We have discovered webinars. Now we can share our passion for science and data in preclinical drug development with peers from all over the world. How fantastic is that!
Webinar: Preclinical drug discovery in NASH – Narrowing the translational gap
Two sessions 9 February 2021 at 9 AM and 6 PM
This webinar will focus on strategies to improve clinical translatability of preclinical models of NASH. The webinar also introduces a diet-induced obese and biopsy-confirmed rodent model of NASH with progressive development of fibrosis and hepatocellular carcinoma, that recapitulates the wide spectrum of the human condition. The webinar will be hosted by Principal Scientist at Gubra Henrik Björk Hansen who is one of our experts in NASH models.
Gubra is an abbreviation for GUt and BRAin, the original key focus areas of our research and expertise.
Earlier blockbuster webinars
Webinar: Lost in translation – how to improve the translatability of rodent models of diabetic kidney disease
Senior scientist Mette Viberg Østergaard introduces to the challenges of using current rodent models of diabetic kidney disease in drug discovery and development. Mette then presents an example of how translatability may be improved in a model of diabetic kidney disease in the setting of type 2 diabetes and hypertension.
Release time and duration: November 2020, 23 minutes
Webinar: Imaging diabetes using light sheet microscopy
In this webinar, principal scientist and biologist Jacob Hecksher-Sørensen talks about how to label the beta cells and image the whole pancreas, how to quantify the beta cell volume in mouse models of Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes, and lastly, Jacob takes us down new avenues imaging the nerves and vasculature.
Release time and duration: October 2020, 17 minutes
Webinar: Whole brain imaging using light sheet microscopy
In this webinar, principal scientist and biologist Jacob Hecksher-Sørensen talks about the basic principles of 3D imaging, how to visualise and quantify intensities and cells in the whole brain. Finally, he talks about how this can be applied to large study groups.
Release time and duration: June 2020, 25 minutes