An optimal Environment Across All Stages of Cell Culture [ENG. VERSION]

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Dr. Lindsey Parker

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The Life Sciences Rendez-vous : Bioprocess, Media and Sera - PART 3/3. Attend our new compact webinars series (30min) in your local language. See Part 1, Part 2 and other languages on our webinar page. Media and Sera are crucial components in cell culture – providing nutrition such as inorganic salts, amino acids and vitamins, or growth factors to your cells – and optimal products should be carefully selected. This webinar presents an overview of Corning’s media and sera portfolio, and how these may enhance both production and research in bioprocess applications. Corning’s media and serum offering includes: •Many different formulations of standard media to meet specific applications •Serum- free and specialty media •Standard and premium origin sera •A choice of specialty sera and treatments for optimal cell culture and assay performance Join this webinar for an overview of how our media and sera can fit into your workflow. About presenters: Dr. Lindsey Parker Lindsey completed her Ph.D. in Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine at the University of Leeds (UK), validating a bioreactor for the application of mechanical stimuli to MSC. She subsequently joined UCL as an industrial KTP associate, leading clinical research in umbilical cord- derived MSC scale-up in collaboration with a tissue bank. Lindsey is currently a Bioprocess Sales Specialist at Corning, providing specialist support in bioprocess ranges, such as advising on product selection, custom products, and providing training.
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