One of the world's leading analytical instrumentation companies is presenting an educational webinar on nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) later this month.
Bruker is holding the online event to offer insight into the relevance of NMR to health related questions, diagnostic applications and treatment decisions.
Bruker are now inviting people to register for the online event, which is taking place on Wednesday 27th November and is free of charge.
Both increased life expectancy and changes in lifestyle habits have led to an increased need for healthcare providers to offer improved diagnostic tools that can enable early disease prediction and accurate recognition of disease stages as well as predicting treatment outcome in patients.
Instruments are also needed to assist in the individualized treatment of patients as well as being suitable for phenotyping populations to establish overall trends in disease susceptibility.
In the upcoming seminar, NMR applications expert Dr. Manfred Spraul will explain how the NMR approach provides a valuable tool for addressing some of these challenges.
NMR can generate results at the touch of a button and can also be combined with integrated data analysis techniques to provide detailed reports for physicians to interpret, for example.
NMR also provides a highly reproducible and reliable approach that can operate in conditions of high throughput and across a wide range of health or disease related parameters in the analysis of both body fluids and body tissues.
Following the main presentation, metabolomics and systems biology expert Dr Claire Cannet will be hosting a question and answer session.
The seminar which is entitled “NMR based translational research to develop in vitro diagnostic routines,” is available in two sessions which will start at 10.00 am and 5.00 pm CET time.
Individuals who are unable to attend the event are given the opportunity to register anyway and have the webinar slides and a link to a recording of the event sent to them for viewing at a more convenient time.
Register now to Session 1 (10:00 AM CET) or Session 2 (5:00 PM CET) .