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Lab Grown Human Organs- A Revolution in Biomedical Research

Sunday, June 25, 2017

Ford Alumni Center, Ballroom
1720 East 13th Eugene, OR

Come experience the next revolution in biomedical research.   On June 25th, the Department of Biology at the University of Oregon invites you to explore recent advances in understanding human biology using lab grown human organs, or organoids.  From cancer to neuroscience, this free public talk will feature renowned neuroscientist Juergen Knoblich at 6pm at the Ford Alumni Center, located at 1720 E 13th Ave next to the Matthew Knight Arena. For additional information, please contact Bethany at 541-346-3001.

Event Type

Lectures & Presentations, Presentation, Symposium, Academic, Research, Free


College of Arts & Sciences, Biology

Target Audience

All Students, Faculty/Staff, Alumni

Co-Curricular Domains

Problem Solving, Connecting Ideas


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Steven Ackerman

Steven Ackerman left a positive review 6/24/2017

This was a great presentation. Anyone could follow as the speaker presented all the information. I came away with a good understanding of what is happening on the forefront of lab grown human organs.