MaxWell Biosystems was present at the ISSCR 2020 Annual Meeting! This global stem cell event took place virtually from 23-27 June and we were happy to take part in these five days of outstanding science.
The ISSCR content is available on-demand for 30-days, so if you attended ISSCR 2020, make sure to watch the recording of our Innovation Showcase on Next Generation High-Content Electrophysiology Systems for Efficient Functional Characterization of Human iPSC-Derived Neurons. (Note: You have to be an ISSCR 2020 attendee to access the video.)
You can also still visit the numerous posters featuring results obtained using our high-content electrophysiology platforms:
- MDD500: Functional Characterization of Axons in Human iPSC-derived Neurons Modeling Brain Diseases by High-density Microelectrode Arrays, presented by Dr. Michele Fiscella, MaxWell Biosystems
- MDD501: Functional Characterization of Human iPSC-derived Neuronal Networks Using High-density Microelectrode Arrays presented by Silvia Ronchi, ETH Zurich
- MDD309: Characterization of Dopaminergic Neurons with Copy Number Variations Associated to Autism and Schizophrenia, presented by Dr. Maria Sundberg, Boston Children's Hospital
- CI238: In Vitro Recording of Propagating Action Potential along Sensory Axon with High-density Microelectrode Array, presented by Dr. Kenta Shimba, University of Tokyo
- MDD448: Electrophysiological Characterization of α-Synuclein Function in Human iPSC-derived Dopaminergic Neurons using High-Density Microelectrode Arrays, presented by Philipp Hornauer, ETH Zurich
- MDD431: Comparison of Electrophysiological Tools for Brain Organoids derived from Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells, presented by Dr. Jing Fan, Hopstem Biotechnologies
We also had very nice interactions at our virtual booth and some live demonstrations of our MaxOne and MaxTwo systems. If you did not attend the event but would like to discuss with our scientific team to find out how our high-content electrophysiological platforms can facilitate your research we would be happy to schedule a call with you! You can choose a timeslot that fits your schedule by clicking on this link.