Flow cytometry and automated imaging are both widely used technologies in laboratories worldwide. With flow cytometry, scientists can do a rapid analysis based on more than 20 parameters on vast numbers of single cells in suspension at an exceptionally high throughput, gaining population level information quickly. Automated imaging visualises cells and their subcellular structures in a tissue-like context, allowing more parameters to be evaluated and analysed.
Join experts from Molecular Devices and Beckman Coulter, in this webinar hosted by VWR, as they discuss these technologies, and how they can be used together to acquire and analyse more data, leading to more insightful experimental results.
In this webinar, you will learn:
Andreas Wicovsky (Beckman Coulter Life Sciences)
Andreas Wicovsky has a Ph.D. in biology with over 10 years of hands-on experience with Beckman Coulter flow cytometry instruments and software. Prior to joining Beckman Coulter, Andreas did his doctoral studies and postdoctoral period at the University of Würzburg in Germany with research focussed on the tumour necrosis factor signalling pathway.
Robert Storm (Molecular Devices)
Robert Storm holds a Ph.D. in cell and molecular biology from the Free University in Berlin. During his thesis, he studied signal transduction mechanisms in kidney cell models before moving to developmental neurobiology for his postdoctoral work. Using a variety of techniques, including confocal live imaging, he investigated neurogenesis and neuronal specification in the brain.
Duration: 1 hour
Andreas Wicovsky , Beckman Coulter Life Sciences
Robert Storm , Molecular Devices