Cell lines in the 21st century

Cell lines in the 21st century


Are you actively working with animal cell lines?
Did you know that inaccurate labeling and mishandling of cell lines are significant contributors to the ongoing reproducibility crisis in scientific research?

This symposium aims to tackle the critical issue of cell line misidentification and promote best practices in cell line management.
Through presentations by renowned international experts, you'll gain insights into various initiatives, online resources, databases, and innovative techniques developed to ensure the proper handling of cell lines.

Don't miss this unique opportunity to enhance your expertise and get valuable guidance on maintaining the integrity of your research.


University of Lausanne, Anthropole building, auditorium ANT1129,
1015, Lausanne

Organisé par

Partenaires de la Faculté de médecine


Amanda Capes-Davis, CellBank, Australia
Wilhelm Dirks, DSMZ Leibniz Institut, Germany
Tadashi Kondo, National Cancer Center Reseach Institute, Japon
Andreas Kurtz, Fraunhofer Institute for Biomedical Engineering, Germany
Jan van der Valk, 3Rs Center at Utrecht University, The Netherlands
Florian M. Wurm, ExcellGene SA, Switzerland
Jamie Almeida, National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA
Amos Bairoch, Swiss Institut of Bioinformatics, Switzerland
Anita Bandrowski, University of California San Diego, SciCrunch, USA
Niels C. Bols, University of Waterloo, Canada

entrée payante, 110.00 francs (inscription requise)


Catégorie: Symposium

Mots clés: Cell lines, Life Science Research, Databases, Resources


Date limite d'inscription: 15.12.2023

CHF 70.- Students (please bring your student card)
CHF 110.- Academics
CHF 250.- Industry

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POSTER.pdf640.5 Kb
Program_Cell_lines.pdf578.2 Kb