|Time:||Friday 1-Apr-2016, 5:00–7:00 p.m.|
|Place:||Photomedicine & Biomedical Optics Lab, Northeastern University|
|Egan Research Center – Northeastern University, Room 328 (third floor)
120 Forsyth St, Boston, MA 02115
|Prof. Bryan Spring|
|Note:||Book also the transportation by Modulight right after the PAPDT session at ASLMS|
Welcome to see the latest illumination solutions for biomedical application in our product demo co-located with ASMLS 2016 meeting. We will demonstrate how to build up the most efficient laboratory set-up for photosensitive drug and molecule development, supporting automated individual well and large area illumination of 96-well plates and petri dishes.
The automatic biomedical illumination system ML8500 supports customized well-to-well illumination and dose profiles and has options for fluorescence, well imaging, temperature control (incubation) and sample shaking. The illumination solutions range from 400nm to 2000nm from our multi-wavelength medical laser platform ML7710 that supports your pathway all the way from in vitro research to animal models, clinical studies and eventual medical product launch.
Refreshments and hors d’oeuvres available for all attendees.
Products on display:
Assistant professor, Photomedicine & Biomedical Optics, Northeastern University, Boston, MA
Manager for new product introduction, Modulight, Inc.
Objective of the meeting is to share key insights of the illumination and monitoring technologies in light based medicine and facilitate networking. Please to the event by 25th March, 2016 by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Feel free to suggest this event to a colleague.