Empowering Scientific Breakthroughs: Organoids Are Us Symposium Presents Phenomics Australia IMPACT Voucher

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Phenomics Australia Strategic Partnerships Advisor Dr John Parisot participated in the Organoids Are Us Symposium on Tuesday, June 20th, 2023. The Symposium was hosted in Brisbane by the Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (AIBN), the University of Queensland and the Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity.

Organoids Are Us symposia incorporate both basic and clinical/diagnostic research and are a significant national and international forum for the exchange of new data and a “progress report” on the application of organoid-based technologies.

” We awarded our Phenomics Australia IMPACT voucher ($2000) to Mitchell Mostina of the Translational Research Institute (TRI) for the prize of best poster/abstract of the day!” Dr Parisot said.

The Phenomics Australia IMPACT Voucher is granted as a prize to support the cost of access to the national research infrastructure capabilities of Phenomics Australia for eligible projects.

” It was a fantastic program of talks at Organoids Are Us symposium with many colleagues of Phenomics Australia’s network speaking.” Dr Parisot said.

Dr Susanne Ramm (VCFG): “Low-cost, high-throughput Imaging Transcriptomics in 2D and 3D cell models”
Prof Ernst Wolvetang (Stem Cell Engineering Laboratory, AIBN, University of Queensland): “Modelling genetic and pathogen induced disease with human brain organoid models”

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