17. - 18.10.2019 | 10th Nanion User Meeting Munich Germany
Welcome to the 2019 Nanion User Meeting Germany!
We are expecting approximately 80 attendees from industry and academia.
The User Meeting includes as in the past years a symposium and a poster presentation.
Date and time:
Start: Thursday October 17th, 1:00 PM
End: Friday October 18th, 3:00 PM
Read the preliminary agenda of the User Meeting here:
A workshop for our SyncroPatch customers will be held on the 17th of October 10:30 AM - 12:40 PM.
Part I: Experimental tricks:
- Buffer Solutions
- Recovery from inactivation
- Usage of BSA
- Quality insuring IV curves
- Unattended runs
Part II: Software:
- Z`-prime calculation
A Symposium will be organized on the 17th of October (afternoon sessions), as well as on the 18th of October (morning and afternoon sessions), where we welcome our users and collaboration partners to present their most recent data and research of interest.
Call for Posters:
Posters will be on display for both days; submission is free of charge, please contact email@example.com with a title and brief abstract before October 3rd.
Dr. Samuel Fountain
University of East Anglia, United Kingdom
Title: "Targeting P2X3 receptors: novel therapies for conditions of afferent sensitisation"
Dr. Wener Li
TU Dresden, Germany
Title: "Modeling Brugada syndrome with cardiomyocytes derived from patient-specific induced pluripotent stem cells"
Dr. Michel de Waard
Universite de Nantes, France
Title: "First steps with the SyncroPatch 384PE: a science accelerator within an academic setting"
Dr. Gary Mirams
University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
Title: "High-throughput mathematical model building with the SyncroPatch"
Dr. Stephen Hess
Evotec SE, Germany
Title: "Use of automated patch clamp platforms to support ion channel drug discovery"
Dr. Michael Morton
ApconiX, United Kingdom
Title: "Two Years of Experience and Learning with Patchliner"
Dr. Matthias Gossmann
innoVitro GmbH, Germany
Title: "FLEXcyte 96 – The new kid on the block"
Beckman Coulter a Danaher Company, Germany
Title "Key features of SyncroPatch 384I"
Title: "SURFE²R as a service – closing the gap between technology and application"
Title "SyncroPatch 384PE assay for TRPM5 channel to successfully identify and characterize potentiators"
Dr. Paola Madau
SB Drug Discovery, United Kingdom
Title: "Electrophysiological characterization of recombinant NMDA and AMPA cell lines using the SyncroPatch 384PE"
Daiichi Sankyo RD Novare, Japan
Title: "A new in vitro paradigm: From hERG-centric to Multiple ion channel current assessment (SynchroPatch 384PE) -To provide a more accurate mechanistic-based pro-arrhythmic prediction – part 2"
LMU Munich, Germany
Title: "Elucidating the effect of cAMP on HCN channel current amplitude"
Dr. Adam Dorey
University College London, United Kingdom
Title: "Synthetic protein-conductive membrane nanopores built with DNA"
Please join us at the Sheraton Westend Factory Restaurant on October 17th 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM just a few walking minutes away for an amazing night of good food and great company.
The Dinner is free of charge.
Accomodation and Meeting information:
We reserved rooms in different nearby hotels for you.
Please find information in our 10th Annual User Meeting Accomodation flyer.
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