The Gardner group made an impact on the SPEC 2012 conference in Chiang Mai with five oral presentations and three posters. The presentations were well received, although Peter may have disappointed some of the audience by showing how their transflection mode data is seriously flawed (see our paper on the subject).
Congratulations are due to Melody who was rewarded for her hard work by winning the poster prize.
More details of the work presented can be found via the following links:
- Peter Gardner
The Inherent Problem of Transflection-mode Infrared Microspectroscopy and the Ramifications for Spectral-histopathology/cytology
- Paul Bassan
Rapid and High Throughput Analysis of Paraffin Embedded Whole Tissue Sections: Moving from Micrometers to Centimeters
- Alex Henderson
On-line Image-bank for Tissue Data
- Graeme Clemens
The Effects of Retinoid and Synthetic Retinoids on the Differentiation Pathway of Embryonic Carcinoma Stem Cells TERA2.cl.SP12, Studied Using Infrared Microspectroscopy
- Caryn Hughes
Renal Cell Carcinoma: A Prognostic Target for Spectral Pathology?
- Francis Ball
Classification of Closely Related Leukemia Cell Lines Using Live and Fixed Single Cell SR-FTIR Microspectroscopy
- Konrad Dorling
Using FTIR Imaging to Predict the Presence of Metastasis in Patients with Prostate Cancer
- Melody Jimenez Hernandez
Exploring the Spectroscopic Differences of Caki-2 Cells Progressing Through the Cell Cycle While Proliferating In Vitro