Microarrays Troubleshooting Forum

London
Tuesday, 04 April 2006

Microarrays Troubleshooting Forum
Tuesday, 04 April 2006 09:30 - 16:00

Birkbeck College
Room B02
Malet Street
London
WC1E 7HX
United Kingdom

Map and Directions

This will be a small informal meeting for anyone with questions about Microarray technology. 

Our panel of experts who will answer your questions include:

Professor  Nicholas Saunders  (UK)
Principle Investigator at The Health Protection Agency Colindale, UK
Nick Saunders works in the Genomics Proteomics and Bioinformatics Unit at the Centre for Infections, HPA. His work involves the use of microarrays for typing virulence genes of pathogenic microorgansisms and includes the development and evaluation of novel array formats.


Dr. Jason Hinds (UK) 
St George's, University of London
Dr Hinds has great experience in microarray production and runs training courses in performing microarrays

Dr Christopher Adams  (USA)
Research Manager, Invitrogen Research & Development
Dr Adams work is focused on Epigenetics, particularly array based miRNA and non-coding expression profiling. Previously he has worked on general microarray reagents, developing enabling tools for microarray labelling and detection

Dr Jennifer Ruth Owen  (UK)
European Applications Specialist for the genomics range of products at Genomic Solutions Ltd.
Dr Owen has great experience in quality controlled RNA extraction from a variety of different organisms, direct and indirect labelling methods and hybridisation optimisation, developing and optimising  from first principles. She currently supports and assists users of 6 different microarray printing platforms, an automated hybridisation station and a semi confocal laser scanner.



On registration you will get the opportunity to submit up to three questions to be given to the panel of experts on the day of the Symposium.  The questions will be delivered by the meetings chair - and  there will be plenty of time for interaction with other delegates and with the panel.

 

 

Contact Details

Payment Instructions

    • Payment can be made by Visa or Mastercard online by secure server or by post
    • Cheques should be made payable to Euroscicon and mailed (together with a print out of the invoice which will be available at the end of the registration process) to

    Sally Wheatland
    Euroscicon
    PO Box 49717
    London
    N20 8WH.

    Payment must be received prior to the meeting

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