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Frey at the AAALAC International Luncheon, held Wednesday, November 2 in conjunction with the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS) 67th National Meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina. The Global 3Rs Awards recognize significant innovative contributions toward the advancement of ethical science through the 3Rs of animal research: refinement, replacement, or reduction of animal use. The award selection committee acknowledged Frey’s work to advance MPS technology by interconnecting 3D microtissues derived from human tissues such as liver, heart, endocrine pancreas, or tumor using microfluidic channels to mimic a so-called “Body on a Chip” or BoC. Such systems serve as complex in vitro models used to assess the efficacy or toxicity of a drug in a multi-organ, animal-free system. Frey headed the research, conducted at the ETH Zurich and in collaboration with partners including InSphero, as part of the European Commission EU Body on a Chip (BoC) Project . The award specifically referenced work published in July of 2015 in the Journal of Biotechnology entitled “3D spherical microtissues and microfluidic technology for multi-tissue experiments and analysis,” one of several peer-reviewed publications resulting from the project since 2014. Dr. Frey, who recently joined InSphero to serve as Microphysiological Systems Product Manager, stated “It is a tremendous honor to receive the 3Rs Award on behalf of all of the scientists who have collaborated on the project since its inception four years ago. http://richadrianfisher.pdxrwa.org/2016/11/02/a-new-breakdown-of-elegant-methods-in-interview-questions/As an innovator in the field of 3D cell culture, InSphero was a strong commercial partner and helped keep our work focused on developing a scalable, flexible technology.” Dr. Jan Lichtenberg, CEO and co-founder of InSphero commented, “We are delighted to have a proven leader in microphysiological systems such as Olivier join the InSphero team.
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