|Presenter:||Dr. Jack Pender|
Director, Pharmaceutical Training and Laboratory Services
Department of Chemistry at ECU
|Location:||School of Dentistry 4th Floor Conference Room|
|Refreshments provided:||RSVP to Kim Kew, email@example.com|
Seahorse XFe Technology Seminar - Open to all, no registration
|Location:||Brody Room 2W-38|
|Presenter:||Eric Thelen, Agilent Technologies, Inc.|
June 4 Workshop - Brody Room 2W40 - 9AM-4PM (Free Event) View 6/4/15 Flyer (pdf)
|Technical Workshop||Presentations followed by hands-on demonstrations covering LCM, Confocal & Flow Cytometry|
|Presentations by:||Keynote Speaker - Kevin Janes, PhD, Biomedical Engineering,University of Virginia, Laser Capture Microdissection
Dr. Carl Bortner - Director, Flow Cytometry Center, NIEHS
Elizabeth Ables, PhD - Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, ECU, Confocal Lab
July 14 Seminar - Brody Bldg Room 2W-50 - 12PM-1PM View 7/14/15 Flyer (pdf)
"Genomics in the era of BIG DATA"
Keith Keene, PhD
Departments of Biology & the Center for Health Disparities
East Carolina University
August 4 Seminar - Brody Building Room 2W-38 - 12PM-1PM View 8/4/15 Flyer (pdf)
"Multiplexed Digital Quantification of Nucleic Acids without Sample Amplification"
Christine Hipsky, PhD
Field Application Scientist
Nanostring Technologies Inc., Seattle, WA
June 3, 2014 - Confocal and ZEN Blue Software
June 4, 2014 - Laser Capture Microdissection
9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Brody School of Medicine Room 2W-40A
East Carolina University
Sponsored by LaserTAG along with the NC Biotechnology Center and Carl Zeiss Microscopy.
Workshop will consist of presentations followed by hands on workshops in the afternoon. Elise Shumsky of Zeiss will focus on the use of ZEN Blue for making your images manuscript ready. Lucy Davis, from the Center for Advanced Forensic DNA will present information on the use of laser capture microscopy in crime investigations.
The Laser Tag Intellectual Exchange Group, Carl Zeiss Microscopy, LLC,and the NC Biotechnology Center hosted a Laser Capture Microscopy Conference in Triangle Park on October 3, from 8 a.m. – 6 p.m., at the Hamner Center.
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Lance Liotta
Co-Director: Center for Applied Proteomics and Molecular Medicine at George Mason University
Dr. Liotta invented and patented technologies in the fields of diagnostics, immunoassays, microdissection (Laser Capture Microdissection), nanotechnology and proteomics that have been used to make broad discoveries in cancer biology and cancer therapy.
Workshop Sponsored By:
Contact Barbara Muller-Borer, PhD for information regarding training.