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X-ray Computed Tomography for Materials and Life Science 7: Life Science Applications

A 3D look at the structures of a reptile, insects, and a mouse, including their stained organs. In the newest episode of the webinar series “X-ray Computed tomography for Materials & Life Science,” we will discuss how to deal with unique challenges in life science sample preparation and introduce some quantitative analyses. 

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Angela Criswell


About the speaker:

Aya TakaseFull Name:         Angela Criswell
Title:                   X-ray CT Senior Scientist
Organization:    Rigaku Americas Corporation

Angela holds a PhD from Rice University and has been with Rigaku for 18 years. She started in the Macromolecular Crystallography Applications lab focusing on X-ray techniques to study structural biology. She has gained expertise in a number of X-ray methods in her tenure at Rigaku, including small angle X-ray scattering and X-ray computed tomography. Angela likes working with customers to find the best fit for their samples while addressing their specific experimental questions. Want to learn more? Connect with Angela on LinkedIn.



About the host:

Tom ConcolinoFull Name:         Tom Concolino
Title:                   Southeast Regional Account Manager
Organization:    Rigaku Americas Corporation

Tom holds a PhD in Chemistry from Mississippi State University and has been with Rigaku for 20 years. He started out in the Small Molecule Crystallography Applications Lab before transitioning to the sales team in 2002. He has been on the front lines helping clients save on time, cost, and effort while pushing forward to support the never-ending need to innovate and explore new materials and structures. From academia to mining to pharmaceutical research, Tom has learned the value of bringing a fresh perspective to each customer application while utilizing his vast experience to collaborate on the best fit solution for each and every customer. Want to learn more? Connect with Tom on LinkedIn and strike up a conversation.