YOU ARE INVITED!
Leica Biosystems and LabRoots
Multiplex User Meeting
Save your spot today!
Europe - 9:00 AM Central European Time
Americas - 3:00 AM East Coast
Asia-Pacific - 9:00 AM Singapore Standard Time
Here is your opportunity to be part of the discussion and explore the new research capabilities on the Leica Biosystems BOND RX Fully Automated Research Stainer.
In recent years, there are many developments to increase the capabilities of tissue immunohistochemistry. Multiplexing technology is one of the fastest growing areas in tissue research. Multiplexing allows detection and direct observation of different cell populations within a specimen (visualizing multiple markers at the same time on the same tissue).
Multiplexing offers a researcher these added values:
- Disease panel development
- Maximizing information derived from precious samples
- Acquiring in-depth information about marker interaction and co-localization
- Receiving insights in cell populations and the tumor micro-environment
Our expert team at Leica Biosystems will share with you the latest developments of these applications.
Register now! Participants will be able to:
• Learn directly from Leica Biosystems’ product and application experts about our multiplexing solutions.
• Explore the virtual exhibition space
• Connect with peers in the networking lounge
We look forward to meeting with you at this exciting event!
RESEARCH USE ONLY. NOT FOR USE IN DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURES
Dean joined Leica Biosystems in 2016 and is a senior scientist in the R&D team in Melbourne, working on advanced staining projects. He graduated from Monash University where he pursued a PhD, with the department of Immunology and Pathology. During this time, he investigated the role of T cell lineages in mediating inflammatory retinal disorders. He assessed cellular interactions using fluorescent multiplex IHC with confocal microscopy imaging of retinal wholemounts.
Dr. Jan von der Thüsen is a histopathologist with subspecialist interests in thoracic and cardiovascular pathology. Thüsen received his medical training at the Universities of Cambridge (UK, Trinity College) and London (UK, Imperial College), and his specialist training at Leiden University Medical Centre (The Netherlands). His Ph.D. was also awarded by Leiden University for research into gene therapeutic approaches to atherosclerosis. He developed his subspecialist interest in thoracic pathology during appointments as consultant histopathologist and university lecturer at the Academic Medical Centre in Amsterdam (The Netherlands), and the Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust in London. Thüsen currently works as the lead thoracic pathologist at the Erasmus Medical Centre in Rotterdam (The Netherlands), where his research interests include the pathology of neoplastic diseases of the lung and mediastinum, fibrotic lung disease, as well as the pathology of pulmonary and cardiac transplantation.
|Operating System||Internet Explorer||Firefox||Chrome||Safari|
|Windows 7||IE8+||FF10+||Chrome15+||Windows 8||IE10||FF10+||Chrome15+|
|Mac OS X||FF10+||Chrome15+||Safari5.1+|
- For viewing Webinars:
- For viewing Virtual Events