Webinar: Investigating Disease Mechanisms – Advancements in Metabolic Analysis
21st June at 2pm
The world of scientific research is constantly evolving, and advancements in technology have revolutionised our understanding of various diseases. One area that has seen significant progress is metabolic analysis, which allows us to delve deeper into the intricate workings of metabolic processes underlying diseases. In an effort to shed light on the latest developments in this field, a free webinar titled “Investigating Disease Mechanisms: Advancements in Metabolic Analysis” is set to take place. This 2-hour long webinar will feature leading specialists who are utilising the state-of-the-art Seahorse Analyser in a physiologically relevant atmosphere to unlock the mysteries of diseases.
Mason Technology is the exclusive distributor of Don Whitley Scientific products in Ireland, providing the Irish market with a comprehensive range of laboratory equipment, including anaerobic, hypoxic and microaerobic workstations.
Dr Jonathan D Gilthorpe
Combining an oxygen regulated environment and Seahorse to understand the intersection between cell metabolism and disease pathogenesis
Dr Scott Allen
Investigating mechanisms of hypoxic induced metabolic dysfunction in neurodegenerative disease models.
Dr Johann Matschke
Identification of metabolic mechanisms driving cancer cell radiation resistance and associated therapeutic opportunities
A well-defined problem is half solved – developing a bespoke Whitley Workstation to suit the Seahorse XF Analyser
For information on Don Whitley Scientific equipment:
Seán Connaughton is a technical sales consultant at Mason Technology, representing Don Whitley Scientific in Ireland. Mason Technology can supply, install, and commission any solution from the complete range of Don Whitley Scientific products including anaerobic workstations, GMP compliant workstations, hypoxic workstations, spiral platers, and jar and gassing systems.
Technical Sales Consultant for Don Whitley Scientific
M: +353 87 388 4212
DD: +353 1 4534422