the thought-leaders at the forefront of all these exciting developments in the explosive field of spatial biology. 

 

Key speakers include: 

  • Stephanie Ling, Associate Director, AstraZeneca 
  • Marcus Tindall, Associate Professor of Mathematical Biology & Head of Mathematics and Statistics Department, University of Reading 
  • Katherine Ridley, Imaging Research Coordinator, University of Cambridge 
  • Kyoung Jae Won, Associate Professor, Biotech Research & Innovation Centre, University of Copenhagen 
  • Theodore Alexandrov, Team Leader / Head of Metabolomics Core Facility, European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Heidelberg 

 

With over 30 presentations, this two-day congress provides multiple opportunities for engaging scientific discussions, valuable networking, panel sessions, and interactive roundtable sessions.  

Interactive sessions include: 

  • Roundtable Discussion: Future Directions & Limitations Of Current Spatial Technologies – moderated by Charles Mein, Centre Manager, Queen Mary University London 
  • Panel Discussion: Challenges Of Spatial Technologies For Translational and Clinical Research – moderated by Shirin Elizabeth Khorsandi, Senior Lecturer, King’s College London 
  • Panel Discussion: Spatial Bioinformatics, Image Analysis & Modelling: Where Are We Now? – moderated by Marcus Tindall, Associate Professor of Mathematical Biology & Head of Mathematics and Statistics Department, University of Reading 

 

Contact Danielle at d.dalby@oxfordglobal.co.uk for more details on how to join this exciting event.

Organ Modelling 2023

Organ Modelling 2023

Organ Modelling 2023: Oxford Global is proud to present our 3rd Annual Organ Modelling Congress in London on the 25-26 April 2023. This unmissable event will host key leaders specialising in the latest tools and techniques for the development and application of organoid and organ-on-a-chip systems.

Presentations will include advances in organoid development for 3D disease modelling, drug discovery and predictive diagnostics. The programme also explores how scientists are accelerating drug discovery and development with the application of organoid techniques in drug screening, hit identification and lead optimisation.

The conference also explores strategies for the development and application of tissue chip systems, and how they are exploited in drug screening, toxicity studies and preclinical research. We aim to showcase next generation organ on chip models, with focus on improving their scalability and reproducibility.  

This theme features key examples of Bone-, Nerve-, Marrow-, Lung- And Brain-On-A-Chip Technologies, showcasing the predictive powers of these systems.  

 

Key speakers include:  

  • Anna-Karin Sjogren, Discovery Safety Specialist (Director), AstraZeneca 
  • Lisa Mohamet, Global Head Translational In Vitro Models, Functional Genomics, GSK 
  • Helena Rannikmae, Investigator, Complex In Vitro Models, GSK 
  • Jose Vicencio, Senior Scientist, AstraZeneca 
  • James Hickman, Professor, NanoScience Technology Center, University of Central Florida 
  • Paul Roach, Reader in Biomaterials and Interface Science, University of Loughborough 
  • Thomas Iskratsch, Reader in Cardiovascular Mechanobiology and Bioengineering, Queen Mary University of London 
  • Paola Bonfanti, Senior Group Leader, Francis Crick Institute 

  

With over 30 innovative presentations, the two-day event offers an intuitive platform for high level scientific and business discussions. Join over 150 senior level delegates and benefit valuable networking and interactive sessions. For more information about the programme and registration, please contact g.alonso@oxfordglobal.co.uk. 

3D Cell 2023

3D Cell 2023

3D Cell 2023: Oxford Global’s 3D Cell Culture Congress aims to address key challenges in 3D culture model development by bringing together key thought leaders all in one space for 2-days (London, UK). Taking place on the 25th & 26th of April 2023, and co-located with Organ Modelling, this event will highlight new novel technologies and applications by featuring talks on bioprinting, organoid, spheroid, & organ-on-a-chip development. 

Connect with over 150+ attendees and benefit from 30+ presentations and interactive sessions across both events. Have the ability to tailor your day to the array of presentations including key insights into disease modelling, drug screening, and regenerative, personalised medicine. Accelerate your understanding of the varying applications of 3D models within different diseases by having access to presentations focusing on cardiovascular, intestinal, kidney and diseased tissues. 

Have your questions answered and engage with interactive sessions focusing on improving the translatability of 3D models and promoting the use of 3D technologies for medicinal treatments and applications. Additionally, benefit from speaker Q&As after each talk and have the opportunity to network further your connections. 

Key Speakers include:  

  • Gastón Soria, Chief Scientific Officer & Co-Founder, OncoPrecision 
  • Benoit Fischer, Senior Scientist, Novartis  
  • Catarina Brito, Principal Investigator, Head of Advanced Cell Models Lab, iBET 
  • Stefan Przyborski, Professor of Cell Technology, Durham University  
  • Kenneth Pryde, Associate Director Oncology Safety Sciences, AstraZeneca 

 

Engage in solution-oriented dialogue with 15+ vendor companies over 2 days over multiple networking breaks with the opportunity to meet 1-2-1 and eliminate the challenges you face.    

Do not miss this opportunity to engage with like-minded peers, at this 2-day event designed to facilitate interactive discussion by registering now. For more information, please contact h.liddiard@oxfordglobal.co.uk.

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Spatial Biology 2023

Spatial Biology 2023

Oxford Global is proud to present the Spatial Biology UK: In-Person Congress, 25th – 26th April 2023, London, UK.  

Join over 300 attendees to learn more about the latest advancements in the development of spatial techniques and tools, and how pathologists and researchers are applying these technologies for real-world use such as mapping neurobiological landscapes, clinical diagnostics, and multi-omic cross-platform approaches to infectious diseases. 

Novel methods of analysing, modelling, and visualising the datasets will also be explored from various perspectives. Hear from the thought-leaders at the forefront of all these exciting developments in the explosive field of spatial biology. 

 

Key speakers include: 

  • Stephanie Ling, Associate Director, AstraZeneca 
  • Marcus Tindall, Associate Professor of Mathematical Biology & Head of Mathematics and Statistics Department, University of Reading 
  • Katherine Ridley, Imaging Research Coordinator, University of Cambridge 
  • Kyoung Jae Won, Associate Professor, Biotech Research & Innovation Centre, University of Copenhagen 
  • Theodore Alexandrov, Team Leader / Head of Metabolomics Core Facility, European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Heidelberg 

 

With over 30 presentations, this two-day congress provides multiple opportunities for engaging scientific discussions, valuable networking, panel sessions, and interactive roundtable sessions.  

Interactive sessions include: 

  • Roundtable Discussion: Future Directions & Limitations Of Current Spatial Technologies – moderated by Charles Mein, Centre Manager, Queen Mary University London 
  • Panel Discussion: Challenges Of Spatial Technologies For Translational and Clinical Research – moderated by Shirin Elizabeth Khorsandi, Senior Lecturer, King’s College London 
  • Panel Discussion: Spatial Bioinformatics, Image Analysis & Modelling: Where Are We Now? – moderated by Marcus Tindall, Associate Professor of Mathematical Biology & Head of Mathematics and Statistics Department, University of Reading 

 

Contact Danielle at d.dalby@oxfordglobal.co.uk for more details on how to join this exciting event.

Organ Modelling 2023

Organ Modelling 2023

Organ Modelling 2023: Oxford Global is proud to present our 3rd Annual Organ Modelling Congress in London on the 25-26 April 2023. This unmissable event will host key leaders specialising in the latest tools and techniques for the development and application of organoid and organ-on-a-chip systems.

Presentations will include advances in organoid development for 3D disease modelling, drug discovery and predictive diagnostics. The programme also explores how scientists are accelerating drug discovery and development with the application of organoid techniques in drug screening, hit identification and lead optimisation.

The conference also explores strategies for the development and application of tissue chip systems, and how they are exploited in drug screening, toxicity studies and preclinical research. We aim to showcase next generation organ on chip models, with focus on improving their scalability and reproducibility.  

This theme features key examples of Bone-, Nerve-, Marrow-, Lung- And Brain-On-A-Chip Technologies, showcasing the predictive powers of these systems.  

 

Key speakers include:  

  • Anna-Karin Sjogren, Discovery Safety Specialist (Director), AstraZeneca 
  • Lisa Mohamet, Global Head Translational In Vitro Models, Functional Genomics, GSK 
  • Helena Rannikmae, Investigator, Complex In Vitro Models, GSK 
  • Jose Vicencio, Senior Scientist, AstraZeneca 
  • James Hickman, Professor, NanoScience Technology Center, University of Central Florida 
  • Paul Roach, Reader in Biomaterials and Interface Science, University of Loughborough 
  • Thomas Iskratsch, Reader in Cardiovascular Mechanobiology and Bioengineering, Queen Mary University of London 
  • Paola Bonfanti, Senior Group Leader, Francis Crick Institute 

  

With over 30 innovative presentations, the two-day event offers an intuitive platform for high level scientific and business discussions. Join over 150 senior level delegates and benefit valuable networking and interactive sessions. For more information about the programme and registration, please contact g.alonso@oxfordglobal.co.uk. 

3D Cell 2023

3D Cell 2023

3D Cell 2023: Oxford Global’s 3D Cell Culture Congress aims to address key challenges in 3D culture model development by bringing together key thought leaders all in one space for 2-days (London, UK). Taking place on the 25th & 26th of April 2023, and co-located with Organ Modelling, this event will highlight new novel technologies and applications by featuring talks on bioprinting, organoid, spheroid, & organ-on-a-chip development. 

Connect with over 150+ attendees and benefit from 30+ presentations and interactive sessions across both events. Have the ability to tailor your day to the array of presentations including key insights into disease modelling, drug screening, and regenerative, personalised medicine. Accelerate your understanding of the varying applications of 3D models within different diseases by having access to presentations focusing on cardiovascular, intestinal, kidney and diseased tissues. 

Have your questions answered and engage with interactive sessions focusing on improving the translatability of 3D models and promoting the use of 3D technologies for medicinal treatments and applications. Additionally, benefit from speaker Q&As after each talk and have the opportunity to network further your connections. 

Key Speakers include:  

  • Gastón Soria, Chief Scientific Officer & Co-Founder, OncoPrecision 
  • Benoit Fischer, Senior Scientist, Novartis  
  • Catarina Brito, Principal Investigator, Head of Advanced Cell Models Lab, iBET 
  • Stefan Przyborski, Professor of Cell Technology, Durham University  
  • Kenneth Pryde, Associate Director Oncology Safety Sciences, AstraZeneca 

 

Engage in solution-oriented dialogue with 15+ vendor companies over 2 days over multiple networking breaks with the opportunity to meet 1-2-1 and eliminate the challenges you face.    

Do not miss this opportunity to engage with like-minded peers, at this 2-day event designed to facilitate interactive discussion by registering now. For more information, please contact h.liddiard@oxfordglobal.co.uk.

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