Dominik Egger | Research Associate
University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences

Dominik Egger, Research Associate, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences

Dominik Egger received his bachelor degree in Life Science at the University of Hannover in 2011 and continued with the master degree in the same field. During the master studies he was granted a fellowship to study at the Institute of Life Sciences of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. In 2013 he carried out his master thesis on human mesenchymal stem cells (hMSC) in order to optimize culture conditions with an emphasis on guided differentiation in 3D matrices. His research focused on the application of fluid shear stress with a specialized perfusion bioreactor.

After finishing the master’s degree he moved to Vienna in 2014 to enter the doctoral studies at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences. The current research topic is the development of bioprocess strategies for physiological 3D expansion and directed differentiation of hMSC. This is includes the investigation of the influence of parameters like mechanical forces, oxygen concentration or media composition on hMSC.


Conference Day 1: Thursday 16th May 2019 @ 12:10

Technology and Strategy Roundtables

25 senior level tables hosted by thought leaders on key challenges and opportunities in next-generation therapeutic development. Participants are invited to join the group discussions on a topic of importance to them.

· At each roundtable, the moderator will talk for 5 minutes to introduce the topic highlighting particular challenges specific to that area· The table will then move on to discussion for 25 minutes.· There will then be one rotation, giving participants the opportunity to have join two round tables in total

(2 x 30-minute rotations and max 15 PAX)

Table 18. 3D cell culture technologies

last published: 14/May/19 13:35 GMT

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