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19. - 20.10.2022 | Nanion User Meeting Munich Germany

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Meeting Venue: Nanion Headquarters, Munich, Germany

Welcome to the 2022 Nanion User Meeting!

Join us in Munich for our Annual User Meeting! We will hear research presented by a number of international renowned scientists, along with a SyncroPatch 384 workshop including a live demonstration, networking, poster presentations and lots more!

Live demonstrations of all of our instruments will also be on offer, including PepT1, SGLT1, NCX and TMEM175 on the SURFE2R instruments!

Date and time:
Start: October 19th, 2022 
End: October 20th, 2022

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Access the agenda of the User Meeting here

Agenda (Additional speakers may be announced; program subject to change)


Confirmed Speakers:
  • David Beech (University of Leeds)
  • Jennifer Deuis (University of Queensland)
  • Helen Waller-Evans (University of Cardiff)
  • Francesco Moccia (University of Pavia)
  • Andre Bazzone (Nanion Technologies)
  • Emanuela Colucci (University of Groningen)
  • Thomas Mager (University of Göttingen)
  • Nathan Palpant (University of Queensland)
  • Carlos Vanoye (Northwestern University Chicago)
  • Nataliia Dmitrieva (Forschungszentrum Jülich)
  • Marc Rogers (on behalf of Anatomic Inc.)
  • Edward Humphries (Discovery Sciences, BioPharmaceuticals R&D, AstraZeneca)
  • Tobias Ensslen (University of Freiburg)
  • Bjorn Knollmann (Vanderbilt University)
  • Adam Dorey (University College London)
  • Carol Milligan (University of Melbourne)

Collaborating Partners

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Poster Session [Digital download available after 19.10.2022*]

Title: Chemical Synthesis of Transmembrane Proteins: from Ion Channels to Bio-inspired Sensors 
Authors: Hanna Zhdanova & Jordi C. J. Hintzen
Institution: University of Gothenburg

Title: Lot-to-lot consistency study of commercial human iPSC-derived cardiomyocytes regarding contractile properties
Authors: Bettina Lickiss, Matthias Gossmann, Peter Linder, Sonja Stoelzle-Feix, Ouissame Filali, Ravi Vaidyanathan & Niels Fertig 
Institution: innoVitro GmbH

Title: Assessment of a Smooth Muscle Cell Maturation Protocol for the Analysis of Contractile Properties
Authors: Matthias Gossmann, Jan Hunker, Peter Linder, Sonja Stoelzle -Feix, Bettina Lickiss, Elena Dragicevic, Ulrich Thomas, Michael George & Niels Fertig
Institution: innoVitro GmbH

Title: Development of conjugated toxins as a new tool for in-vivo and in-vitro imaging
Authors: Shai Shoham, Ela Kolb & Niv Dobzinski
Institution: Alomone Labs

Title: Small-molecule inhibitors of PIEZO1 channels
Authors: Jacob A. Kinsella, Tom Goetze, Greg Parsonage, Oleksandr Povstyan, Rachel Trowbridge, Charlotte Revill, Adam Nelson, Richard Foster and David J. Beech
Institution: University of Leeds

Title: Functional characterization of human GAT-1 through solid-supported membrane electrophysiology
Authors: Rocco Zerlotti, Maria Barthmes, Andre Bazzone
Institution: RIGeL, Regensburg Int. Grad. School of Life Science, Germany & Nanion Technologies GmbH

Title: A New Suite of Media for Cardiotoxicity and Drug Discovery Studies with Human iPSC-derived Cardiomyocytes
Authors: Ouissame Filali,  Annie Armstrong, Megan K. Livingston, Coby Carlson, Cara Rieger, Nathan Meyer, Ravi Vaidyanathan, and Deepika Rajesh
Institution: FUJIFILM Cellular Dynamics, Inc., Madison, Wisconsin, United States of America

Title: Preparation and characterization of liposomes in physiological and non-physiological buffer systems for usage in BLM and SSM
Authors: Springer Fabian, Seeger T., Worek F., Niessen KV
Institution: Bundeswehr Institute of Pharmacology and Toxicology & Julius-Maximilians-University Wuerzburg


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