Northeastern University scientists, associated with the Holographic Imaging Cytometry Program of Excellence, have been selected to present their research results at three occasions at the annual meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) in April 2015. In their research, the scientists have used the HoloMonitor M4 time-lapse cytometer from Phase Holographic Imaging to visualize and characterize cellular behaviour.
AACR support all forms of research on more than 200 types of cancer. Among its 33 000 members are the world’s leading cancer researchers, including 40 Nobel laureates. In 2014 over 18 000 researchers and other professionals in the cancer field attended the annual meeting of AACR.
The Holographic Imaging Cytometry Program of Excellence is an application development hub and educational resource providing training programs for scientists using time-lapse cytometry. The Program is located at Northeastern University in Boston Massachusetts and was jointly created by Northeastern University and Phase Holographic Imaging.