Expert Insight: 5 new webinars to expand your research and knowledge

Gain insights on topics from point-of-care blood testing, cardiac troponin and biomarker discovery to clinical QC and more

27 Sep 2021


SelectScience® hosts dozens of informative and insightful free webinars for scientists every month, featuring world-class speakers at the very forefront of their respective fields. In this regular feature, we highlight the events you won't want to miss over the next week or so, as well as some of our top on-demand webinars.

Register now to save your spot and hear from experts as they discuss the latest research, techniques and technologies in their fields, from the use of high-sensitivity cardiac troponin in the emergency department and point-of-care blood gas testing to breath-based diagnostics, a new imaging data management platform and quality control practices in the clinical laboratory, and more. 

 

POINT-OF-CARE: Is the effort really worth the result? hs-cTn at the point of care or lab?

This webinar will cover the utilization of high-sensitivity cardiac troponin (cTn) in the emergency department (ED) and its impact when delivered via a rapid point-of-care (POC) device or core laboratory. In a moderated debate format, the case for using a point-of-care test to deliver high-sensitive cTn results will be presented, debating potential advantages in efficacious assessment of patients where myocardial infarction (MI) is part of the differential diagnosis.

Monday, September 27, at 16:00 BST / 17:00 CEST / 11:00 EDT / 08:00 PDT

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CLINICAL DIAGNOSTICS: Impact of point-of-care blood gas testing at a large community hospital

Patti DeJuilio, Clinical Director of Respiratory Care, Center for Sleep Health, will discuss the implementation of POCT and highlight the impact on cost, sepsis bundle compliance and employee engagement. Specifically,  she will explore how the increased utilization of lactate testing with improved sepsis bundle compliance may have reduced mortality and improvements associated with clinical, operational, and financial outcomes.

Tuesday, September 28, at 16:00 BST / 17:00 CEST / 11:00 EDT / 08:00 PDT 

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HEADSPACE SAMPLING: Detect, discover, diagnose: Uncovering biomarkers to advance non-invasive breath-based diagnostics

This webinar will showcase how Owlstone Medical, in collaboration with Markes, has developed headspace analytical methods for the detection of volatile biomarkers, putting us much closer to breath-based diagnostics for lung disease and liver impairment.

Wednesday, September 29, 16:00 BST / 17:00 CEST / 11:00 EDT / 08:00 PDT 

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DATA MANAGEMENT: Simplifying imaging workflows in your materials research lab

In this webinar, attendees will be introduced to Thermo Scientific Athena Software. This new premium imaging data management platform allows core imaging facilities dedicated to materials science research to simplify their scientific imaging workflows by digitizing scientific research projects and centralizing data management.

Thursday, September 30, at 16:00 BST / 17:00 CEST / 11:00 EDT / 08:00 PDT 

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QUALITY CONTROL: Quality control revision: A refreshing course on basics of quality control practice and applications

This is the first installment of three webinars on internal quality control practices and application in the clinical laboratory. In this webinar, Prof. Astrid Petersmann, Head of Institute of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine, University of Oldenburg, introduces the basics of quality control, in a clinical setting. 

Friday, October 1, 12:00 BST / 13:00 CEST / 07:00 EST 

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Catch up on these 7 on-demand webinars:

  • Legionella testing in drinking water: Approach, evolution and new perspectives: Stefano Della Sala and Paola Miana, from VERITAS, explore the different methods available for detecting Legionella in various water samples, including a protocol for monitoring these microorganisms in drinking water networks, and how to communicate results to managers of those networks.  Watch here»
  • HPLC: How to increase productivity and reduce downtime: Marc Fuehrer, senior product manager at Agilent Technologies, explores the different barriers associated with HPLC productivity, and how to best overcome them using Agilent LC Supplies, and by applying regular system maintenance. Watch here»
  • How to pipette correctly: An expert guide to techniques and best practices: Steve Beckett, from Thermo Fisher Scientific, provides training and advice to help you improve your technique and advance your skills so you can handle anything. Beckett covers the fundamentals of pipetting techniques, including forward, reverse, and repetitive pipetting, what they are, when to use each technique and the effect on results. Watch here»
  • Improve CMC productivity through digital lab transformation: Discover a digital laboratory solution that enables cross-domain integration and real-time, consistent, synchronized and standardized information flow from R&D to manufacturing. Learn how your CMC teams can automate document creation and laboratory processes to simplify and speed up workflows. Watch here» 
  • Hear from the experts developing immune cell therapies: This webinar is the second in our gene-modified cell therapy webinar series, produced in partnership with Sartorius. Three experts in the field of drug discovery and development share how they enable the development of immune cell therapies through cell characterization, including phenotyping and functional analysis. Watch here»
  • Delivering the cells that matter: Accelerating genome engineering workflows through efficient single-cell cloning of human iPSCs: In this webinar, understand the critical parameters for successful genome engineering with an emphasis on efficient single-cell cloning of hiPSCs and find out how CRISPR/Cas9 genome editing and subcloning workflows benefit from automation and explore methods to ensure monoclonality. Watch here»
  • PICASSO and whole body-expansion microscopy for ultra-multiplexed imaging and whole-body super-resolution imaging: Dr. Jae-Byum Chang, Assistant Professor, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), presents two state-of-the-art techniques that he has recently developed. The first technique is PICASSO, which enables greater than 10-color multiplexed imaging of specimens without any reference spectra measurements, even with microscopy equipped with emission filters. The second technique is whole-body expansion microscopy, which enables the super-resolution imaging of all anatomical structures of whole vertebrates, especially zebrafish larvae. Watch here»

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