Episode 16 – Data acquisition of organoids
Tune into this podcast to hear experts discuss imaging and obtaining data from organoids!
Part two of our Organoids Miniseries is now live! In this episode, sponsored by Molecular Devices, we cover the advantages of three-dimensional imaging over two-dimensional and how to obtain quality data from organoids.
This conversation features Judi Wardwell-Swanson, a Senior Scientist at InSphero and Sebastian Peck, a senior product manager for cellular imaging at Molecular Devices.
Key learning points:
- Examine why 3D organoids are harder to image compared to 2D cell cultures
- Learn about what type of hardware software is used to image organoids at scale
- Uncover some advancing imaging techniques that provide detailed data from an organoid.
Missed the first episode of the Miniseries? You can check it out here.
Sebastian Peck is a senior product manager for cellular imaging at Molecular Devices, one of the world’s leading providers of high-performance bioanalytical measurement systems, software, and consumables for life science research, pharmaceutical, and biotherapeutic development. Peck received his bachelor’s degree in microbial biology from University of California, Berkeley, US, and has over 10 years of experience in imaging, high-content screening, and life science technology. Currently, Peck specialises in maximising high-content imaging solutions to best meet the scientific community’s needs.
Judi Wardwell-Swanson is a Senior Scientist at InSphero. At InSphero her work is focused on the development of high content imaging and microphysiological system applications utilising 3D human microtissue models. Judi also has accumulated more than 25 years of experience in the pharma industry and has a long-standing interest in the utilisation of genomics and imaging technologies to help drive drug discovery. Judi is also the author of several journal articles and a book chapter on high content imaging-related topics such as HCS data management, analysis of multidimensional imaging data, and 3D imaging/analysis of multicellular spheroids.