Introduction to multicell patch clamp recordings

BNA Event - 9th Jun 2022

Join us on Thursday 9th June, 5-6pm (BST) for a comprehensive introduction to multicell patch clamp electrophysiology recording technologies, hosted by Dr Max Oginsky, Product Specialist, Scientifica.

In this webinar, we will discuss who may benefit from performing multicell patch clamp experiments, provide an overview of the technique, and the benefit of Scientifica micromanipulators when multicell patching. Dr. Stephanie C. Seeman, of The Allen Institute, will speak about her work and how multicell patch-clamp electrophysiology has benefitted her research.

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Stephanie SeemanDr. Stephanie C. Seeman
Stephanie joined The Allen Institute for Brain Science in 2016 to aid in research efforts exploring circuit connectivity and processing in mouse and human cortex. This work utilizes simultaneous whole-cell patch clamp electrophysiology to identify and characterize connectivity between targeted cell types. This project recently culminated in a publication to Science and a public data release along with interactive tools for exploration. Stephanie earned her Ph.D. in Neuroscience from the University of Washington where she worked to understand the connectivity and plasticity of sensorimotor cortex using in vivo recordings of population local field potentials.

Max Oginsky

Dr Max Oginsky

Prior to joining Scientifica as a Product Specialist in the US, Max earned his PhD at Georgia State University investigating how neurons alter their ion channel function to maintain normal activity in a mouse model of Rett Syndrome. As a postdoc at the University of Michigan, Max earned NIH funding awards by investigating how excitatory synaptic currents are altered by insulin in the nucleus accumbens, and later worked to understand the role of neuronal networks in information processing during sensory-guided tasks.

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