The conference focused on discussing the latest technologies in the preclinical, translational neuroscience space and also new innovations happening in translational neuroscience imaging.

Paul Karila, CSO & Director, chronic pain research, gave a presentation on Oct 4, 2018 titled:

Novel approaches and concepts for development of functional in vitro assays targeting neurodegenerative disease discovery

The talk covered:

  • Combining primary and stem cell-derived neuronal cell cultures with optical electrophysiology to produce complex assays for functional screening
  • Microsystems engineering approaches for generation of compartmentalized cell cultures for high capacity screening
  • Multiparametric data analysis of combined optical electrophysiology and high content imaging data to cover both functional and morphological aspects of disease

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paul karila
CSO & Director, chronic pain research

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