News Medical's "Thought Leaders" series is a selection of articles written by national and
international experts and trusted advisers in the life sciences industry. All the articles are
written by experts who have been invited as recognised leaders in their fields to provide
a "state of the art" contribution.
Matthias Mann explains why applying proteomics-based technologies such as timsTOF could accelerate the diagnosis and prediction of human disease.
A therapeutic monoclonal antibody and its Fab and Fc fragments were recently investigated using differential scanning fluorimetry, temperature-ramped dynamic light scattering, and turbidity measurements.
Dr. Hannes Röst describes how his lab are using diaPASEF to monitor the human proteome throughout a person's lifetime, and how machine learning could be used to analyze the data.
Digital pathology is the viewing, analyzing, and managing of digitalized pathology slides with computer technology called whole slide imaging, or WSI, which generates a tremendous volume of data. A single whole slide image can be a gigabyte or larger in size.
Zachary Lawton describes a portable GC-MS solution for the identification of Kratom and other drugs that cannot be identified using traditional colorimetric tests.
Professor Igor K. Lednev explains why Raman spectroscopy could replace biochemical tests for the analysis of bodily fluids in forensic science.
Fábio Almeida describes how NMR can be used to elucidate protein structure and how this data can be applied to human disease.
In this interview conducted at the University of Lubeck NMR center, Chritsian Sina outlines how NMR technology could help personlized nutritional medicine.
In this interview, Albena Lederer, Head of the Polymer Separation Group at the Leibniz Institute for Polymer Research, talks to News-Medical Life Sciences about the techniques and methods used to understand and analyze polymers.
An interview with Stéphane Marinesco, discussing the development of ultra-small microelectrode biosensors for the analysis of traumatic brain injuries.
Renee Frontiera discusses the development of a super-resolution Raman microscope that could one day supersede fluorescence-based super-resolution microscopes.
In this interview, Joshua Crossney outlines his talk at Pittcon 2019, aimed to bring together analytical scientists with the medical cannabis community to bridge the gaps and advance research in the cannabis industry.
Dr Kelly Zhang outlines recent advances in multidimensional liquid chromatography (MDLC) for pharmaceutical analysis, to be discussed at Pittcon 2019.
Wei Min has been awarded the Pittcon 2019 Achievement Award. In this interview, he outlines the current imaging challenges in biomedicine and how his novel chemical imaging methods can overcome these.
In this interview, Marco Versiani discusses how he uses micro-CT in dentistry for the Root Canal Anatomy Project.
An interview with Dr. Ester Segal, discussing the development of a 2D silicon microarray that supports the growth of bacteria and fungi for rapid AST.
In this interview, Dr. Michelle Peace provides an introduction to her research into the use of e-cigarettes for the inhalation of illicit drugs.
In this interview, Michael Dong discusses stability-indicating methods such as UHPLC, in pharmaceutical analysis. At Pittcon, Michael will introduce a 3-pronged template approach to HPLC method development.
In this interview, Judy MacInnis from Cape Breton university, explains the importance of giving students hands-on EPR experience during in their studies.
In this interview, Dr. Polinski and Dr. Atabakhsh discuss the importance of developing biomarkers for Parkinson’s and the partnership between MJFF and Abcam.