High content analysis (HCA) allows for the systematic and automated assessment of biological events on the cellular and subcellular level. In combination with high throughput functional screening (HTS), HCA is a powerful tool for chemical biology, drug discovery and phenotypic drug profiling. However, analysis of large multiparametric data sets is challenging and remains a major bottleneck in the process of translating massive amounts of collected information into biological knowledge.
Our workshop aims to provide a platform for discussion on how to address these challenges within the SciLifeLab high content and high throughput phenotypic screening community (Hi2Com).
The agenda includes:
We hope to learn from our community on solutions and issues, and initiate strategies to address these collectively and collaboratively. We believe that exchanging knowledge and experience will facilitate and benefit our future work, and contribute to building on the SciLifeLab community.
Jordi Carreras Puigvert
Venue: SciLifeLab Solna, Wangari meeting room, Widerströmska huset, Tomtebodavägen 18A, Solna
|09:00||Welcome and opening words|
SciLifelab platform presentations
|11:00||In Vitro and Systems Pharmacology, DDDP|
|11:50||Chemical Biology Consortium Sweden (CBCS)|
|12:10||Lunch & Round table discussions|
|14:00||Marjo Puumalainen (Helleday’s lab)|
|14:20||Jordi Carreras-Puigvert (Oscar Fernandez-Capetillo’s lab)|
|14:40||Olli Kallioniemi team|
|15:00||Q/A session with wrap up by Carolina Wählby|
|17:00||Pizza&Drinks at SciLifeLab pub|
Due to the limitation in available seats (50), the organizing committee reserves the right to select attendees based on the motivation provided in the registration. The final decision about application will be made on the 8th of April, notification will be sent out by e-mail.
Registration has closed. For inquiries regarding any last minute seats, please contact Magdalena Otrocka – email@example.com
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