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Teach Me in 10 – Antibody-based Imaging With Dr Charlotte Stadler

Video   Jun 11, 2020

 

This instalment of Teach Me in 10 features Dr Charlotte Stadler, who began her research career as a PhD student within the Human Protein Atlas. Now, she is the Head of the Cell Profiling Facility at the Science for Life Laboratories where her focus lies in antibody-based imaging. In her Teach Me in 10 challenge, Stadler eloquently discusses the recent progress in antibody-based imaging, and how novel methods in this space are helping to facilitate advancements in proteomics research. Like us, you might want a notepad at the ready to take notes as Dr Stadler shares some fascinating insights. 

Dr Stadler is a member of the EPIC-XS consortium and emphasizes that non-Swedish researchers can submit proposals for project support from the Cell Profiling Facility here. You can also connect with Dr Stadler via Linked In.



 




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