Life Science Innovation – Trends in Single Cell Analysis #8

Life Science Innovation – Trends in Single Cell Analysis #8

Single Cell Technologies and their Fields of Application (Tumor Cells)

With ‘Trends in Si  ngle Cell Analysis #8’ we will continue our event format ‘Life Science Innovation’, which provides insights into innovative research topics and current developments in Duesseldorf, NRW and beyond.

This time, we want to go into a single cell and learn how we can investigate its intracellular contents. To this aim we have invited Prof. Cornelia Monzel from the Department of Experimental Physics at the Heinrich-Heine University Duesseldorf. She will present an overview on how to use magnetogenetics to manipulate signalling pathways in single cells.

Then, Dr. Orane Guillaume-Gentil from the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne will show Fluidic Force Microscopy (FluidFM) use in live-cell biology, followed by Dr. Tamás Gerecsei who will present how Cytosurge’s FluidFM adaptation enables further single-cell experiments.


Welcoming speech: Dr. Thomas Heck, Life Science Center Duesseldorf

Prof. Dr. Hans Neubauer, PhD, University Hospital Duesseldorf


Moderation: Prof. Dr. Hans Neubauer, PhD, University Hospital Duesseldorf

  • Probing and Manipulating Signalling Pathways in Single Cells with Magnetogenetics
    Cornelia Monzel, PhD, Experimental Medical Physics, Heinrich-Heine University Duesseldorf, Duesseldorf, Germany

Moderation: Prof. Dr. Nikolas Stoeklein, MD, University Hospital Duesseldorf

  • FluidFM in Live Cell Biology: From Biomechanics to Single-Cell Omic Profiling
    Orane Guillaume-Gentil, PhD, Laboratory of Systems Biology and Genetics, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Lausanne, Switzerland


Moderation: Dr. Dieter Niederacher, PhD, University Hospital Duesseldorf

  • The FluidFM Omnium platform and how it enables single-cell manipulations
    Tamás Gerecsei, PhD, Application Scientist, CYTOSURGE AG, Glattbrugg, Switzerland

Organizer: LifeScienceNet Duesseldorf and the Liquid Biopsy Center Duesseldorf (LBCD) of the University Hospital Duesseldorf

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