Melinda Angus-Hill, Ph.D. is the Lead Scientist for the Cell DIVE Multiplexed Imaging Solution at Leica Microsystems. She completed a Ph.D. in Oncological sciences and a postdoctoral fellowship in translational cancer research and genetics, where she developed mouse models of human disease. Prior to joining Leica, she was a Validation Scientist for the Cell DIVE, super-resolution and high content imaging solutions, where she represented the voice of customer perspective, and provided technical expertise and application validation support. Melinda has also previously led a research laboratory as a Principal Investigator and Assistant Professor at the Huntsman Cancer Institute in Utah, US, where she studied the effects of mind body medicine and stress reduction on the tumor microenvironment and tumor progression in colorectal cancer models.
- Review the basics of study design with a focus on when to use multiplexed imaging
- Compare and contrast descriptive research with discovery and mechanism based research
- Evaluating the requirements for a multiplexed imaging solution