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Organs-on-a-Chip

Chip-based tissue and organ systems for personalized medicine

Prof. Dr. Peter Ertl, Sarah Spitz

The aim of personalized medicine (or precision medicine) is to take patients’ personal features into consideration as much as possible for their medical treatment, thereby going beyond the functional diagnosis of the disease. A promising concept that is gaining ever more attention and showing potential for both personalized medicine and pharmaceutical research is “organ-on-a-chip” technology.

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Sarah Spitz

Sarah Spitz, born in 1993, studied biotechnology at the University of Natural Resourc (…)

Dr. Claudia Swart

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