BC Cancer Research Centre: High Efficiency Cell Engineering Seminar

Join us at BC Cancer Research for an insightful seminar sponsored by MaxCyte

Thursday, March 21, 2024
12:00pm - 1:00pm

In-Person Seminar
Diamond Lecture Theatre Room
675 West 10th Avenue
Vancouver, BC  V5Z 1L3

Lunch will be provided for those attending in-person.

About the seminar
Join us for an exciting cell engineering lunch seminar on Thursday, March 21st from 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm at the BC Cancer Research Centre!

Register to hear how guest speaker Vimal Kerthi, Stanford University's Cell Therapy Center, leverages the MaxCyte platform to manufacture gene engineered products for patients. You will also gain valuable insights into how MaxCyte innovative electroporation platforms enable the efficient engineering of primary cells, stem cells, and many more cell lines.

Discover how our technology guarantees high cell viability and optimal recovery rates for a wide range of applications, including CRISPR, cell-based assays, cell therapy manufacturing, viral production, and so much more.

Space is limited so reserve your spot today!


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Vimal Keerthi

Process Development Scientist at Dr. Steven Feldman’s Lab Stanford Laboratory of Cell and Gene Medicine Stanford Center for Cancer Cell Therapy

Vimal is a Process Development Scientist in Dr. Steven Feldman’s group at the Stanford Center for Cancer Cell Therapy focusing on developing CRISPR knock-in platforms for non-viral CAR-T manufacturing. Prior to working on non-viral platforms, Vimal worked on the process development of Allogeneic Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplants and donor derived T-allo10 Tr1 cell therapies at Stanford’s cGMP Laboratory of Cell & Gene Medicine.


Lucy Yang

Lucy Yang, PhD

Field Application Scientist
MaxCyte, Inc.

After completing her Bachelor’s in Bioengineering at MIT, Lucy finished her PhD in Bioengineering at the University of Washington last year. Her research expertise includes drug delivery, DNA aptamers and chemistry, CRISPR/Cas9 genome editing, and polymer chemistry. Based in Seattle, Lucy currently supports our collaborators throughout the Pacific Northwest and the Bay area.


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Melissa McDonald

Sales Manager
MaxCyte, Inc.

Melissa is a Strategic Business Manager for MaxCyte's Pacific Northwest region and is based in Seattle, WA. She received her degree from the University of Washington in Cell & Molecular Biology, and brings 10 years of experience supporting scientists with comprehensive workflow solutions. She is passionate about supporting organizations on their path from research to commercialization.

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