Sandra González Lana studied Biological Science with a special mention in Health Biology at the Complutense University of Madrid where also obtained a master degree in Microbiology and Parasitology: I+D. She received a grant by the Spanish Government to carry out an industrial doctorate about a biomimetic cardiac cell culture model in a microfluidic device which is currently being developed at the University of Zaragoza and Beonchip. With experience in different fields of biology, she plays a key role in biological counseling, management and validation in BEOnChip’s research and development department.
Organ on a Chip technology consists on microfluidic cell culture chips that try to reproduce different physiological responses of organs on a lab.
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