High Content Imaging Webinar Series - 3 different topics

Nerliens Meszansky in cooperation with Molecular Devices have the pleasure to invite you to a High Content Imaging Solutions webinar series.

Date: September, 21st
Time: 13:00, 14:00 and 15:00

Join one, two or all of the three webinars covering the following topics

Automated Imaging Solutions for 2D and 3D Cell Models

There is an increasing interest in using more complex and predictive cell-based assays for assay development and compound screening. We will present multiparametric data for 2D and 3D cell culture models using automated widefield and confocal solutions. We will discuss functional and morphological assays in various applications including 3D evaluation of spheroids, organoids, angiogenesis and neuronal cultures.
Time: 13.00-13.30
Click here to register for 13:00 webinar

Accelerating Research of Virus Biology with Automated High Content Screening

Understanding the basic mechanisms of viral entry, replication, etc. is critical for the development of effective treatments towards infectious diseases. Fluorescence microscopy is a fundamental tool in any virology laboratory because it allows for visualization of viral pathways at high resolution and over time. We will discuss how high content imaging can accelerate viral research in areas viral infection, mechanism of action and in development of therapeutics.
Time: 14:00-14:30
Click here to register for 14:00 webinar

Multi-parameter in vitro Assessment of Compound Effects using Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells

Stem cells provide researchers with new opportunities to study targets and pathways that are more relevant to disease processes. In this webinar we will highlight how automated image acquisition and analysis is being used for drug discovery in cancer research and central nervous system diseases and for predictive toxicological applications using induced pluripotent stem cells.
Time: 15:00-15.30
Click here to register for 15:00 Webinar

 

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