The new Thermo Scientific Tundra Cryo-TEM is our latest step toward more efficient and reliable macromolecular structural analysis, whether you’re new to cryo-EM or an experienced microscopist. See the latest scientific results from the Tundra Cryo-TEM, which allows you to not only rapidly optimize frozen hydrated specimens, but also directly determine high-resolution structures. During this webinar you will be able to see the Tundra Cryo-TEM in action and learn more about its easy-to-use semi-automated loading system, as well as dramatic improvements in automation that make the Tundra Cryo-TEM an ideal instrument for a wide range of users.
Dr. Lingbo Yu, Product Marketing Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Dr. Yu received her PhD from the University of Vermont, where she worked on algorithms specifically designed for low-dose cryo-electron microscopy (cryo-EM) images of biological samples in the lab of Dr. Michael Radermacher. Prior to joining Thermo Fisher Scientific, she worked as a software developer, optimizing automated, single-particle data collection at the National Institutes of Health and FEI Living Lab Structural Biology Center.
Dr. Dimple Karia, Applications Architect, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Dr. Karia is part of the research and development team within the Materials and Structural Analysis Division at Thermo Fisher Scientific. Dr. Karia received her PhD and postdoc in structural biology from the University of Oxford. She later worked as a senior cryo-EM staff scientist running the EM Facility, University of Oxford before joining Thermo Fisher Scientific.
Dr. Jeff Lengyel, Director, Product Marketing, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Dr. Lengyel is the principal scientist for electron microscopy life sciences in the Materials and Structural Analysis Division at Thermo Fisher Scientific. He received his PhD in biochemistry as a joint Health Sciences Scholar at the National Institutes of Health and the University of Cambridge under the mentorship of Dr. Sriram Subramaniam and Professor Richard Perham.