MAY 31, 2016 07:00 AM PDT

Protect your Cells with Proper Pipetting - How liquid handling influences your cell culture work

SPONSORED BY: Eppendorf, Eppendorf
CONTINUING EDUCATION (CME/CE/CEU) CREDITS: P.A.C.E. CE
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Speakers:
  • Content Editor, Eppendorf AG Hamburg, Germany
    Biography
      Dr. Hanae Henke is the content editor of Eppendorf Headquarter in Hamburg, Germany. She joined Eppendorf in 2015 as application specialist for liquid handling right after finishing her PhD in medical microbiology on the topic of S. epidermidis hip joint infections at the university hospital in Hamburg. Hanae focused on molecular biology and genetics early during her studies of Biology at the University of Hamburg and deepened her knowledge in food microbiology laboratories and at Harvard Medical School in the group of Prof. Roberto Kolter. A project management course in cooperation with Johnson & Johnson medical (Germany) extended Dr. Henke's skills in establishing trainings and giving seminars.
    • Application Specialist Cell Handling, Eppendorf AG
      Biography
        Dr. Jessica Wagener is Application Specialist focusing on Cell Handling at Eppendorf Headquarter in Hamburg, Germany. Entering a cell culture laboratory as a graduate student for the first time in 2006, she came to Eppendorf with 5+ years of experience in cell culture. After studying Biology at the Universities of Marburg and Düsseldorf, she investigated apoptosis mechanisms in different cell lines for her diploma thesis. Following one year as Research Associate working with primary cells she started to work towards her PhD with a focus on reproductive biology at the Medical School Essen. She joined Eppendorf in April 2012 shortly after completing her PhD in Biology.

      Abstract:
      DATE: May 31, 2016
      TIME:  7am Pacific time, 10am Easter time, 4pm Central European Summer time 


      Pipetting is an every-day task in a cell culture lab. We pipette so often that we don't actually think about it. This educational webinar hosted by LabRoots gives an insight in how pipetting techniques can improve reproducibility of experiments and decrease the risk of contamination when working with eukaryotic cells. We will discuss the huge potential lying in pipetting techniques to increase the quality of your results.
       
      Key topics
      • How pipetting techniques can increase the reproducibility of cell-based experiments
      • How handling of pipetting tools can help to reduce the risk of contamination
      • Differentiation of pipetting tools (multichannel pipette, dispenser etc.) according to applications in cell culture
      • Set up of the working space in the biological safety cabinet to maintain a sterile environment
      Who should attend (Who will benefit from this webinar?)
      Laboratory technicians, Scientific employees, Students, PhD students, Post docs and employees of cell culture laboratories.

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