Nanion Technologies
03.06.2016 | Nanion HTS User Meeting 2016

When: Friday June 3rd, 2016, starting at 10 AM

Where: W-Hoboken Hotel, 225 River St. Hoboken, NJ 07030, USA

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We cordially invite you to the Nanion HTS User Meeting 2016, which will take place on Friday, June 3rd, in Hoboken, New Jersey, USA.

We will be hosting the event at the W Hoboken Hotel this year, with incredible skyline views of NYC and the Hudson River.

The meeting will host several of our users presentations on their work and experience with our high throughput platforms, as well as, presentations from our Nanion scientists providing our latest updates and developments. Take the chance to see all platforms in action, and learn from other experienced users in the field.

There will be plenty of time for discussions and networking, and of course great food and drinks, we will be having our breakfast and evening mixer at Lulu’s that includes a beautiful outdoor terrace.

Secure your space by registering today!

Confirmed speakers:
"Ion channel targets from emerging psychiatric genetics"
Dr. Jen Q Pan, Broad Institute, Cambridge, MA

"SyncroPatch PE Latest Updates and Developments"
Dr. James Costantin, Director of Customer Relations, Nanion Technologies Inc., Livingston, NJ, USA

"Assessment of hERG Liability by Patchliner"
Dr. Jingsong Fan, BMS, Pennington, NJ, USA

"The Orbit Mini Latest and Newest Applications" Live Demonstration
Dr. George Okeyo, Nanion Technologies Inc., Livingston, NJ, USA

"Superior solution control on PE for demanding assays"
Dr. Søren Friis, Senior Application Scientist, Nanion Technologies GmbH, Nanion Technologies, Munich, Germany

"Decrypting Variants of Unknown Significance in Long-QT Syndrome"
Dr. Alfred L. George, Jr., M.D., Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, IL, USA

"The CardioExcyte96: a flexible, cost-effective platform for stem cell QC and cardiac safety assessment"
Dr. Greg Luerman, Axiogensis, USA

"Automated patch clamp as part of collaborative efforts in drug safety and discovery screening"
Dr. Kevin Sampson, Columbia University, New York, NY, USA

 

19. - 23.06.2016 | 16th International Electrical Bio-Impedance conference

Conference Venue: Karolinska Institute Main Campus, Stockholm

Meet Krisztina Juhasz from Nanion presenting data from Nanion´s automated impedance system.

Come and learn more about Nanion´s CardioExcyte96.

More details will follow shortly.

Go to the conference website here.