+ Digital Day: 15 September 2022 | Online
3D Cell Culture
13 - 14 September 2022 | London, UK
+ Digital Day: 15 September 2022 | Online

Our 3D Cell Culture congress incorporates key trends and innovative technologies to accelerate the adoption of 3D models in preclinical research via advanced development, validation and application strategies.

The programme brings together international pharmaceutical organisations, leading biotech companies and globally renowned academic institutions specialising in 3D Cell Culture


Benefits to attending include…

  • Hear from and meet with the leading 3D cell culture experts to discuss the latest tools and technologies for scaffold, hydrogel and scaffold-free model development
  • Interact with fellow attendees and speakers during live Q & As following each presentation and through our interactive panel discussions on ‘Integration Of Cancer Modelling For Fast-Tracking To Clinic’ and ‘From Organ To Body- Optimising Systems For The Future Of Precision Medicine’ and much more.
  • Gain insights into the innovative technologies in 3D modelling, including electrospinning & stereolithography for scaffold creation, microphysiological system technology and 3D bioprinting
  • Explore how companies are accelerating drug development through 3D models, with presentations focussing on 3D models for predictivity, validation, safety and toxicity

This Year's Agenda at a Glance

Day One

• Creation of Scaffold, Hydrogel & Scaffold-free models

• Electrospinning & Stereolithography for scaffold creation

• 3D bioprinting

• Microphysiological system technology

• Visualization of 3D structures with automated imaging systems

• Bioreactors

• Improving translatability and predictivity of models to fast-track to clinic

• Standardisation of organoids and MPS

• Cancer modelling

• Mimicking the tumour micro-environment

• Strategies to develop, validate and implement 3D model systems

• Choosing the appropriate model for the application: 2D vs. 3D systems

Day Two

• 3D & hybrid models for predictivity, validation, safety and toxicity

• Patient stratification

• The future of personalised medicine

• Scalability, robustness & reproducibility of 3D cultures for drug screening

• Accelerating drug target identification and validation through 3D models

• Serum vs. serum-free medias

• Development of complex and multi-organ combination cultures

• Novel strategies to address anatomy vs. function

• Sustainability and quality control of reagents

• Surface chemistry and culture conditions

Digital Day

Presentations & interactive sessions on all above topics

Key Speakers

The 2022 event again brings together a panel of prominent leaders and scientists, sharing new case studies, innovative data and industry outlook.

Below are featured past speakers from 2021’s 3D Cell Culture Symposium

Matthew Wagoner


Raymond Mattingly

Wayne State University School of Medicine

James Hickman

Biomolecular Sciences & Electrical Engineering University of Central Florida

Etienne De Braekeleer


Catarina Brito


Sam Faber


Event Features​

Networking & knowledge-sharing is at the heart of what we do. Alongside the innovative programme, attendees can engage in a variety of event features and make the most of participation in a range of on-site experiences.

Poster Display

Enhance your attendance with an A0 Poster, based in our main networking hall

Networking Drinks

Relax after a busy first day at the event with access to the vibrant drinks reception

Supported Digitally

Can't attend in-person? Our fully featured online platform runs alongside the event.


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