Apr 1 First Friday Bioscience: Imitating Human Life to Improve It Organs-on-Chip…
Full Title: Imitating Human Life to Improve It
Organs-on-Chips – Eliminating the need for animal testing models with more accurate results
Speakers: Daniel Levner, PhD, Chief Technical Officer
and Co-Founder, Emulate Bio
Gregory Williams, Vice President and General Counsel, Emulate Bio
Host: Northeast Scientific Associates Inc. (NESA)
Based on its Organs-on-Chips technology, Emulate has created a new living system that emulates human biology for understanding how different diseases, medicines, chemicals and food may affect human health.
Emulate is able to control critical aspects of the living cellular microenvironment within the Organs-on-Chips, designed to fully recreate the complex, dynamic state in which living cells function within a real human organ. This unique design approach enables Emulate to accurately recreate and modulate human biology and disease states to gain a better understanding of human biology for the development of improved therapeutics, personalized health, and subsequent reduction of the need for animal testing.
Office of McLane Middleton
300 TradeCenter, 7th Floor
Woburn MA USA
Date and Time
Begins: 04/01/2016 12:30 PM
Ends: 04/01/2016 02:00 PM
Speaker: Daniel Levner
Daniel Levner, PhD, Chief Technical Officer & Co-Founder, Emulate
Daniel Levner is Emulates Chief Technology Officer. Formerly, Danny was a Senior Staff Scientist with the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University, where he led the advanced engineering team responsible for developing Emulates Organs-on-Chips platform, playing a key leadership role in managing the multidisciplinary Organs-on-Chips team by formulating innovative approaches for fostering a tight integration of disciplines and in-depth exchange between biologists and engineers. He has worked with world-renowned Harvard geneticist Prof. George Church in programs related to medical diagnostics, DNA/RNA sequencing tools, and multiplexed analysis techniques. An entrepreneur, he co-founded a medical diagnostics startup company, and earlier in his career, an optical telecommunications startup company. He received multiple degrees from Stanford University, including a Ph.D. in electrical engineering, and an M.S. in aeronautics and astronautics. He has authored numerous publications and more than 20 issued and pending patents.
Speaker: G. Williams
Gregory Williams, Vice President & General Counsel, Emulate
Greg Williams is Vice President and General Counsel for Emulate. Formerly, Williams was a partner in the Intellectual Property Practice Group of Pepper Hamilton LLP, with a focus on
numerous IP activities, including, patent, trademark, acquisition and management, strategy, licensing, technology transfer and strategic alliance. Previously, he served for a more than 15 years as general counsel and a senior member of the global business development team for New England Biolabs. He received his B.S. in Chemistry and Biology from McGill University, earned his law degree from McGill and earned a Masters of Law (LL.M.) with specialization in intellectual property and anti-trust law from the University of Pennsylvania Law School.
Registration, networking and lunch start at 12:30; Program
begins at 1 p.m.
Northeast Scientific Associates (NESA)
We are laboratory equipment sales organization that is owned by The Baker Co. We provide a large assortment of capital equipment for research and clinical laboratories. Our approach is never a one size fits all and we spend a great deal of time trying to understand the science behind each customer and ensuring we are providing the best equipment solution for their individual needs.
To learn more, visit their website at www.nesaco.com
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Pizza, salad, and soft drinks will be served.
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