APS Physiology in Disease Modeling and Drug Development Roundtable
Key opinion leaders in cardiovascular physiology and bioengineering discuss best practices and challenges when modeling cardiomyopathies and other cardiovascular diseases using stem cells, engineered tissues and other novel platforms.
Intestinal Toxicity Assessment with Patient-Derived Organoids
Dr. Martin Stahl describes the use of patient-derived intestinal organoids to assess the toxicity of potential therapeutic compounds and study barrier function in a human-specific model system.
#ExpertAnswers: Marta Walasek and Danielle Nguyen Truong on Stem CellsDarius Soo Lum
Marta Walasek and Danielle Nguyen Truong provide tips and tricks to lock down effective genome editing conditions for CD34+ cells, methods to evaluate genome editing efficiency, and optimal culture conditions to maintain Hematopoeitic stem cell function and long-term editing effects.
Optimizing CD34+ Cell Genome Editing for Efficiency and HSPC Maintenance
Experts provide tips and tricks to lock down effective genome editing conditions for CD34+ cells, methods to evaluate genome editing efficiency, and optimal culture conditions to maintain HSPC function and long-term editing effects.
#ExpertAnswers: Alexandra Lubin & Jason Otterstrom on Automated Microscopyhayleighisc
Experts discuss the use of deep learning-powered automated microscopy and image analysis for fast, in vivo zebrafish screening.
Casting a Wider Net in Zebrafish Screening with Automated Microscopy and Image Analysis
Join Dr. Alexandra Lubin and Dr. Jason Otterstrom as they discuss the use of deep learning-powered automated microscopy and image analysis for fast, in vivo zebrafish screening.
#ExpertAnswers: Rafael Carazo Salas on Multicolor High Content Microscopyhayleighisc
Rafael Carazo Salas discusses his lab’s research using multi-day multicolor high content microscopy to visualize cell fate decisions in human induced pluripotent stem cells.
Visualizing Human Stem Cell Dynamics by Multicolor, Multiday High-Content Microscopy
Dr. Rafael Carazo Salas describes the use of multicolour, multiday high-content microscopy to visualise the dynamic cell fate changes of human pluripotent stem cells collectively and at single-cell level.