Cellectricon is an innovative discovery services provider in the areas of chronic pain, neuropsychiatry and neurology. We are now looking for a laboratory assistant/BMA with experience in tissue dissection and cell culture. The employment offers an exciting opportunity to provide important support to our ongoing customer projects.Read more
Friday June 16 2017 at 12-13.30 pm CET
@ Cellectricon head office Mölndal, Sweden
Join our free seminar to learn about:
- Cellectricon’s unique technology platform and discovery services.
- Phenotypic screening approaches in pain research and how iPSC-derived neurons can be used in drug discovery.
- Principles of our humanized phenotypic screening platform and how it can be applied for stem cell-based screening against disease-relevant phenotypes.
Thursday March 9th @ 4 pm CET (10 am EST)
Don’t miss our upcoming webinar on stem cell-based pain and CNS drug discovery. Attendees can gain knowledge of compound profiling to advance research in the CNS and pain therapeutic fields and get an understanding of the principles of operation of Cellectricon’s phenotypic screening platform.
Paul Karila, VP of Discovery Services, Cellectricon
Ashley Barnes, Head of Drug Discovery Services, Censo Biotechnologies
Cellectricon and Censo Biotechnologies introduce a joint technology access program utilizing high-quality Human iPSC-based discovery services for CNS and pain research
Mölndal, Sweden and Cambridge, UK – 26th January 2017
Cellectricon AB and Censo Biotechnologies Ltd are announcing the introduction of a joint technology access program for a fully humanized phenotypic screening platform targeting preclinical neuroscience and chronic pain research.Read more
Cellectricon and Censo Biotechnologies collaborate to offer high-quality Human iPSC-based discovery services for CNS and pain research
Mölndal, Sweden and Cambridge, UK – 8th September 2016
Cellectricon AB, a leading provider of advanced cell-based discovery screening services, today announced a commercial collaboration with UK-based stem cell technology company Censo Biotechnologies Ltd. Under the agreement, the parties will provide a suite of high-quality Human iPSC based discovery services to support both preclinical neuroscience and chronic pain research.Read more
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