Overview:

Learning Objectives:

  • How to add optical imaging capabilities to your lab
  • How to detect very few cells
  • How to differentiate multiple signals within the same animal
  • How to properly acquire and analyze data
  • How to do ex vivo imaging…and much more
On Demand
Slide Deck

In this webinar, Katie answered the most frequently asked questions in the preclinical optical imaging field. Whether you are just exploring the idea of adding optical capabilities to your lab or you’ve been imaging for years, you won’t want to miss the opportunity to add some of these tricks to your arsenal. Everything from substrates to image analysis was discussed!

About the speaker:

Katie Parkins, PhD

Katie Parkins holds a PhD from the University of Western Ontario in Medical Biophysics. Throughout her research training she was focused on the development and application of novel molecular imaging tools to monitor and treat disease, specifically, cancer. Additionally, Katie completed a Postdoctoral Fellowship at Johns Hopkins University where she used multimodal imaging to investigate the molecular mechanisms that may determine immunotherapy response. In her present role as Preclinical Imaging Specialist at Scintica Instrumentation, Katie supports our customers in understanding the products offered and how these instruments help to meet their research needs.