11th International Meeting on Substrate-Integrated Microelectrode Arrays
Microelectrode arrays (MEAs) are electrophysiological tools for neuroscience, biotechnology and biomedical engineering routinely used in basic and industrial research. They enable a wide range of applications including multi-electrode stimulation, recording and analysis of bioelectrical activity of individual cells and networks.
The biennial MEA Meeting is a unique platform for scientific exchange on MEA technology and applications in neuroscience, pharmacology, stem-cell research and prosthetics.
Prof. Zameel Cader, Oxford University, UK
Timothy D. Harris, Janelia Research Campus, USA
Isabelle Niespodziany, UCB Pharma, Belgium
Thomas Stiglitz, IMTEK, University of Freiburg, Germany
Topics for the 11th MEA Meeting:
- Stem cell-derived applications
Neurons, cardiomyocytes, muscle cells etc
- Assay development
Multiwell applications, validation
- Neural network
Computation, tissue systems (slice, retina etc)
- In vivo applications
Clinical applications, Neuro monitoring
- Stimulation strategies
Optical and/or Electrical stimulation
- MEA Technology Keywords:
Materials, design, fabrication
- Microphysioloigical systems
Organ/lab on a chip, microfluidics
Multi Channel Systems is sponsoring this event.
Our team is looking forward to meeting you in Reutlingen.