Applications in Cancer Research: RNA Isolation from Organoids and Spheroids

Wednesday, July 24, 2024 — 1:00 p.m. ET


Applications in Cancer Research: RNA Isolation from Organoids and Spheroids

Traditional 2D cell cultures often fall short in mimicking real-world biology. But 3D models like organoids and spheroids offer a game-changing approach, allowing researchers to delve deeper into complex biological processes in a physiologically relevant context.  

This free webinar, sponsored by ThermoFisher Scientific and hosted by Dark Daily, will demonstrate how researchers can advance their research using innovative RNA extraction methods for organoids and spheroids. 

Join us to learn more about how organoids and spheroids are revolutionizing cancer research, offering a powerful 3D approach to drug discovery, disease modeling, and more.  


Sign up here to join the July 24 webinar with live Q&A.

Key Learnings

This webinar will equip you with the knowledge to: 

  • Master new RNA extraction methods and workflows specifically optimized for 3D cell cultures. 
  • Demystify four key RNA extraction methods: 
  • Organic solvent and spin column kits 
  • Magnetic bead-based methods 
  • Cell lysate-to-signal kits 
  • Choose the perfect RNA extraction method for your specific 3D cell culture needs. 
  • Gain valuable insights into spheroid behavior over time in culture  

Who Should Attend

  • Researchers and clinical professionals focused on oncology 
  • Clinicians looking for make better treatment decisions 
  • Clinical laboratory directors and cancer management teams 

Expert Panel

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Laura Chapman 

Senior Staff Scientist Manager, ThermoFisher Scientific 

Laura leads a group of scientists who develops new tools optimized for DNA and RNA isolation from a wide range of sample types. She is responsible for co-developing the Invitrogen Cells-to-CT kits, used to measure relative gene expression by real-time RT-PCR without the need to purify RNA prior to amplification.

Anupriya Gupta 

Staff Scientist, ThermoFisher Scientific 

Anupriya helped co-develop the Genexus Purification System, wherein she specifically worked on reformulating buffers and instrumentation. She has widespread experience working with magnetic bead-based technologies, automation, liquid handling, and looking at downstream assays like RT-PCR and fragment analyses.

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Jay Bhandari 

Staff Scientist, ThermoFisher Scientific

Jay is focused on applying several RUO sample preparation kits portfolios and reagents for a variety of applications to enable our customers and provide better life science solutions.   


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