2017 SLAS Graduate Education Fellowship Grant winner Julea Vlassakis of the University of California, Berkeley, shares her research in the design of electrophoretic assays to separate protein complexes from up to thousands of single cells. Her podium presentation, Electrophoretic Cytometry Isolates Cytoskeleton Molecular Complexes of Single Cancer Cells, is one of four in the High Definition Technology Platforms for Single Cell Analysis session in the High-Definition Biotechnology track and will be delivered on Tuesday, February 6 at SLAS2018 in San Diego.
Shane Horman, Ph.D., Head of the Advanced Assays Group at the Genomics Institute of the Novartis Research Foundation, is a session chair for the SLAS2018 Automation and High-Throughput Technologies Track session: Automating Phenotypic and Target Based Discovery Using Parallel Automated Approaches. In this short video, he explains why you’ll benefit from the four talks in this session, as well as his talk, An Ultra High-Throughput 3D Assay Platform for Evaluating T-cell-Mediated Tumor Killing.
Yohann Potier, Ph.D., Senior Principal Analyst at the Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research Informatics, is session chair for the SLAS2018 Data Analysis and Informatics Track session: Extracting Informed Decisions from Complex Data. In this short video, he provides a preview of his podium session, Answers to Questions Not Yet Asked: Informatics Strategy Applied to Scientific Questions.
Session Chair Louis Scampavia, Ph.D., Co-Director, Scripps Research Institute High-Throughput Screening Facility, describes what attendees can expect in the session "In-House Automation: Devices and Software Developed Internally," which is part of the SLAS2018 Automation and High-Throughput Technologies Track. Louis's session takes place on Wednesday, Feb. 7, and emphasizes home-grown technologies and solutions currently not available from commercial vendors.