MaxWell Biosystems at Development and 3D Modeling of the Human Brain 2022
We are delighted to be attending the Development and 3D Modeling of the Human Brain meeting in New York from Wednesday 7 – Saturday 10 December. As part of our sponsorship of this event we will be hosting an Interactive Workshop on Friday December 9. Register to attend this exciting live workshop.*
*Workshop is only available for those attending the Development and 3D Modeling of the Human Brain meeting
MaxOne Chip with 9 week old human iPSC- derived cortical organoids, imaged one day after the plating
Title: How to Functionally Characterize Brain Organoids Long-Term using HD-MEAs – A MaxWell Biosystems Interactive Workshop
When: Friday, December 9th, 2022 | Following the morning session
Where: Clarkson Dining Hall
Extra Information: Lunch will be provided during the workshop
About our workshop:
Human organoids derived from human induced pluripotent stem cells (h-iPSCs) are rapidly emerging as promising tools for the investigation of developmental and disease progression. Self-organizing 3D cellular models allow for rapid, non-invasive, patient-tailored, and cost-effective drug screenings and disease modelling. Now, more than ever, the urge to assess organoids cell type composition, gene expression patterns and physiological function is evident.
The electrical activity of brain, retina, cardio or muscle 3D cellular structures can now be easily captured using label-free samples, with MaxWell Biosystems’ High-Density Microelectrode Array (HD-MEA) technology! This powerful technology allows to observe, record, and analyze electrophysiological properties of electrogenic samples at network, single-cell, and sub-cellular levels at high-resolution.
During the workshop, the speakers will:
- Perform live high-resolution functional imaging of neural organoids on MaxWell Biosystems’ HD-MEA platform
- Present results from organoids modeling different brain regions
- Demonstrate the potential of HD-MEA technology for characterizing the physiological function of human neural organoids and for testing compounds
Speakers will showcase MxW HD-MEA technology to capture and monitor the electrophysiological properties of neural organoids, in a live demonstration, including organoids placement on the chip, followed by the observation and activity measurement of the organoids. Speakers will accompany the public hand-in-hand into the everyday experience of MaxWell Biosystems’ users, who are able to investigate their organoids network bursting activity and even measure the conduction along different axons for single cells.
Don’t delay in registering if you want to attend.
Register to Attend:
If you have any questions regarding our workshop please contact Ms. Tina Zel – email@example.com
The MxW Representatives:
Our MaxWell representatives are happy to meet you!
Dr. Urs Frey
Dr. Zhuoliang (Ed) Li
Field Application Scientist
Martina de Gennaro
Field Application Scientist
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