Aleksandra Aizenshtadt recieves Growth House funding.

HTH researcher Aleksandra Aizenshtadt recieves 50 000 NOK from The UiO Life Science Growth House in their first call for innovative researchers. Therese Bang received 10 000 NOK for her student project.

Image may contain: Glasses, Eyebrow, Facial expression, Smile, Green.Aleksandra's project is focused on the development of iPSC-derived liver organoids - based  “off-the-shelf” product for the disease modelling and drug discovery studies. The product will consist of hiPSCs-derived hepatocytes-like cells with  liver metabolic zones-specific functionalities, and  can be used as an alternative for primary human hepatocytesThe project is focused on the development of iPSC-derived liver organoids - based  “off-the-shelf” product for the disease modelling and drug discovery studies. The product will consist of hiPSCs-derived hepatocytes-like cells with  liver metabolic zones-specific functionalities, and  can be used as an alternative for primary human hepatocytes.

Full announcement from Life Science Growth House

Published June 23, 2022 1:53 PM - Last modified June 23, 2022 2:39 PM