Boston Academic Discount to Attend CHI’s 3D Tissue Models Conference on Nov. 17-18, 2011

When: November 17-18, 2011 Where: Omni Parker House - Boston, MA
Nov. 11, 2011 - PRLog -- Postdoctoral and Graduate Students:* Pay $250 if you mention keycode LKS when registering online or via phone.

Academic Discount:* Pay $495 if you mention keycode LMB when registering online or via phone.

CHI's Predictive Functional Human Tissue Models conference weaves together engineers, biologists, and pharmacologists. As with any 3D model, each specialty provides insights into the complete system advancing drug discovery and development, from designing the bioreactors, developing the 3D models, studying healthy versus diseased states, to utilizing drug screening assays. They keynote presenter is Christopher P. Austin, M.D., of the NIH, who will give a talk on "Translational Therapeutics Development at NIH."  Just confirmed to give a talk is a co-presentation by the NIH and Harvard titled “The DARPA and NIH Microphysiological Systems Initiatives: Don’t Get Left Behind."

View the entire conference agenda and register at or call 781-972-5400.

Academic Group Discounts Are Available! If more than than 2 colleagues from your organization are attending, please contact CHI for a group discount by calling 781-972-5472 or email

* Your registration rate will be adjusted by CHI if you mention the special keycode that applies to you. This discount is not valid for previously registered attendees and can not be combined with any other offer. This discount is valid for those affiliated with academic institutions in the Boston and New England area. A separate registration rate applies to those that want to attend the pre-conference short course.
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