Experts discuss the ease of use and advantages to using a harmonized approach of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Mass Spectroscopy for the detection and identification of narcotics.
Key Topics Include:
- Increase evidence robustness by application of orthogonal methods
- Take advantage of training and maintenance synergies from one single point of contact
- Enhance ease of use and through put with harmonized methods
- Shorten time to result with benchtop instruments in every local laboratory
Head of Business Unit Industrial
Dr. Joerg Koehler studied physics and holds a doctoral degree from the Institute of Biophysics and Physical Biochemistry of the University of Regensburg. His research focused on High-Pressure-NMR based studies of folding intermediates of biochemically active macromolecules. After several positions in sales, sales management and business administration he joined Bruker as Head of Business Unit Industrial. Today Dr Joerg Koehler is accountable for Bruker’s global activities in magnetic resonance in various industrial market segments including forensics.
Product Manager FT-NMR Benchtop Solutions
Dr. Venita Decker studied Neuroscience, but did her dissertation in the field of solid-state NMR (Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Goettingen). In 2012, she joined the Bruker solid-state NMR application. As a NMR-late entrant she since then actively supported Bruker solutions that simplify the complexity of NMR (TopSolids, the minispec FormCheck). Since 2018, she is the Product Manager for FT-NMR benchtop solutions, bringing her mission to the next level.
Applied Solutions, Demo Team Leader & Toxtyper Specialist
Head of Bremen Applied Solutions Demo Team 1997 Post Doc, University of Braunschweig, Germany, 1996 PhD in Food Chemistry, University of Braunschweig, Germany With Bruker Daltonik since 1998, her core competences are Toxtyper and TargetScreener solutions; forensic, food, environmental and industrial applications using ion trap, QTOF and timsTOF
Dr. Christian Schnell describes his work involving implantable infusion pump studies in rodents and the advancement of pharmacological interventions in oncology research.
A Comprehensive How-To Demonstration of Higher Throughput Excitation-Contraction Coupling Investigations
Join Michiel Helmes and Diederik Kuster as they demonstrate best practices and new techniques in high-content, higher throughput investigations of excitation-contraction coupling in isolated cardiomyocytes.
Experts present key considerations in the design of rigorous preclinical studies in rodent models of muscular dystrophy, including animal model selection, assays and endpoints, and how your results can inform translation to the clinic.