This is our first virtual course to demonstrate the easy usability of performing high throughput, low volume subvisible particle analysis on the Aura system, including our propriety software, Particle Vue. After this training, users should be able to easily load samples, and image, count, and size subvisible particles using Backgrounded Membrane Imaging (BMI).
Key Learning Objectives:
- Understand the principle behind Backgrounded Membrane Imaging which powers Aura
- Familiarity with data outputs: images, counts, size distributions, and summary tables
- Learn best practices for sample preparation and instrument use
About the speaker:
Dr. Karessa White is a Field Application Scientist at Halo Labs. She obtained her Ph.D. from the University of Florida in Communication Sciences and Disorders emphasizing auditory neuroscience. After spending time serving her country as a United States Army Medical Service Officer, Karessa now leverages her expertise and training in molecular biology and analytical science to help biotherapeutic developers create safe and stable drugs with Aura®.