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Virtual poster sessions offer the opportunity to present data to a global audience via a PDF poster and discuss results with interested colleagues through email. Posters should be submitted as a PowerPoint file and should incorporate illustrative materials such as tables, graphs, photographs, and large-print text. This content is not peer-reviewed. Posters can be downloaded by the viewers. Submission is free.

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Enter the following information to this Submission Form:

  • Your Name
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DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING YOUR ABSTRACT – AUGUST 21, 2020

All submitted abstracts will be reviewed and decisions regarding acceptance will be made within 3 weeks of the deadline. Further details and registration materials will be provided at that time. You do not have to be present to have a poster displayed. Only approved submissions will be displayed at this event.  There is a limit of 100 posters for the conference. All primary authors from selected posters will receive one free year of SBI2 membership.

POSTER AWARDS

10 posters/authors will be selected by the SBI2 Poster Committee for scientific achievement and poster quality.  The ten finalists will be offered to submit an oral poster presentation of their poster by video. After review by the committee, 3 Posters will be selected for the poster awards. The prizes will be awarded as: 1st Prize - $500, 2nd Prize - $300, 3rd Prize - $200. Sales and Marketing posters will not be eligible for the poster awards.

POSTER CATEGORIES

  • High Content Screening and Phenotypic Screening
  • Machine Learning/Artificial Intelligence
  • Therapeutic Drug Discovery
  • Image and Data Analysis
  • Other

SEPTEMBER 16 - 17 2020 Opens: 9:00 AM EDT

7th Annual Conference: SBI2 High Content 2020

Our Mission Statement:  The Society of Biomolecular Imaging and Informatics (SBI2) is an international community of leaders, scientists, and students promoting technological advancement, discovery, and education to quantitatively interrogate biological models to provide high context information at the cellular level.


We are pleased to announce the 7th Annual High Content conference brought to you by The Society of Biomolecular Imaging and Informatics (SBI2) on September 16 and 17, 2020. This is our first Virtual Conference and we hope you will join us for a meeting that prioritizes interpersonal communications, high quality scientific presentations, and educational experiences that foster overall awareness of “up to date” techniques and the rapidly expanding strategies in imaging and informatics. This virtual meeting holds the most promise to bring to you all the outstanding features our members have come to expect from SBI2.

Registration and Poster Submissions are free this year.

This scientific event will feature 2 keynote speakers:
Lina Nilsson, Ph.D. - Senior Director of Data Science Product, Recursion Pharmaceuticals
and
Scott Fraser, Ph.D. - Professor of Biology, Bioengineering, & Convergent Biosciences University of Southern California.

Join our High Content 2020 Conference to:

  • View Scheduled Scientific Sessions with live Q&A
    • Scientific Session 1: Assay Development and High Content Screening Case Histories
    • Scientific Session 2: High Content Imaging Applications to Tissue Engineering
    • Scientific Session 3: High Content Imaging Innovations
    • Scientific Session 4: Maximizing the Value of your Imaging Data
  • Scientific Poster Session – see the Posters Tab for more information
    • Deadline for poster abstract submission is August 7th, 2020
    • Limited to 100 posters
  • Visit the Exhibit Hall to meet with your favorite companies and learn the latest on their products and services
  • Afternoon Roundtables – Live Zoom meetings for networking and sharing ideas on pre-selected scientific topics with peers from around the world.
    • Zoom meetings limited to 500 participants per session
  • Scientific Colloquium – Artificial Intelligence for Imaging Applications
  • The High Content 2020 conference including presentations, posters and exhibitor booths will be accessible for 1 year
  • Educational Webinars will be presented October-December within the conference environment

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Exhibit Hall & Poster Hall Hours: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM EDT

  • Introduction to FLIM-FRET techniques
    OCT 26, 2020 11:00 AM EDT
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    Introduction to FLIM-FRET techniques
    David Andrews, PhD
    Director Biological Sciences, Sunnybrook Research Institute
  • Basic concepts in imaging-based high-throughput screening and high-throughput profiling assay development
    NOV 18, 2020 11:00 AM EST
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    Basic concepts in imaging-based high-throughput screening and high-throughput profiling assay development
    Joshua Harrill, PhD
    Toxicologist, United States Environmental Protection Agency
  • Introduction to image processing for high-content screening
    DEC 09, 2020 11:00 AM EST
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    Introduction to image processing for high-content screening
    Mark-Anthony Bray, PhD
    Data Scientist, Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research
  • SEP 16, 2020 12:15 PM EDT
    Session I - Assay Development & High Content Screening Case Histories
    Session Chair: Juliana Conkright-Fincham
    Stowers Institute for Medical Research
    Session Chair: Taosheng Chen
    St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
  • Keynote Presentation: Putting Machine Learning Models into Large Scale Production for Drug Discovery
    SEP 16, 2020 11:00 AM EDT
    Keynote Presentation: Putting Machine Learning Models into Large Scale Production for Drug Discovery
    Lina Nilsson, PhD
    Vice President of Product, Overseeing Data Science, Engineering and Innovation Biology Initiatives at Recursion
  • High-resolution HCA-based phenotypic profiling of tumor spheroids and organoids
    SEP 16, 2020 12:15 PM EDT
    High-resolution HCA-based phenotypic profiling of tumor spheroids and organoids
    Meritxell B. Cutrona, PhD
    High Throughput Bioscience Center, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
  • GFP Complementation Screening of the Yeast Inner Nuclear Membrane Proteome
    SEP 16, 2020 12:45 PM EDT
    GFP Complementation Screening of the Yeast Inner Nuclear Membrane Proteome
    Jay Unruh, PhD
    Stowers Institute for Medical Research
  • SEP 16, 2020 1:30 PM EDT
    Session II - High Content Imaging Innovations
    Session Chair: David Andrews
    Sunnybrook Research Institute
    Session Chair: Jeffrey Moffitt
    Boston Children's Hospital
  • Multiplexed Imaging to Understand the High-Dimensional Pathology of Human Cancer
    SEP 16, 2020 1:30 PM EDT
    Multiplexed Imaging to Understand the High-Dimensional Pathology of Human Cancer
    Sandro Santagata, MD, PhD
    Brigham and Women's Hospital
  • Mapping Tissues with In Situ Single-Cell Transcriptomics
    SEP 16, 2020 2:00 PM EDT
    Mapping Tissues with In Situ Single-Cell Transcriptomics
    Jeffrey Moffitt, PhD
    Boston Children's Hospital
  • Keynote Presentation: Adding Dimensions to Intravital Imaging
    SEP 17, 2020 11:00 AM EDT
    Keynote Presentation: Adding Dimensions to Intravital Imaging
    Scott Fraser, PhD
    Professor of Biology, Bioengineering, & Convergent Biosciences University of Southern California
  • SEP 17, 2020 12:15 PM EDT
    Session III - High Content Imaging Applications to Tissue Engineering
    Session Chair: Shilpa Sant
    University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy
    Session Chair: Kyle P. Quinn
    University of Arkansas
  • Metabolic imaging of cellular heterogeneity in patient-derived cancer organoids
    SEP 17, 2020 12:15 PM EDT
    Metabolic imaging of cellular heterogeneity in patient-derived cancer organoids
    Melissa C. Skala, PhD
    Morgridge Institute for Research, Madison WI
  • Stimuli-responsive Nanomaterials for Imaging Immunotherapy Response
    SEP 17, 2020 12:45 PM EDT
    Stimuli-responsive Nanomaterials for Imaging Immunotherapy Response
    Ashish Kulkarni, PhD
    Institute for Applied Life Sciences, University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • SEP 17, 2020 1:30 PM EDT
    Session IV - Maximizing the Value of your Imaging Data
  • Decoding the Variance in Intracellular Organization in Human Stem Cells
    SEP 17, 2020 1:30 PM EDT
    Decoding the Variance in Intracellular Organization in Human Stem Cells
    Susanne Rafelski, PhD
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  • MAPK Activity Dynamics Regulate Non-Cell Autonomous Effects of Oncogene Expression
    SEP 17, 2020 2:00 PM EDT
    MAPK Activity Dynamics Regulate Non-Cell Autonomous Effects of Oncogene Expression
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Round Table Agenda

September 16  

3:00 - 6:00

Round Table Sessions – Live Zoom Meetings

3:00 - 4:00

Scientific Colloquium - Artificial Intelligence for Imaging Applications (Sponsored by Perkin Elmer and Molecular Devices)

4:00 - 5:00

Exploring High-Content’s utilization in 2D and 3D virology applications from assay development to high-throughput screening (Sponsored and Facilitated by ThermoFisher)

5:00 - 6:00

Small is beautiful: microfluidics as an enabling technology for dynamically controlled high content imaging (Sponsored and Facilitated by Millipore

 

September 17  

3:00 - 6:00

Round Table Sessions – Live Zoom Meetings

3:00 - 4:00

Deep Learning-based HCS Image Analysis – Principles and Application (Sponsored and Facilitated by Genedata)

4:00 - 5:00

High Content Screening: Optimizing Multi-Parametric, Cell-Based Assays (Sponsored and Facilitated by ExpressCells)

5:00 - 6:00

Transitioning high content assays to 3D: Scientific opportunities and imaging challenges (Sponsored and Facilitated by Molecular Devices)

* Zoom Room Limit: 500 people in each session

Speakers

  • Lina Nilsson, PhD
    Vice President of Product, Overseeing Data Science, Engineering and Innovation Biology Initiatives at Recursion
    Biography

      Lina Nilsson is Senior Director of Data Science Product at Recursion, a biotech that is reimagining drug discovery using machine learning and large-scale laboratory automation. Previously, she was the COO of Enlitic, a startup that uses deep learning to improve clinical radiology. As Innovation Director at University of California, Berkeley, she helped spin out social-impact technologies. Lina has been recognized on MIT Technology Review's "TR35" annual list of the world's top innovators. Her writings on open science, social impact technologies, and gender & tech have been published in the New York Times, Washington Post, and Science. Lina has a PhD in biomedical engineering from the ETH Zurich.

    • Scott Fraser, PhD
      Professor of Biology, Bioengineering, & Convergent Biosciences University of Southern California
      Biography
        Professor Scott E. Fraser has a long-standing commitment to quantitative biology, applying the tools of chemistry, engineering, and physics to problems in biology and medicine. His personal research centers on imaging and molecular analyses of intact biological systems, with an emphasis on early development, organogenesis, and medical diagnostics. After training in physics (B.S., Harvey Mudd College, 1976) and biophysics (Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University, 1979), he joined the faculty at UC Irvine, and rose through the ranks to become Chair of the Department of Physiology and Biophysics. In 1990 he moved to Caltech to serve as the Anna L. Rosen Professor of Biology, and the Director of the Biological Imaging Center. He is deeply committed to interdisciplinary training and translational research, having helped found the Caltech Brain Imaging Center and the Kavli Institute of Nanoscience, as well as serving as the Director of the Rosen Center for Biological Engineering. In Fall 2012, he moved to USC to take a Provost Professorship in the Dornsife College of Letters Arts and Sciences, the Children's Hospital Los Angeles, Keck School of Medicine and the Viterbi School of Engineering. He remains active in interdisciplinary research and serves as the Director of Science Initiatives for the USC campuses.
      • Session Chair: Juliana Conkright-Fincham
        Stowers Institute for Medical Research
      • Session Chair: Taosheng Chen
        St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
      • Session Chair: Shilpa Sant
        University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy
      • Session Chair: Kyle P. Quinn
        University of Arkansas
      • Session Chair: David Andrews
        Sunnybrook Research Institute
      • Session Chair: David Van Valen
        Caltech
      • Session Chair: Khuloud Jaqaman
        UT Southwestern Medical Center
      • Mark-Anthony Bray, PhD
        Data Scientist, Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research
        Biography

          Mark joined NIBR in 2016 as data scientist specializing in machine learning applied to high-content microscopy. He completed a Ph.D. in biomedical engineering at Vanderbilt University, a postdoctoral fellowship at Harvard University, followed by a staff scientist position in the Imaging Platform at the Broad Institute in Cambridge MA.

        • Meritxell B. Cutrona, PhD
          High Throughput Bioscience Center, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
          Biography
            Dr. Cutrona is a molecular and cellular biologist with expertise in membrane trafficking and image-based HCS/HCA in two- and three-dimensional cell culture systems. After graduating in Biology (1999), she obtained her MASt in genetic anthropology (2001) and her Ph.D for gene regulation studies (2006) at the University of Barcelona (Spain). During her postdoctoral research at the Negri Sud Institute (Italy), from 2007, she conducted a genetic dissection of COPII-vesicles independent protein ER export and membrane trafficking in human cell lines. In 2016, Dr. Cutrona was appointed as a postdoctoral Research Associate at CÚRAM - SFI Centre for Research in Medical Devices and University College Dublin (Ireland) where she developed a HCS/HCA high-resolution imaging platform to dissect complex phenotypes and molecular mechanisms that regulate uptake, traffic and penetrance of synthetic nanoparticles in 3D spheroids. From January 2020, Dr. Cutrona has been appointed as a Staff Scientist at HTB in St. Jude Children's Research Hospital (US), where she studies chemoresistance-triggering pathways in advanced in vitro models of pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma. She is implementing HCA pipelines to extract quantitative morphological information from organelles to organoids in order to establish phenotypic signatures of chemical and genetic perturbation from primary tumor organoid cultures.
          • David Egan, PhD
            CEO, Core Life Analytics
            Biography

              David Egan is the co-founder and CEO of Core Life Analytics, a Netherlands-based company that helps biologists to analyze their own data. Born in Carrickerry, Ireland he completed his undergraduate training in Industrial Chemistry at the University of Limerick. He received his Ph.D. in 1997 from Cornell University Graduate School of Medical Sciences in New York, NY. His graduate thesis was carried out in the laboratory of Dr. Kathleen Scotto at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.

              It was during a post-doctoral fellowship with Dr. Ron Evans at The Salk Institute in la Jolla, CA that David became interested in the use of high throughput technologies for drug discovery. This led to a position at OSI Pharmaceuticals in 2001 and, after a return to Europe in 2003, subsequent positions establishing and managing academic automation facilities at the Netherlands Cancer Institute in Amsterdam, and the University Medical Center Utrecht.

              In Utrecht, while managing the Cell Screening Core at the Department of Cell Biology that he encountered the challenges of data analytics in high throughput image-based screening. This led to the development of the StratoMineR platform with Wienand Omta and the subsequent establishment of Core Life Analytics, which was co-founded with Wienand in 2016.

            • Joshua Harrill, PhD
              Toxicologist, United States Environmental Protection Agency
              Biography

                Dr. Harrill works as a cellular and molecular toxicologist with the US Environmental Protection Agency's Center for Computational Toxicology and Exposure. Dr. Harrill’s expertise is in vitro toxicology, specifically the application of next generation sequencing, high content imaging (HCI) and other complementary technologies for high-throughput chemical hazard screening, characterization and risk assessment. Dr. Harrill is currently a lead investigator for NCCT’s high-throughput transcriptomics and high-throughput phenotypic profiling hazard screening programs that focus on the use of broad-based high-content profiling assays for concentration-response screening of environmental chemicals in human-derived in vitro test systems. Dr. Harrill received his B.S. in Biochemistry from North Carolina State University and a Ph.D. in Toxicology for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dr. Harrill’s graduate and postdoctoral training focused on the application of transcriptomic technologies for evaluating mechanisms of pesticide neurotoxicity and development of HCI-based high-/medium-throughput methods for in vitro developmental neurotoxicity screening. Dr. Harrill then served as a principal investigator at a non-profit research institute researching the role of ligand-activated nuclear receptors in tissue development and liver carcinogenesis using transcriptomic technologies as well as developing novel in vitro models for assessing chemical effects on hepatic stem/progenitor cells. Dr. Harrill also has experience from the private sector in conducting human health risk assessments using USEPA and state-level guidance as well as devising and managing rapid-phase environmental sampling, analysis and data interpretation programs during events involving the release of potentially hazardous chemicals.

              • Ashish Kulkarni, PhD
                Institute for Applied Life Sciences, University of Massachusetts Amherst
                Biography
                  Ashish Kulkarni is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. He has courtesy appointments in the Departments of Chemistry and Biomedical Engineering. Prior to this, he was an Instructor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Associate Bioengineer at Brigham and Women's Hospital. He received his B. Tech. in Chemical Technology from Institute of Chemical Technology, University of Mumbai, his PhD in Chemistry from University of Cincinnati, Ohio and his postdoctoral training from Harvard Medical School and MIT. At UMass Amherst, his lab is working on the development of nanoscale platform technologies for cancer immunotherapy applications. His work is published in high impact journals (including Advanced Materials, Nature Biomedical Engineering, Nature Communications, PNAS, ACS Nano, Biomaterials, Cancer Research etc.) and gathered a lot of attention and featured in several global media outlets (BBC News, Boston Globe, Boston Herald, Yahoo News, Nature, Science News, Science Daily etc.). He was recently selected as one of the top 12 rising researchers by American Chemical Society's Chemical & Engineering News, a 'Young Innovator' in Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering' by Biomedical Engineering Society and a 'NextGen Star' in Caner Research by American Association for Cancer Research. He is a recipient of the Melanoma Research Alliance Young Investigator Award, Cancer Research Institute Technology Impact Award, Hearst Foundation Young Investigator Award and Harvard Cancer Center Career Development Award.
                • Jeffrey Moffitt, PhD
                  Boston Children's Hospital
                  Biography
                    Dr. Jeffrey Moffitt received his PhD in Physics from the University of California Berkeley under the direction of Dr. Carlos Bustamante, where he developed novel optical manipulation methods to study molecular motors. He received postdoctoral training from Dr. Xiaowei Zhuang at Harvard University, where he developed methods for transcriptome-scale imaging in single cells. In particular, he was a co-inventor of the spatially resolved single-cell transcriptomics approach known as MERFISH. Dr. Moffitt is an Investigator in the Program in Cellular and Molecular Medicine at Boston Children's Hospital and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Microbiology at Harvard Medical School. His laboratory is developing new spatially resolved methods for single-cell 'omics and using these tools to discover and map cells in a wide range of tissues. His laboratory is supported by a Pew Biomedical Scholar Award, the NIH, and the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative.
                  • Susanne Rafelski, PhD
                    Cell Science at Allen Institute
                    Biography
                      Susanne Rafelski is a quantitative cell biologist and the Director of Assay Development at the Allen Institute for Cell Science. The mission of the institute is to conjoin genome- editing, live cell imaging, genomics, deep learning and computation to create a human stem cell state space and elucidate the mechanisms of state transitions. Prior to joining the Institute in 2016, Susanne was an Assistant Professor in the Department of Developmental and Cell Biology, the Department of Biomedical Engineering, and the Center for Complex Biological Systems at UC Irvine. Susanne began imaging live cells and visualizing intracellular dynamics in 3D when she was 17 and hasn't been able to stop since. Her life-long scientific goal is to decipher the patterns and rules that transform the overwhelming complexity found inside cells into functioning units of life. She believes that to do this we must understand the organization of the structures within the cell in space and time. Susanne takes an interdisciplinary, quantitative approach to cell biology, combining live-cell image-based assays, molecular genetics, and computational methods.
                    • Sergi Regot, MS, PhD
                      Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
                      Biography
                        Sergi Regot is an assistant professor in the Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
                      • Sandro Santagata, MD, PhD
                        Brigham and Women's Hospital
                        Biography
                          Sandro Santagata is an Associate Professor at Harvard Medical School and practices Neuropathology at Brigham and Women's Hospital where he directs a research laboratory in the Department of Pathology. He is a member of the Ludwig Center at Harvard, the Harvard Program in Therapeutic Science and the HMS Laboratory of Systems Pharmacology. He is leading efforts to generate tumor atlases as part of the NCI Moonshot Human Tumor Atlas Network (HTAN). His work in the field of high-dimensional pathology uses multiplexed tissue imaging of cancer resection specimens to understand the biological properties of tumor cells within their native microenvironment.
                        • Melissa C. Skala, PhD
                          Morgridge Institute for Research, Madison WI
                          Biography
                            Melissa Skala received her B.S. in Physics at Washington State University in 2002, her M.S. in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2004, and her Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering at Duke University in 2007. Her postdoctoral training was also in Biomedical Engineering at Duke University, from 2007-2010. From 2010-2016, she was an Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Vanderbilt University. In 2016 she moved her lab to the Morgridge Institute for Research and Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Wisconsin - Madison. Her lab focuses on developing biomedical optical imaging technologies, personalized cancer treatment technologies, and more effective cancer therapies.
                          • Jay Unruh, PhD
                            Stowers Institute for Medical Research
                            Biography
                              Jay Unruh received a B.S. in biochemistry from John Brown University and a Ph.D. in chemistry from the University of Kansas. He completed his postdoctoral studies in the Laboratory of Fluorescence Dynamics at the University of California, Irvine before joining the Stowers Institute as a research specialist in 2008. In 2010, Unruh took on the role of research advisor, then in 2015 Unruh was appointed co-head of the Microscopy Center. And since 2019, Unruh collaboratively directs the activities of Microscopy, Imaging and Big Data.
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