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Advanced Sequencing , Imaging and Detection Applications

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Advanced Sequencing , Imaging and Detection Applications - PerkinElmer Inc. MD Anderson Cancer Center – Hickey Auditorium R11.1400

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Advanced Sequencing , Imaging and Detection Applications

  1. 1. Join us! 10.11.16 10:00 am to 2:00 pm Advanced Sequencing , Imaging and Detection Applications - PerkinElmer Inc. MD Anderson Cancer Center – Hickey Auditorium R11.1400 MD Anderson Cancer Center Hickey Auditorium R11.1400 Tuesday October 11th 2016 10:00 am to 2:00 pm Hosted by: Jun Gu, M.D., Ph.D., CG(ASCP)CM Associate Professor/Program Director Cytogenetic Technology Program FOOD WILL BE SERVED RSVP: rebecca.montgomery@perkinerlmer.com Phone : 346 901 0233 AGENDA AT A GLANCE Mark McKown –Liquid Handling, Automation Specialist “From Sample to Sequence: Automated Extractions and Library Prep with Microfluidic Nucleic Acid QC” Dr. Cathy Swingler High Content Imaging Application Scientist “Recent Advances in High Content Imaging and Analysis; Speed Sensitivity & Resolution” Dr. Ashish Chougule Field Application Scientist ”Alpha SureFire; Simple and High Throughput Assay Platform For Kinase Research” Dr. Adam Morris Senior Scientist BIOOS “NEXTflex Small RNA-Seq &qRNA-Seq; Avoiding & Identifying Bias for More Accurate Seq Data” AGENDA AT A GLANCE Seminar Speakers and Talks : “From Sample to Sequence: Automated Extractions and Library Prep with Microfluidic Nucleic Acid QC” Mark McKown – PerkinElmer Automation Specialist “Recent Advances in High Content Imaging and Analysis: Speed Sensitivity & Resolution” Dr. Cathy Swingler – Application Scientist, High Content Imaging “Alpha SureFire; Simple and High Throughput Assay Platform for Kinase Research” Dr. Ashish Chougule – Application Scientist “NEXTflex Small RNA-Seq & qRNA-Seq; Avoiding & Identifying Bias for More Accurate RNA-Seq Data” Dr. Adam Morris – Senior Scientist BIOO Scientific LOCATION

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