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Workshop 'Realising the translational potential of reproductive organoids', July 2022 - carousel

Cambridge Reproduction, the Cambridge Academy of Therapeutic Sciences (CATS) and the Centre for Trophoblast Research (CTR) are holding a workshop on 18–19 July 2022, focused on the question: how can we realise the potential of reproductive organoids in a translational context?

The workshop will bring together international leading researchers in the field, policymakers, ethical and legal experts, and industry partners. This would enable us to identify the main opportunities, challenges and obstacles, both for researchers and for industry, and to plan next steps. We hope the workshop will result in a detailed report that captures the main regulatory and practical challenges and outlines next steps.

The workshop is part of a wider collaboration between Cambridge Reproduction and CATS, supported by the Isaac Newton Trust, to explore the legal, regulatory and policy implications of using reproductive organoids in a therapeutic and translational context.
 

Draft programme

We are still finalising the exciting programme of presentations and panel discussions. The draft programme can be found below and will be updated over the next few weeks (last updated 18 May 2022):

 

Venue

The workshop will be held in Homerton College, Cambridge and online. Located away from the busy city centre, Homerton College’s impressive Victorian facade and spacious landscaped gardens create a tranquil and welcoming environment. The college is a short walk from Cambridge railway station and has ample free parking on site.

As in-person spaces are limited, we also welcome delegates to join us for the full academic programme online.

 

Registrations and fees

To attend the workshop, please register in advance online: https://bit.ly/repro-organoids-register. Registrations will close on 30 June 2022 (in-person registrations may close sooner if places sell out).

 

In-person attendance (both days)

Existing CTR/Cambridge Reproduction members (limited availability) Free
Students (non-members) £35
Academic (non-members)  £150
Industry (non-members) £200

Online-only attendance (both days)

Existing CTR/Cambridge Reproduction members (limited availability) Free
Any non-members £50

 

Questions?

If you have any questions about the workshop, please contact Christina Rozeik (coordinator@repro.cam.ac.uk).
 

Sponsors and partners

The workshop has been organised by Cambridge Reproduction, the Cambridge Academy of Therapeutic Sciences (CATS) and the Centre for Trophoblast Research (CTR), with support from the Isaac Newton Trust. If you are interested in sponsoring the workshop, please email Christina Rozeik (coordinator@repro.cam.ac.uk) for a copy of the sponsorship pack.