LSFM4LIFE is networking

Brigitte Angres, Executive Manager of LSFM4LIFE partner Cellendes (Reutlingen), will attend the Meet & Match event “Organs-on-a-chip, organoids & other microphysiological systems as advanced human in vitro models” organized by BioValley and BioPro in Strasbourg (France) on 7 November 2019, where she will present Cellendes’ work in a talk entitled “3D Life Biometic Hydrogel Technology and its application for organoid …

New project videos

Being a microscopy expert, LSFM4LIFE Scientific Manager Francesco Pampaloni (Buchmann Institute for Molecular Life Sciences, Goethe University Frankfurt) knows that (moving) images are the best means to convey information. So he decided to ask RiedbergTV, a student association offering their services next door to his institute on the Riedberg Campus, to make a video in which the key project partners …

EOS2019 – a good reason to go to Milan

The European Organoids Symposium 2019 is now over, and the LSFM4LIFE scientists who were in Milan to present their work at the congress center of the Fondazione Cariplo and to discuss their latest results over a cup of Italian coffee are back home again. It was a very dense meeting, starting with a pre-conference dinner on Sunday night and ending …

LSFM4LIFE at EOS2019

When the experts on organoids will meet at EOS2019 in Milan next week, the LSFM4LIFE partners will have the opportunity to present their work to the scientific community and to discuss their latest results with their peers. All seven scientific project partners will contribute to a special session on human pancreas organoids and diabetes, which will start the symposium on …

The LSFM4LIFE group in Brussels

LSFM4LIFE Consortium Meeting in Brussels

The last summer meeting of the LSFM4LIFE project was organized at the Representation of the State of Hesse in Brussels on 28th June 2019. It was an excellent opportunity for all the partners to meet again, exchange ideas and views, learn about the progress made in other work packages and plan for the final six months of the project. After …

Shooting in the labs

After the success of the diabetes video produced about 1.5 years ago to advertise LSFM4LIFE, Scientific Manager Francesco Pampaloni (Buchmann Institute for Molecular Life Sciences, Goethe University Frankfurt) decided to invest in the making of another video to promote the project. He therefore contacted RiedbergTV, a student association offering their services next door to his institute on Goethe University’s Riedberg …

Two posters presented at Goethe University’s summer party

Sanam Saeifar, a PhD student in Ernst Stelzer’s group at the Buchmann Institute for Molecular Life Sciences (Goethe University Frankfurt am Main, Germany), is the most recent member of the LSFM4LIFE team that is developing a therapeutic-scale manufacture of human pancreas organoids (hPOs) for cellular therapy of type 1 diabetes. Last Friday, the summer party at Goethe University’s Biologicum gave …

LSFM4LIFE on Rai

Italy’s national public service channel Rai1 has broadcasted a coverage of the LSFM4LIFE project at the Cell Factory Facility in Milan. Work package leader Lorenza Lazzari was interviewed in the popular TV-show for health “Tutta Salute” on 10 May 2018. Link to the video (the interview starts at 35′): https://www.raiplay.it/video/2018/05/Tutta-Salute-020f12a4-c4d7-49fd-9dcf-aff76f37d17b.html

EU project LSFM4LIFE. A new video to raise awareness about Type 1 Diabetes (T1D)

Published in corecommmunique website. Written by Chawm Ganguly on March 16, 2018 In January 2018, the LSFM4LIFE project released a video on the project’s aim to cure Type 1 diabetes by growing in-vitro human pancreas organoids from adult stemcells. On march 16th, Chawm Ganguly, communicator, journalist and author posted the press release on the corecommmunique website. A platform that disseminate information …