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24.02.2021 bis 24.02.2021

Charité 3R Symposium & Poster Award

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3R achievements in two years of funding

Charité 3R Symposium & Poster Award | 24.02.2021 | 1:00 – 5:00 pm 

About two years after its official opening in November 2018, Charité 3R presents its wide range of funded projects in different interactive formats. The virtual symposium will cover diverse areas of biomedical research with different 3R aspects in focus. Scientist who are working with animals or alternatives and are interested in how they can help further support the 3Rs are cordially invited to attend the symposium. Your attendance will be certified.

Registration link (Please register no later than February 19th)


1:00 pm Poster Session
The poster session will take place in a virtual environment. Authors will be present for discussions.

2:30 pm Welcome and Introduction
Axel Radlach Pries, Dean of the Charité
Stefan Hippenstiel, Speaker of Charité 3R

2:40 pm Session I: Adding 3R Value 
Morris Baumgardt: An ex vivo lung culture model for antiviral testing
Sarah Staroßom: Replacing cell fate tracing in the brain of mice by ex vivo cell fate tracing in human post-mortem brain tissue

3:10 pm Session II:  Refinement 
Sandra Pinkert: Refinement of a mouse model for viral myocarditis
Annemarie Lang: Refinement methods in mouse-osteotomy-models

3:40 pm Session III: 3R Supportive Technology Platforms 
Sarah McCann: CAMARADES 3R Preclinical Systematic Review and Meta-analysis Platform
Daniel Messroghli: EPIC 3R - Experimental and preclinical imaging cluster to support 3R in basic and translational research at the Charité

4:15 pm Poster Award

Closing Remarks 
Stefan Hippenstiel, Speaker of Charité 3R

4:45 pm Meet & Greet



Charité 3R


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