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Global MPS Day – Virtual Symposium 2023

Home Forums *Events Webinars Global MPS Day – Virtual Symposium 2023

    • Rebecca Bonfig

      Emulate is excited to announce Global MPS Day 2023, taking place on March 9th! This free, three-hour virtual symposium is dedicated to bringing the worldwide microphysiological systems (MPS) community together to celebrate the work being done with next-generation technology in drug discovery, discuss recent achievements and milestones made with MPS, and acknowledge our goal of collaborating to create a new era in human health.


      Registration is now open for the symposium, which will feature Robert Langer, Sc.D., Academic Co-Founder of Moderna and David H. Koch Institute Professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, serving as keynote speaker. It will also include talks and presentations from key opinion leaders, industry experts, and clinical researchers working in cell and gene therapy, immunology, and cancer.



      To promote industry-wide discussion ahead of Global MPS Day, Emulate has created a social media toolkit individuals can use to share what motivates them to break new scientific ground.



      To honor the MPS community’s commitment to changing the world with 21st-century technology, Global MPS Day registrants have the opportunity to choose from a list of organizations that share the vision of improving human health. The organization with the most votes by Global MPS Day will receive $5,000 from Emulate.




      Looking forward to it!

    • Rebecca Bonfig

      Thank you to everyone who attended Global MPS Day! It was an inspiring event filled with illuminating panels, insightful discussions, and interesting questions. For anyone who wasn’t able to attend the live session, you can view the full event on demand, or you check out the Emulate resource center to see individual sessions.

      Comment below if there are topics you’d like to see discussed in the future!

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