A self-calibrating and multiplexed electrochemical lab-on-a-chip for cell culture analysis and high-resolution imaging; Pablo Giménez-Gómez et al.; Lab Chip, 2020, Advance Article.This paper presents a new tool that allows a self-calibrating and multiplexed electrochemical lab-on-a-chip (ME-LoC) for cell culture analysis and high-resolution imaging. The ME-LoC contains a complex network of micro-channels and micro-chambers that allow compartmentalization of the reference electrode; cell seeding and proliferation without biofouling; electrode reactivation and recalibration; and multiple analyte detection, namely glucose and hydrogen peroxide concentrations, conductivity and ORP, as a way to monitor cell metabolism. Electrochemical analysis is completed with high-resolution imaging after labelling with fluorescent dyes. For its simplicity, integration, automation, compartmentalisation and microfluidic control, thist technology is a promising alternative for in vitro testing and organ-on-a-chip development in the near future.