“The Collaborative Frontiers: Advancing CGT Manufacturing Technologies” event

Revolutionizing Healthcare with “The Collaborative Frontiers: Advancing CGT Manufacturing Technologies Event”



In an event centered on redefining the landscape of healthcare, European innovators are gearing up to converge at the first-ever Cell & Gene Therapy Helix meeting. Set against the backdrop of advancing technology and evolving medical practices, this event promises to go through groundbreaking approaches in the realm of Cell & Gene Therapy (CGT) manufacturing. 


With experts coming from diverse fields including engineering, medicine, and more, attendees can expect to gain relevant insights into cutting-edge technologies that hold the key to personalized treatments. 


Addressing some challenges:


The way to access personalized therapies deals with some challenges: From manufacturing complexities to regulatory hurdles, the journey towards democratizing CGT requires efforts and innovative solutions. 


Whether you are an academic researcher, part of an R&D organization, regulatory professional, or industry representative, this event offers an opportunity to stay at the forefront of CGT innovation. Attendees will have the chance to explore innovative solutions, engage with high-level speakers from EIC Pathfinder sister projects and industry leaders, and dive into the future of CGT manufacturing. 


A key highlight of the event is the spotlight on the PAT4CGT consortium and their project “Automated online monitoring & control to improve processes and decision making in cell and gene therapy manufacturing.” This project awarded funding from the 2021 European Innovation Council Pathfinder Challenge call for ‘Emerging Technologies for Cell & Gene Therapies 

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As the healthcare landscape continues to evolve, events like this serve as catalysts for change. These gatherings pave the way for a future where personalized therapies are not just a possibility, but a reality.


Register now here and assure your place.  





SYNBEE Project coordination contact point:
Alexandra Chukas, European Grant Coordinator Da Vinci Labs (
SYNBEE PR contact point:
Andréia Santos, EU Project Manager at F6S
Sara Canedo, Communications Manager at F6S



Disclaimer: Funded by the European Union under the Grant Agreement No 101100509. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Innovation Council and SMEs Executive Agency (EISMEA). Neither the European Union nor the granting authorities can be held responsible for them.


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