3D Printed Medication and Organ-on-chip
Including live Q&A
About this webinar
· Personalized therapy: Personalized medication using digital drug manufacturing
In this talk we will present TNO’s R&D activities in digital drug manufacturing. Patient-specific diagnosis and treatment becomes possible as a result of the ever-increasing amount of patient data available, leading to better clinical outcomes. Digital drug manufacturing utilizing 3D printing techniques enables personalized drug products with unique functionalities unattainable through traditional manufacturing methods. TNO is working to address the technical, medical and regulatory challenges on the road to practical application.
· Personalized therapy: Biomedical electronics for organ-on-chip
Integrating electronics with organ-on-chip-related technologies can assist in the development of better medicines, such as those for neurodegenerative and cardiovascular diseases. TNO Holst Centre is actively engaging in the electronics, microfluidics and integration technologies needed for the realization of human models on chip. In this talk, we will introduce the background and initial concepts for the realization of Organ-on-Chip applications with integrated electronics.
Meet the speakers
Anton Aulbers, MSc, Senior Consultant – 3D Pharma Printing
Anton has a background in Industrial Design Engineering. He has 30 years of experience in co-creating innovative multi-disciplinary technical solutions for and with customers in a wide range of domains, such as 3D printing. As Senior Consultant 3D Pharma printing Anton is taking the lead in tracking developments globally, defining the TNO roadmap for digital drug manufacturing, building strategic partnerships and developing the technology towards implementation in the market.
Meet the speakers
Dr. Auke Kronemeijer, Program Manager – Thin Film Electronics
Auke Jisk Kronemeijer received his B.Sc. degree in Chemistry (2004), M.Sc. degree in Nanoscience (2006) and Ph. D. degree in Applied Physics on the subject of Molecular and Organic Electronics (2011), all from the University of Groningen, the Netherlands. Afterwards he joined the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, as a Research Associate in Organic Electronics. After shaping the research agenda on the subject of ‘Sensoring’ at KWR Watercycle Research Institute back in the Netherlands, he moved to TNO / Holst Centre as a Senior Researcher in 2015, where currently he is Program Manager Thin Film Electronics and manages Holst Centre’s R&D Pilot Manufacturing Line.
Personalized medication using digital drug manufacturing
(presenter: Anton Aulbers)
Biomedical electronics for organ-on-chip
(presenter: Dr. Auke Kronemeijer)
Thursday, 24 September 2020
9.30 to 10.30 CET
60 minutes including live Q&A