Membership is open to individual researchers worldwide and others with an
interest in Organ-on-Chip technology. Benefits include access to the digital
Organ-on-Chip platform (with research projects, experts’ profiles and more),
discounted registration for the annual conference and up-to-date information
on advances and activities in the field.
Existing members can read their login/setup instructions here.
Active membership is open to researchers in the Organ-on-Chip field. For this membership researchers must have a professional qualification (PhD, MD, MSc or equivalents in experience). Membership entitles voting at the members’ meetings.
Fees: € 40,- per calendar year.
Student membership is open to students enrolled in a graduate program leading to an advanced degree (PhD, MD, MSc or BSc). Upon receipt of an advanced degree a student member is eligible for active membership. Membership entitles voting at the members’ meetings.
Fees: € 20,- per calendar year.
Affiliate membership is open to individual representatives of industry and others with an interest in Organ-on-Chip technology who do not qualify for active or student membership. Affiliated members are not entitled to vote at the members meetings.
Fees € 40,- per calendar year.
About our members
What our members say about organ-on-chip
“EUROoCS is a great place to find researchers equally excited about OoC applications as we are: not only do we find a shared vision for the future of disease modelling but also the technical expertise we need to achieve those goals using human stem cells”
Andries van der Meer
“EUROoCS plays a pivotal role in accelerating our development of the next-generation of organs-on-chips!”
Jacqueline van Engelen
“EUROoCS provides the possibility to connect, that is very valuable, for researchers, developers and regulators .. and everyone that is interested in organ on a chip”
Janny van den Eijnden-van Raaij
“The more active you are within EUROoCS, the more you get in return!”
“EUROoCS not only brings together all stakeholders interested in Organ-on-Chip technology; the society also provides the framework that will allow the technology to fulfil its promises and make pharmaceutical and biomedical research more humane and human-relevant.”
Get in touch with us
We’re always searching for new ways to innovate, communicate and get in touch with our community.
For further information about EUROoCS or about OoC and how to get involved, please contact us.
If you are a member and would like to have a job, event or news item posted, please contact us.