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Webinar: September 15th, 10am ET

Creating a dynamic tumor microenvironment with Cell-Mate3D

Guest Speaker: Dr. Ehab Sarsour University of Iowa

Dr. Ehab Sarsour is an adjunct assistant professor at the University of Iowa where his work focuses on free radical and radiation biology.  Dr. Sarsour presented his translational research that uses co-cultures in Cell-Mate3D to model pancreatic cancer microenvironments.  He demonstrated how the Cell-Mate3D system helped him to study normal and cancer cell interactions for developing treatment strategies.

This webinar will highlight

  • Importance of matrix materials in tumor modeling
  • How researchers have modeled disease using Cell-Mate3D
  • Considerations for your experimental design

Webinar attendees received a $150 credit toward BRTI Life Sciences products