Announcement Date: November 16, 2017
NUS/ MBI: Pickcell’s products were invented by Prof Viasnoff, Associate Professor at NUS and Director of CNRS/NUS joint lab. NUS/MBI is our Strategic Technology Development Partner: all our products are developed and tested in their labs. We are honored to count Prof Michael Scheetz, Head of Mechano Biology Institute, NUS Center of Excellence, as a Scientific Advisory Board member.
Pickcell’s products are used by
11 key opinion leader labs in the world, in the fields of cell and molecular biology, cancer studies and therapies, embryology, stem cells study, tissue engineering, neurology and immunology. Over the past 3 years Prof Viasnoff’s lab engaged collaborations with renowned international research groups in developing Pickcell’s technology:
Institut Goustave Roussy- Cancer Campus Grand Paris (France), Prof JP Thiery – Prof Gassama. Use: Membwell for hepatic culture.
European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) (Heidelberg – Germany) Prof Hiragi, Use: Membwells to induce polarity of mouse’s embryo.
University of California San Francisco (UCSF) Prof Weaver Use: Membwell to induce 3D like response of single cancer cells
A*Star – Institute of Medical Biology (IMB), Prof Dawson, Use: Membwell to grow hair follicle.
King’s College London (UK) Prof Liberam Use: Membwell to assess neuromuscular disease
University of Manchester : Wellcome Trust Centre for Cell Matrix Research (UK) Prof Christophe Ballestrem Studies : Matrix Biology and Regenerative Medicine
CEA – St Louis Hospital : CYTOMORPHO LAB (France) Prof Manuel Théry Studies : Physics of Cytosqueleton and Morphogenesis
Leibniz Universität Hannover: Max Plank Institute – INM – Institute For New Materials – ( Germany) Prof Aranzazu Del Campo Studies: Dynamic Biomaterials : 3D bioprinting of structural protein
Interdisciplinary Institute for NeuroScience, (IINS) CNRS Bordeaux (France) Prof Sibarita, Use: SoSPIM – Molecular Imaging
University of South Wales (Australia) Prof Katarina Gaus Use: soSPIM to image T-cell interactions
A*Star – Genome institute of Singapore (GIS), Prof Ram Das Gupta Use: Migration Assay for Cancer Cells