ELRIG Cell & Gene Therapy 2020
ELRIG will take place from May 6 - 7 in Gothenburg, Sweden. ELRIG is a nonprofit organization, based in the UK, serving the life science & drug discovery communities. This two-day conference brings together biopharma industry experts and world leading scientists from academia to exchange ideas and information on Cell and Gene Therapies.
The event can support attendees to develop a better understanding of the Cell and Gene Therapies and provides networking opportunities with a range of most important experts. The scientific program focuses on three priorities:
- Cell based therapies across disease areas
- Advanced therapies in oncology
- Therapies for genetic conditions
The event program includes a vendor exhibition, poster display, speaker’s dinner and tour of the Amazing Journey at AstraZeneca as well as multiple networking opportunities to discuss current and future perspectives of Cell and Gene Therapies.
ELRIG - The European Laboratory Research & Innovation Group
AstraZeneca R&D site, Gothenburg
Learn more about the following products at our booth
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Biomek i-Series Liquid Handler
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Echo® Acoustic Liquid Handler
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