Webinar on Demand: 2D vs 3D Cell Culture Models and Advanced Techniques
How to choose an assay that fits your purpose and make it a success
There is no single “one size fits all” cell-based assay however 3D cell cultures have been shown to be more physiologically relevant in oncology, immune oncology and other fields.
A number of factors must be considered when choosing a fit for purpose method and making it a success.
In this webinar you will gain insight into:
- What 2D and 3D culture methods are commonly used
- How to successfully establish 3D cell culture in your lab
- Ways to analyze and quantify your 3D cell cultures
Speaker: Martin Theiss, PhD
Martin did a year of civil service at the Senckenberg Research Institute and Natural History Museum and went on to study Biology at Mainz University. Following a visit of Umeå University, Sweden for a year as ERASMUS scholar and thesis work at the Max Planck Institute for Brain Research he obtained his Diploma (MSc) in Mainz. His scientific career proceeded with a microscopy heavy PhD in developmental neurobiology from Heidelberg University which he completed with great honors (magna cum laude). After 3 years as Postdoc in the CellNetworks cluster of excellency he decided to continue his career providing scientific support on the commercial side and currently supports Nexcelom Bioscience as a Field Application Scientist.