28. - 29.05.2019 | Nanion User Meeting USA
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.
Prof. Dr. Charles David Weaver
Vanderbilt University, USA
Title: “Fluorescent Ion Indicators and Automated, Parallel Electrophysiology: Two Things that Go Great Together”
Prof. Dr. Jorge Contreras
Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, USA
Title: "Connexin channels: new roles and novel non-canonical properties”
Prof. Dr. Alfred George
Northwestern University, USA
Title: "Determining the function and pharmacology of epilepsy-associated KCNQ2 variants"
Dr. May Fern Toh
Alkermes Inc., USA
Title: "Application of High-throughput Automated Patch-clamp Techniques to Study Ion Channel Function in Cultured Primary Rat Cortical and Hypothalamic Neurons"
Dr. David Dalrymple
SB Drug Discovery Ltd., United Kingdom
Title: “Generation of a comprehensive GABAA receptor screening platform using SyncroPatch 384PE”
Dr. Marc Rogers
Metrion Biosciences Ltd., United Kingdom
Title: "Using the Patchliner to profile selective state-dependent Cav2.2 calcium channel modulators with efficacy in preclinical animal models and human tissue"
Dr. Tromondae K. Feaster
FUJIFILM Cellular Dynamics, Inc., USA
Title: “Next Level Functional Readouts on Human-Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell-Derived Cardiomyocytes”
Dr. Jim Kramer
Charles River Laboratories, Inc., USA
Title: “Sidedness of Ion Channel Block Evaluated with the Syncropatch 384PE”
Dr. Matthias Gossmann
InnoVitro GmbH, Germany
Title: “Mechanobiology of In Vitro Assays: Tackling Prevailing Challenges in Pre-Clinical Drug Development"
Prof. Dr. Stefan Clemens
East Carolina University, USA
Title:”Dopamine and morphine receptor interactions in the spinal cord: possible new targets for the treatment of sensory dysfunctions”
Dr. Jen Pan
Broad Institute, USA
Title: "High throughput, high resolution electrophysiology for characterizing genetic variants of ion channels"
Prof. Dr. Saverio Gentile
University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
Title: "The therapeutic benefit of targeting potassium channel in metastatic breast cancer"
Dr. Marzia Martina
National Research Council Canada
Title: "The elusive Nav1.7 and the quest for a non-opioid pain killer: antibodies and VHHs”
Dr. Anh-Tuan Ton
AnaBios Corporation, USA
Title: "An ex-vivo human model of pain for enabling translational research and drug discovery"
Presenting your projects
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