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Alec De Grand
Alec De Grand

Alec De Grand

Product Manager

My name is Alec De Grand and I’m a product manager for virtual slide scanning and upright microscopes at Olympus. I’ve been at Olympus for over 10 years, managing clinical products, marketing initiatives, imaging courses and trade shows

Bülent Peker

Bülent Peker

Senior Product Marketing Manager

Hello. I’m Bülent Peker and I’m your designated expert on laser scanning microscopy. I first developed an interest in microscopy and photonics during my PhD in physical chemistry where I worked on time-resolved two-photon microscopy and this passion has been with me ever since.

I’ve been at Olympus for over 13 years and have helped the team introduce our cutting-edge laser scanning microscopes into the market. I’m particularly fascinated by the application of multiphoton systems and the customization possibilities of laser scanning systems. 

Chunsong Yan

Chunsong Yan

Business Development Manager, Life Science

Hello, my name is Chunsong Yan and I am a business development manager for life science at Olympus Australia and New Zealand. I am currently responsible for confocal, multiphoton, light sheet and slide scanning systems. I joined Olympus in 2003, working in various roles, always trying to offer the best Olympus solution to our customers.

Daniel Bemmerl

Daniel Bemmerl

Area Manager, High-End Microscopy Systems

My name is Daniel Bemmerl and I’m here to help you with anything related to 3D high-content analysis and organoid imaging. I joined Olympus as an application specialist for TIRF microscopy and high-content screening and now specialize in 3D analysis software.

I studied molecular and developmental stem cell biology and quickly realized that I was more interested in the more technical aspects of research and especially in imaging itself than in the specimens I was imaging. I came to Olympus Life Science because I liked the idea of working outside of the lab and as an interface between customer and development. I'd be happy to answer any of your questions on 3D imaging and help you improve your imaging workflow to focus on your research.

Dr. Nicolas Bourg

Dr. Nicolas Bourg

Chief Technical Officer and Co-Founder of Abbelight

Hello. I’m Dr. Nicolas Bourg, chief technical officer (CTO) and co-founder of Abbelight and I’m your designated expert for single molecule localization microscopy (SMLM) – as known as nanoscopy – which includes techniques like PALM, dSTORM, SPT-PALM and DNA-PAINT.

I’m an optronic engineer by training, and I did a Ph.D. in biophotonics at the Paris-Saclay University, working on a unique 3D nanoscopy technique with unprecedented resolution. With my research team, we decided to share all the knowledge I acquired during my PhD and we created Abbelight: a startup that aims to make nanoscopy even more powerful and fully accessible to any biologist without advanced microscopy training. My job is to answer all your questions about nanoscopy, so please get in touch.

Flavio Giacobone

Flavio Giacobone

Product Marketing Manager

Hi, my name is Flavio Giacobone and I am responsible for slide scanning solutions across the Olympus Europa markets. Imaging has always been in my blood, starting from my degree in biomedical engineering, and joining Olympus has allowed me to experience first-hand the shift to digital, which has been happening in many clinical and research fields. I built my expertise in whole slide imaging starting from Olympus’ first scanner, the dotSlide, so I have witnessed with my own eyes how much progress has been made since that first product.

Ganesh Kadasoor

Ganesh Kadasoor

Application Specialist at Olympus Medical Systems India Ltd

Hello! I am Ganesh Kadasoor, and I have worked with Olympus high-end imaging in India for the past 15 years. I have Bachelor and Master’s degrees in Life Sciences and secured my Ph.D. in Medical Entomology from the University of Mysore, India. I joined Olympus as a confocal specialist, taking care of all high-end imaging systems including live cell imaging, laser scanning confocal, TIRF, spinning disk confocal, super resolution, and multiphoton microscopes. I’m currently the National Manager (Applications Support) at Olympus Medical Systems India Ltd, Bangalore, and am involved in conducting training programs for scientists, academics, and the distributor network across the country. I am also responsible for organizing various microscopy and imaging workshops, seminars, and webinars as well as support both national and international microscopy courses as tutor/trainer in India.

Heiko Gäthje

Heiko Gäthje

Senior Trainer, Training Academy

Hello, my name is Heiko Gäthje. My expertise in widefield and confocal fluorescence microscopy and image processing of 3D data began when working as a biologist – I focused on neuronal development of insects and the structure of sialic acid binding neuronal proteins in mammals.

I joined Olympus in 2004 and I have been a microscopy trainer at the Olympus Academy since 2008, where I am responsible for the conception and introduction of digital learning tools. I also support and conduct microscopy training courses at the EMBL Heidelberg and the Zurich Winter School on Advanced Microscopy where I answer a lot of questions related to image processing and image analysis.

Irina Rakotoson

Irina Rakotoson

Life Science Product Manager, PhaseView

Hello. I’m Irina Rakotoson and I’m the Life Science Product Manager for PhaseView. I obtained my master's degree in Cell Biology, Physiology and Pathology specialized in aging at Paris Descartes University. Before joining PhaseView as Product Manager, I worked in a Neuroscience research lab (SPPIN), optimizing clearing protocols for the microscopy core facility.

Junsung Kim

Junsung Kim

Product Specialist at Olympus Korea

Hi, my name is Junsung Kim and product specialist of confocal microscope in Olympus Korea. I have a master’s degree in bioengineering from Korea University. I joined Olympus in 2014 and providing application support for customers with Olympus confocal and multi-photon microscopes.

Kathy Lindsley

Kathy Lindsley

Application Specialist, Life Science Applications

I’m Kathy Lindsley and I’m an application specialist at Olympus, supporting camera-based imaging systems. I have a B.Sc. in biochemistry from Iowa State University. I joined Olympus in 2006 as a research imaging sales representative and in 2012 I transitioned to the life science applications group. Prior to joining Olympus, I worked as a research assistant in academic research for 15 years, gaining experience in patch clamp, calcium imaging, tissue culture and immunohistochemistry.

Lauren Alvarenga

Lauren Alvarenga

Product Manager, Life Science Microscopy

Hello. I’m Lauren Alvarenga and I work as a product manager for research imaging at Olympus where I’m currently responsible for imaging software and inverted and super-resolution microscopes. I have a B.Sc. in biomedical photographic communications from the Rochester Institute of Technology. I’ve been with Olympus since 2015, supporting the FLUOVIEW product lines in the US, Canada and Latin America.

Manoel Veiga

Manoel Veiga

Application Specialist, Life Science Research

Hello. My name is Manoel Veiga and I’m part of the team that implemented deep learning in Olympus’ software. I joined Olympus in 2017 where I developed expertise in high content screening, image analysis and deep learning. I am also an expert in fluorescence lifetime imaging.

I first became interested in data analysis during my PhD in physical chemistry – an interest which I developed further after discovering the power of convolutional neural networks and the incredible image analysis tasks they can tackle.

Minju Kim

Minju Kim

Product Specialist at Olympus Korea

Hi, I am Minju Kim and product specialist of biological microscope in Olympus Korea. I joined Olympus in 2010 and working as highend sales and product specialist for the live cell and fluorescence imaging systems. Also, I am charged of the training programs for the distributors in South Korea.

Paul Monnier

Paul Monnier

Life Science Application Scientist

Hello, I’m Paul and I look forward to discussing CRISPR gene editing projects with you. I obtained my Ph.D. in molecular biology from the University Pierre and Marie Curie in Paris and worked as a postdoc at ETH Zurich on CRISPR genetic screens to study stem cells and X-chromosome inactivation.

I joined Cytosurge to set up a new biological laboratory where I develop applications, proof of principle experiments and protocols related to FluidFM technology in the field of life sciences, currently focusing on CRISPR applications. Please feel free to get in touch with me for any questions in this area.

Rebecca Bonfig

Rebecca Bonfig

Product Manager, Confocal Microscopy

Hello. My name is Rebecca Bonfig and I’m the product manager for confocal microscopy at Olympus. I completed my graduate work at the University of Louisville in the department of physiology and biophysics, studying the post-transcriptional regulation of the renal phosphate transporter Npt2a by parathyroid hormone. I’ve been with Olympus since 2015, supporting the FLUOVIEW product lines in the US, Canada and Latin America.

Shohei Imamura

Shohei Imamura

Strategic Project Manager, Regenerative Medicine and Drug Discovery Solutions

My name is Shohei Imamura. I’m a strategic project manager at Olympus. I have four years’ experience in scientific microscopy sales and seven years’ experience in product planning –especially software – and strategic project management and execution. I have a bachelor of commerce from Meiji University in Japan.

Srivats Hariharan

Srivats Hariharan

Manager, Product and Application at Olympus Singapore

Hello! My name is Srivats Hariharan a.k.a Hari and I’m the product manager for Confocal, Multi-Photon and Super-Resolution microscopy at Olympus Singapore. I hold a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and have experience working in biomedical research labs and A*STAR Microscopy Core Facility where I supported researchers on confocal and live cell imaging technologies and help setup single molecule super-resolution and light sheet microscopy. 
I joined the life science team of Olympus Singapore in 2011 as Product Manager and in-charge of supporting research customers and business partners in South East Asia and Taiwan.

Stefan Marawske

Stefan Marawske

Senior Sales Specialist, High-End Life Science Systems

Hello, I’m Stefan Marawske and I’m your expert on super resolution microscopy. During my PhD in the field of physical chemistry I created a home-built microscope for localization-based super resolution and particle tracking. I was fascinated by the fact that these methods are able to break the famous Abbe limit and were able to resolve structures that could not be identified before.

I’ve been working for Olympus for more than 7 years and I’ve mainly been responsible for high-end imaging systems such as TIRF and spinning disc. These systems typically have a high level of flexibility as many different devices can be combined for various applications, so if you need any help in defining your dedicated configuration, please get in touch.

Takeo Ogama

Takeo Ogama

Senior Product and Strategy Planner and Product Manager

I’m Takeo Ogama, a senior product and strategy planner and product manager for microscope cameras at Olympus. I have eight years’ experience working in the research and development department on various products – including cameras – and eight years of product planning, marketing and management experience. Before joining Olympus, obtained my master’s degree in neutrino physics from Osaka University in Japan.

Wei Juan Wong

Wei Juan Wong

Application Specialist

Hi! My name is Wei Juan Wong and I am application specialist for clinical and research market products. I have a degree in physics and have experience working in a biophysics research lab and a microscopy core facility. I joined Olympus Singapore Life Science team in 2018 as product specialist, providing application support for customers and in charge of the training program for distributors in South East Asia region.

Klaus Willeke

Klaus Willeke

Product Marketing Manager

Hello, I’m Klaus Willeke, Product Marketing Manager at Olympus Life Science Division and I’m responsible for our new X Line objectives. During my geology studies, the polarization microscope was an essential tool for determining and researching mineral compositions and structures. I was always fascinated by how colorful the world of minerals appears through a polarization microscope and how much you can discover with the help of light and good optics.

I’ve been working for Olympus for more than 22 years where I was 17 years a sales representative for industrial and life science microcopy in Germany and after that in European Product Marketing in the Scientific Solutions Division of Olympus, responsible for upright clinical and research microscopes and X Line lenses. 

Dr. Hrishikesh Pai

Dr. Hrishikesh Pai

Medical Director, Bloom IVF Group

Dr Hrishikesh Pai did his Fellowship in Reproductive Biology from the Royal Women’s Hospital, Melbourne Australia in 1989. He did his Masters in Clinical Embryology and Andrology from the Jones Institute, Eastern Virginia Medical School, USA in 2006. He has won 45 plus awards including the Honorary FRCOG from the Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists, United Kingdom in 2019. Dr Pai has been the Past President of the Indian Society for Assisted Reproduction (ISAR) and is the present Director of Corporate Affairs for International Federation of Fertility Societies (IFFS). Dr Pai is the President Elect of the Federation of Obstetric and Gynecological Societies of India (FOGSI) with a membership strength of 37,000 members. It is the second largest medical body of gynecologists in the world, only second to the ACOG.

Hiroya Ishihara

Hiroya Ishihara

Applications Scientist, Olympus Technologies Asia, Olympus Corporation

Hello. My name is Hiroya Ishihara, and I'm an application scientist at Olympus. At the Tokyo University of Science, I studied epigenetic factors involved in plant regeneration using omics and microscopy. Confocal and two-photon microscopes were my trusted partners at that time. I joined Olympus to help advance life science research and make it more exciting with microscopy. Currently, I'm working on a wide range of projects from basic research to product/sales strategy.

Dr. Gowri Balachander

Dr. Gowri Balachander

Research Fellow, Translation Mechanobiology lab, National University of Singapore

Dr. Gowri Balachander is a Research Fellow at the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore. She completed her PhD at the prestigious Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India where she worked on engineering 3D organotypic models for the study of breast cancer metastasis. At NUS, she currently works on morphogenetic models for human liver development and regeneration.

Joanna Hawryluk

Joanna Hawryluk

Product Manager

Joanna Hawryluk is a product manager for Olympus Corporation of the Americas located in Waltham, MA. She has been with Olympus since 2017 within the Marketing department specializing in our 3D cell analysis software, lightsheet microscopy, electrophysiology, and our cell culture monitoring system. Dr. Hawryluk received her doctorate degree in Physiology and Neurobiology in 2016 from the University of Connecticut.

Benjamin Compans, Ph.D.

Benjamin Compans, Ph.D.

Marie Curie Research Fellow

Benjamin received his Ph.D. from the University of Bordeaux. During his Ph.D., in the group of Dr. Choquet at the Interdisciplinary Institute for Neuroscience, he studied the nanoscale organization of glutamate receptors at excitatory synapse and its importance for synaptic plasticity. In 2018, he joined the lab of Professor Burrone at King’s College London for his postdoc where he investigates the molecular organization of inhibitory synapses and its role in regulating neuronal firing, a project for which he obtained a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Action postdoctoral fellowship.

Lin Guo

Lin Guo

Manager, Product and Application Life Science Department Scientific Solutions Business Division, Olympus Singapore

Lin got his PhD back in 2010 in National University of Singapore working on biophysical research. From 2009 he joined Olympus as Technical and Application specialist taking care of laser based high end imaging system. In 2012, Lin decided to move back to China and taking a position with one of the leading scientific camera manufacturers Photometrics. There, he started as application specialist, later become regional sales manager and finally scientific sales manager for Asia Pacific. In 2021, Lin moved back to Singapore, joining Olympus Singapore as the manager for product and application. Lin has a long experience of various techniques on scientific digital imaging including various camera technologies.

Ask the Experts

Olympus Discovery Summit

Olympus Discovery Summit: Advance Your Imaging | October 26–27, 2021

During two full days of virtual presentations, join your peers as they discuss the ways they are using imaging techniques to advance their research. You can also attend live product demos and tech talks from Olympus experts.

To the Diffraction Limit and Beyond: The Nanoscale Organization of Axo-Axonic Synapses | 2 p.m.

Experts
Benjamin Compans, Ph.D.
Marie Curie Research Fellow
Here we use super-resolution microscopy to decipher the precise molecular organization of axo-axonic synapses and its modifications during activity-dependent forms of plasticity.

To the Diffraction Limit and Beyond: The Nanoscale Organization of Axo-Axonic Synapses | 10 a.m.

Experts
Benjamin Compans, Ph.D.
Marie Curie Research Fellow
Here we use super-resolution microscopy to decipher the precise molecular organization of axo-axonic synapses and its modifications during activity-dependent forms of plasticity.

Light Sheet Microscopy – New multi-resolution and -color imaging methods

Experts
Irina Rakotoson
Life Science Product Manager, PhaseView
Join Irina to discover an easy and effective method to obtain perfect multi-color, multi-resolution imaging in Light Sheet Microscopy (LSM) for 3D fluorescence imaging. In this webinar you’ll learn about the challenges of multi-color channel acquisition in LSM and how to correct chromatic shifts for clean and crisp images.
Olympus Organoid Conference: Think Deep, See Deeper | 3-Day Virtual Event | September 7-9, 2021

Olympus Organoid Conference: Think Deep, See Deeper | 3-Day Virtual Event | September 7-9, 2021

From 7 – 9 September, learn from Olympus microscope users and technology partners on how they can support your scientific research. Cell Biologists, Microscopists and Image analysis experts will share their experiences and answer your questions.

Create a Smarter Cell Culture Workflow

Experts
Joanna Hawryluk
Product Manager
In this webinar, expert Joanna Hawryluk explores how the OLYMPUS Provi™ CM20 incubation monitoring system can help improve the health and stability of cell cultures through machine learning. With the aid of AI, the CM20 monitor automatically measures cell conditions using constant analysis parameters to provide quantitative data—all while your cultures remain safely in the incubator.

Digital Image Processing: Point and Local Operation Filters (Encore Edition)

Experts
Heiko Gäthje
Senior Trainer, Training Academy
Want to get a better understanding of digital image processing techniques? Then watch our Ask the Experts webinar rerun on July 29, where we discuss how point and local operation filters can be used to control sources of error such as noise or low contrast in microscopy images. As well as exploring the mathematics behind image processing techniques such as segmentation, extraction and thresholding, our expert Heiko will also discuss the ethics of image processing – helping you judge whether specific techniques are allowed.
Depth Matters: Transforming Biology for More Realistic and Meaningful Pursuits

Depth Matters: Transforming Biology for More Realistic and Meaningful Pursuits

Experts
Dr. Gowri Balachander
Research Fellow, Translation Mechanobiology lab, National University of Singapore
Improvements to in vitro three-dimensional (3D) models are making them increasingly better at mimicking in vivo-like cellular behavior. Every tissue presents a distinct microenvironment with a unique blend of biochemical and biophysical components that dictate cellular behavior. Recreation of critical features of tissues that nurtures recapitulation of in vivo-like cellular behavior is the essence of an effective 3D model. In this webinar, through specific examples of 3D models for tissue development and cancer, we will revisit the fundamental principles of designing 3D models that can effectively recapitulate critical features of the tissues in vitro and applications of such models in mechanistic studies and drug testing. Our work also highlights the importance of 3D imaging systems, such as laser scanning confocal microscopes, which are necessary for such work.

Microscope Objectives—Where the Magic Happens (Encore Edition)

Experts
Klaus Willeke
Product Marketing Manager
Lauren Alvarenga
Product Manager, Life Science Microscopy
Get another chance to learn about cutting-edge microscope technology on July 8th, when we replay our webinar with Olympus microscope experts Lauren and Klaus. In this webinar, the experts will discuss how objectives affect image quality and highlight why good optics are so important in complex microscope systems. The webinar also covers how progress in lens manufacturing technology is transforming the capability of advanced microscopy systems, and explores how versatile new lenses are enhancing applications including whole slide imaging, super resolution systems, and laser scanning microscopy.

Three-Dimensional High-Throughput Image Analysis of Patient-Derived Organoids and Spheroids

Experts
Hiroya Ishihara
Applications Scientist, Olympus Technologies Asia, Olympus Corporation
Organoids and spheroids can more faithfully reproduce in vivo conditions, and imaging-based analysis can monitor cell-specific responses with high spatial resolution. Therefore, we have been developing imaging-based three-dimensional analysis and drug evaluation methods using patient-derived cancer organoids and spheroids.
Olympus Discovery Summit—Looking Forward: A New Era of Research

Olympus Discovery Summit—Looking Forward: A New Era of Research

The Olympus Discovery Summit, held in April, featured microscopists and imaging experts sharing about advances in technology and research. Experience or relive this free three-day virtual event by watching the webinars on demand. Hear from your peers and learn about topics, including best practices for a post-pandemic workplace, emerging technologies, next-generation models for research, and more!

Digital Image Processing Part 2: Advanced Image Processing Filter

Experts
Heiko Gäthje
Senior Trainer, Training Academy
In our first webinar on this topic, we learnt that images taken with a light microscope are never quite a perfect reflection of our samples. There are always sources of error, and as we can only minimize such errors, the raw data of an imaging experiment will often need some digital image processing before final image analysis.
ICSI—Past, Present & Future

ICSI—Past, Present & Future

Experts
Dr. Hrishikesh Pai
Medical Director, Bloom IVF Group
In this webinar, Dr. Pai will be sharing on what’s new in the management of male infertility with special focus on Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI). He will be describing the latest diagnostic modalities in male infertility especially sperm DNA fragmentation, genetic testing, cryotozoospermia and microsurgical TESA in cases of non-instructive azoospermia.

Microscope Objectives—Where the Magic Happens

Experts
Ganesh Kadasoor
Application Specialist at Olympus Medical Systems India Ltd
Wei Juan Wong
Application Specialist
In this webinar, Olympus microscope experts Ganesh and Wei Juan discuss the importance of good optics in a complex microscope system and what optical features are important for high final image quality.

Microscope Objectives—Where the Magic Happens

Experts
Klaus Willeke
Product Marketing Manager
Lauren Alvarenga
Product Manager, Life Science Microscopy
In this webinar, Lauren and Klaus would like to emphasize the importance of good optics in a complex system like a microscope. They will discuss different aspects which are important for the final image quality.
High-Content Screening: Customized Analysis Made Easy

High-Content Screening: Customized Analysis Made Easy

Experts
Manoel Veiga
Application Specialist, Life Science Research
Shohei Imamura
Strategic Project Manager, Regenerative Medicine and Drug Discovery Solutions
In this webinar, Manoel and Shohei, our deep learning and high-content screening experts, will introduce the scanR system’s assay builder. The scanR system is Olympus’ dedicated high-content screening platform with a unique sample navigation approach and analysis inspired by flow cytometry.
Think Deep, See Deeper with Near-Infrared Laser Scanning Confocal Microscope

Think Deep, See Deeper with Near-Infrared Laser Scanning Confocal Microscope

Experts
Chunsong Yan
Business Development Manager, Life Science
Srivats Hariharan
Manager, Product and Application at Olympus Singapore
If you’re interested in having more fluorescent markers in your sample, imaging deeper into your sample at high resolution, and conducting live cell imaging with minimal phototoxicity, check out this on-demand webinar from Olympus imaging experts.
Digital Image Processing: Point and Local Operation Filters

Digital Image Processing: Point and Local Operation Filters

Experts
Heiko Gäthje
Senior Trainer, Training Academy
Takeo Ogama
Senior Product and Strategy Planner and Product Manager
Images captured with a light microscope are never true representations of the specimen; there are always sources of error that must be controlled. In this webinar, we will discuss how these sources of error can be managed.
Live Cell Super Resolution Imaging: The Big Picture of Small Things

Live Cell Super Resolution Imaging: The Big Picture of Small Things

Experts
Chunsong Yan
Business Development Manager, Life Science
Lauren Alvarenga
Product Manager, Life Science Microscopy
Stefan Marawske
Senior Sales Specialist, High-End Life Science Systems
In this webinar, Olympus imaging experts Stefan, Lauren, and Chunsong will discuss how to more easily create super resolution images.
Light Sheet Microscopy for Deeper Insight into Life

Light Sheet Microscopy for Deeper Insight into Life

Experts
Irina Rakotoson
Life Science Product Manager, PhaseView
In this webinar, you’ll learn how the Alpha3 light sheet microscope combines very thin optical sectioning and high-quality Olympus optics for high-resolution 3D imaging of both live and fixed biological samples.
Imaging Multiple Subcellular Structures at the Nanometer Scale in 3D

Imaging Multiple Subcellular Structures at the Nanometer Scale in 3D

Experts
Dr. Nicolas Bourg
Chief Technical Officer and Co-Founder of Abbelight
Join Dr. Nicolas Bourg, the co-founder of Abbelight, as he discusses how fast and easy it can be to obtain high-quality, reliable, and understandable single-molecule images of your samples with 15 nm resolution in 3D.
FluidFM: A Novel Approach to CRISPR Gene Editing by Direct Intra-Nuclear Delivery

FluidFM: A Novel Approach to CRISPR Gene Editing by Direct Intra-Nuclear Delivery

Experts
Paul Monnier
Life Science Application Scientist
In this webinar, Paul Monnier from Cytosurge will show you how to overcome one of the biggest challenges in gene editing: delivery of the genetic material into the nucleus. Paul will discuss the FluidFM nanosyringe that can gently pierce the nuclear envelope to deliver reagents directly into the nucleus.
3D Assays: Intelligent Software, Insightful Analyses

3D Assays: Intelligent Software, Insightful Analyses

Experts
Daniel Bemmerl
Area Manager, High-End Microscopy Systems
Shohei Imamura
Strategic Project Manager, Regenerative Medicine and Drug Discovery Solutions
In this webinar, we discuss how to obtain the best statistical data for spheroids and microplate-based assays. These data can help you quantify the response of a 3D model to a compound and makes it easier to compare the effect of different treatments, such as varying concentrations.
Modern Slide Scanning: Single-cell Phenotyping on Fixed Samples

Modern Slide Scanning: Single-cell Phenotyping on Fixed Samples

Experts
Alec De Grand
Product Manager
Flavio Giacobone
Product Marketing Manager
Learn about the latest generation of slide scanners in this on-demand webinar. Our experts will discuss how modern slide scanners can be a workhorse for your applications and how multiplexing can reveal much more information from a slide. With a guest expert from Ultivue, you’ll learn how single-cell phenotyping can dramatically improve the understanding of the dynamics in a sample, even if it is a fixed slide.
Multiplexing and Deep Tissue Imaging with Near-Infrared Confocal Laser Scanning Microscopy

Multiplexing and Deep Tissue Imaging with Near-Infrared Confocal Laser Scanning Microscopy

Experts
Bülent Peker
Senior Product Marketing Manager
Rebecca Bonfig
Product Manager, Confocal Microscopy
In this webinar, you’ll learn about fluorescence multiplexing and deep tissue imaging using near-infrared (NIR) laser light.
Deep Learning: Opening Doors to New Applications

Deep Learning: Opening Doors to New Applications

Experts
Kathy Lindsley
Application Specialist, Life Science Applications
Manoel Veiga
Application Specialist, Life Science Research
Join Manoel and Kathy as they explain how to unleash the power of deep learning to tackle challenging image analysis tasks.
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