Three dimensional (3D) spheroidal cell models have become a mainstay in life science research to provide the most in vivo-like environment. Performing media exchanges and washes with unattached spheroids can be problematic due to the risk of accidental spheroid removal. In this webinar we will introduce the MultiFlo™ FX's new AMX™ Automated Media Exchange Module, a novel automated, peristaltic pump-based tool that allows these procedures to be carried out in a controlled and consistent manner that eliminates spheroid disruption and removal, simplifying long-term 3D experimental procedures.
Brad Larson, Principal Scientist
Brad Larson is a Principal Scientist at BioTek Instruments, Inc. His roles include optimizing new drug discovery assay chemistries and cell culture models on BioTek’s line of automation, microplate detection, and imaging instrumentation. He has worked for more than 20 years with numerous automation and detection platforms to optimize a variety of assays in the drug discovery field, including kinase, GPCR, epigenetics, drug metabolism, toxicity, and immune-oncology assays.