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RNAi & High Content Imaging Symposium 2011

Molecular Devices

Friday, April 1, 2011 from 10:00 AM to 4:30 PM (BST)

RNAi & High Content Imaging Symposium 2011

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Join influential and respected scientists to discuss the expansion of RNAi profiling techniques and how to enhance gene expression assays using high content imaging systems. Speakers will also be discussing how they are targeting unique applications and accelerating discovery.

Agenda Speakers and Presentations:

  • Session Chair: Dr. Anthony Davies, Trinity College Dublin
  • Dr. Peter Horvath - Light Microscopy Centre, ETH Zurich
    Presentation Title: How we deal with the data, analysis/ machine learning of HCS sets
  • Dr. Steve Brown - University of Sheffield
    Presentation Title: Genome-wide RNAi screens using High Content Microscopy.
  • Dr. Olivier Pardo - Imperial College London
    Presentation Title: siRNA screening of cell migration and invasion using high-throughput imaging in vitro and in vivo
  • Dr. Karol Kozak - LMC-RISC, Institute for Biochemistry, ETH Zurich
    Presentation Title: Off-target effects of RNA interference in image based experiments.
  • Dr. Alan Sabirsh – AstraZeneca
    Presentation Title: Binding to cortical neurons, neurite outgrowth using PC-12 cells, calcium measurements with cortical neurons and dorsal root ganglia, and mitochondrial trafficking in differentiated neuroblastomas
  • Drs. Christoph Kasper & Mario Emmenlauer - Biozentrum Basel
    Presentation Title: Getting into Cells - Systems Biology of Pathogen Entry
  • Dr. Ross Paveley - London School Of Hygiene Tropical Medicine
    Presentation Title:
    A brightfield image based HCS platform for whole organism drug screening against the parasitic worm, Schistosoma mansoni.
  • Dr. Ami Ketley - University of Nottingham
    Presentation Title: High content screening in Myotonic Dystrophy
  • Dr. Miguel Mono - iRNA HTS Screening Facility, International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology
    Presentation Title: Gene discovery by high-content screening using genome-wide siRNA and microRNA libraries.

 

Additional user-presentations will focus on RNAi profiling techniques, tips and tricks for interrogating large-scale RNAi libraries as well as automated data analysis and integration. Do not miss this opportunity to join your industry colleagues.

Registration for this event is free of charge. Attendance will be limited, so please register early for this event.

Refreshments and a buffet lunch will be served during the symposium.

For further information on Molecular Devices' RNAi & High Content Imaging Symposium, please contact James Ford. Email james.ford@moldev.com.

 

 

 


 

 

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Oxford Spires Four Pillars
Abingdon Road
OX1 4PS Oxford
United Kingdom

Friday, April 1, 2011 from 10:00 AM to 4:30 PM (BST)


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