Presentations and Posters

Below please find all presentations and posters generated by the High-Throughput Molecular Screening Center and its scientific staff. If you are interested in viewing a presentation or poster, please click on the linked file or send a request e-mail to Scripps-UFL-HTS@mail.ufl.edu to see if it is available.

There are currently 189 posters and presentations listed below.

189 – Spicer T
May 25, 2022
Opening Conference and Exhibition Ceremonies and Keynote Introduction
SLAS Europe 2022 Conference and Exhibition
Dublin, IE


188 – Spicer T
May 10-12, 2022
Creating Predictive 3D Models Using Cell Lines Panelist
PREDiCT: 7th Annual 3D Tissue Models Summit
Boston, MA, USA


187 – Spicer T
May 10-12, 2022
HTS of 3D Models and Assay Development Workshop
PREDiCT: 7th Annual 3D Tissue Models Summit
Boston, MA, USA


186 – Spicer T
April 26-27, 2022
Drug Response Profiling Using 3D Tumor Models
2022 Americas Building Biology in 3D Symposium 
The Broad Institute Cambridge, MA, USA


185 – Scampavia L
February 10, 2022
3D uHTS Models for Chemo Response Profiling of Cancer
SMi 3D Cell Culture Virtual Conference
London, UK


184 – Shumate J
February 8, 2022
Developing Inexpensive, Open-Source Solutions to Automated Dispensing
SLAS 2022 International Conference and Exhibition
Boston, MA, USA


183 – Fernandez-Vega V
February 9, 2022
3D Screening of Lung Cancer Spheroids using Natural Products
SLAS 2022 International Conference and Exhibition
Boston, MA, USA


182 – Smith E
February 8, 2022
High Throughput Screening for Drugs that Inhibit 3C-Like Protease in SARS-CoV-2
SLAS 2022 International Conference and Exhibition
Boston, MA, USA


181 – Baillargeon P
February 8, 2022
Leveraging Open Source Technology To Support High-Throughput Screening
SLAS 2022 International Conference and Exhibition
Boston, MA, USA


180 – Scampavia L – Session Chair
February 8, 2022
Integrated and Iterative Automated Processes to enable Hit Discovery for the Future
SLAS 2022 International Conference and Exhibition
Boston, MA, USA


179 – Fernandez-Vega V
February 8, 2022
Tumor Organoid and HTS Models for Precision Medicine and Novel Leads
SLAS 2022 International Conference and Exhibition
Boston, MA, USA


178 – Scampavia L – Session Chair
February 7, 2022
Automating Screening Processes
SLAS 2022 International Conference and Exhibition
Boston, MA, USA


177 – Baillargeon P
November 22, 2021
The Impact of Open Source Technologies on Early Stage Drug Discovery Research
IEEE Palm Beach Section Monthly Virtual Meeting
Online Seminar


176 – Rajendra Rao S
November 19, 2021
In-Vitro Analysis of Austism Spectrum Disorder Using Induced Human Neurons and AI
Scripps ResearchFest Symposium 2021
Jupiter, FL, USA


175 – Ortiz Jordan L
November 19, 2021
A Novel 45 Degree Adapter for the 3D Spheroid and Organoid Formation Formation Using 1536 Cell Repellent Plates
Scripps ResearchFest Symposium 2021
Jupiter, FL, USA


174 – Otsuka Y
November 19, 2021
Targeting Covid-19 Using HTS Approaches
Scripps ResearchFest Symposium 2021
Jupiter, FL, USA


173 – Spicer T
November 17, 2021
HTS to Identify Inhibitors of Gram Negative Bacteria
Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR) and Combating Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria (CARB)
Online Seminar


172 – Spicer T – Symposium Chair
October 26-27, 2021
SLAS 2021 Building Biology in 3D Symposium
La Jolla, CA, USA


171 – Spicer T
October 5, 2021
In vitro & In-vivo Primary Tumor Models of Glioblastoma (GBM) to Pre-clinically Validate Combinatorial Therapy Approaches
PREDiCT INNOVATION: Orthotopic PDX as a Superior Preclinical Model
Online Seminar


170 – Spicer T
September 9, 2021
Introduction to Implementing 3D Culture Models
Keynote Speech
Select Biosciences
Online Seminar


169 – Fernandez Vega V
June 16, 2021
Level Up: A Panel Discussion on 3 Dimensional Cultures in a High Throughput Environment
3D Cell Culture Virtual Summit, Corning 3D Cell Culture
Online Seminar


168 – Baillargeon P – Session Chair
January 27, 2021
In-House and Open Source Automation
SLAS2021 Digital International Conference and Exhibition
Online Seminar


167 – Spicer T
December 10, 2020
Scaling, Adapting, and validating Human iPSC-derived Neurons for High Throughput High Content Screening
Modern Methods in Life Science and Reporters in Drug Research – Examples how to reduce the number of animals and increase the research quality
University of Helsinki
Online Seminar


166 – Rajendra Rao S
October 23, 2020
Small Molecule Rescue of Phenotypes Disrupted in Autism Spectrum Disorder
2020 Scripps ResearchFest
Online Seminar


165 – Otsuka Y
October 21, 2020
Identification and Validation of Drugs that Inhibit SARS-CoV-2 Entry
2020 Scripps ResearchFest
Online Seminar


164 – Scampavia L, Spicer T
October 19, 2020
High Throughput Screening for Drug Discovery and 3D Models of Cancer for Precision Medicine Therapeutic Profiling
University of Miami Health Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center Shared Resources Advanced Biomedical Technology Seminar
Online Seminar


163 – Fernandez Vega V
September 16, 2020
3D Models of Brain Cancer for Precision Medicine Therapeutic Profiling
Discovery On Target
Online Seminar


162 – Otsuka Y
September 14, 2020
Identification and Validation of Drugs that Inhibit SARS-CoV-2 Entry
Scripps Research – Molecular Medicine Department Retreat
Online Seminar


161 – Rajendra Rao S
September 14, 2020
Small Molecule Rescue of Phenotypes Disrupted in Autism Spectrum Disorder
Scripps Research – Molecular Medicine Department Retreat
Online Seminar


160 – Spicer T
September 14, 2020
Chem Response Profiling Utilizing Patient Derived Pancrease and Brain Tumors
Scripps Research – Molecular Medicine Department Retreat
Online Seminar


159 – Spicer T
September 11, 2020
Leveraging Biotechnology at the Scripps Research Molecular Screening Center via Extramural Collaborations
MSU Drug Discovery Seminar Series
Online Seminar


158 – Baillargeon P
January 29, 2020
Leveraging Open Source Electronics for Rapid Development of Custom Laboratory Devices
SLAS 2020, 9th Annual Conference & Exhibition
San Diego, CA, USA


157 – Fernandez-Vega V – Session Chair
January 28, 2020
Advanced In Vitro Cell Culture Systems
SLAS 2020, 9th Annual Conference & Exhibition
San Diego, CA, USA


156 – Spicer T
January 28, 2020
Drug Combination and Gene Network Analysis in 3D Models of Brain and Pancreas Cancer Towards Precision Medicine
SLAS 2020, 9th Annual Conference & Exhibition
San Diego, CA, USA


155 – Smith E
January 28, 2020
A Homogeneous Cell-Based Membrane Potential Assay to Identify Compounds That Promote Readthrough of Premature Termination Codons in the Cystic Fibrosis Transmembrane Conductance Regulator Ion Channel
SLAS 2020, 9th Annual Conference & Exhibition
San Diego, CA, USA


154 – Baillargeon P
January 28, 2020
Development of Open Source Microplate Illumination Panels
SLAS 2020, 9th Annual Conference & Exhibition
San Diego, CA, USA


153 – Shumate J
January 27, 2020
A Web-Based Tool for Real-Time Monitoring of High-Throughput Screening Results
SLAS 2020, 9th Annual Conference & Exhibition
San Diego, CA, USA


152 – Scampavia L, Spicer T
January 27, 2020
Leveraging Biotechnology at the Scripps Research Molecular Screening Center and Examples/Mechanism for Multi-Institute Collaborations
Faculty Presentation
La Jolla, CA, USA


151 – Rajendra Rao S
January 24, 2020
Scaling Human Neurons for HTS to Identify Molecules that Rescue the Wildtype Neuronal Phenotype that is Disrupted in Autism Spectrum Disorder
Synapse 2020
Jupiter, FL, USA


150 – Spicer T
November 22, 2019
Advanced Development and Validation of 3 Dimensional Spheroid Culture of Primary Cancer Cells using Nano3D Technology
20th Annual Innovative Molecular Analysis Technologies Principal Investigators Meeting
Los Angeles, CA, USA


149 – Baillargeon P
November 20, 2019
Optimizing Processes using In-House Engineering to Innovate Automation and Sample Management
2019 SLAS Sample Management Symposium
Boston, MA, USA


148 – Baillargeon P
November 1, 2019
Development of Open Source Microplate Illumination Panels
2019 Scripps ResearchFest
Jupiter, FL, USA


147 – Spicer T
May 9, 2019
Integration of 3D primary tumor drug-profiling with patient-specific drug gene networks for recommending targeted cancer therapies.
3D Oncology Models Conference
Boston, MA, USA


146 – Spicer T
April 3, 2019
3D Primary Cancer Models for Phenotypic Drug Discovery Applications
AACR Exhibitor Spotlight Presentation: Magnetic 3D Bioprinting, High-Throughput Screening Platform to Advance Cancer Research
Atlanta, GA, USA


145 – Spicer T
February 7, 2019
3D Primary Cancer Models for Phenotypic Drug Discovery Applications
National Cancer Institute Lecture
Rockville, MD, USA


144 – Shumate J
February 6, 2019
Open-Source Solution for Wireless Monitoring of Laboratory-Based Climate-Controlled Environments
SLAS 2019, 8th Annual Conference & Exhibition
Washington D.C., USA


143 – Spicer T
February 6, 2019
Academic Drug Discovery Special Interest Group (SIG)
SLAS 2019, 8th Annual Conference & Exhibition
Washington D.C., USA


142 – Smith E
February 5, 2019
Assay Development and HTS implementation for the Identification of Activators of a Master Regulator Gene Down Modulated in HIV-Associated Neurodegeneration
SLAS 2019, 8th Annual Conference & Exhibition
Washington D.C., USA


141 – Scampavia L
February 5, 2019
Data Directed Approach for Diversity-based HTS library design
SLAS 2019, 8th Annual Conference & Exhibition
Washington D.C., USA


140 – Fernandez Vega V
February 5, 2019
Fully Automated Large Scale uHTS using 3D Cancer Organoid Models for Phenotypic Drug Discovery Applications
SLAS 2019, 8th Annual Conference & Exhibition
Washington D.C., USA


139 – Baillargeon P
February 5, 2019
A longitudinal analysis over 10 years of enabling technologies for early drug discovery using open source tools
SLAS 2019, 8th Annual Conference & Exhibition
Washington D.C., USA


138 – Smith E
February 4, 2019
Maxcyte Electroporation System Enables Homogeneous uHTS For Cell-Based Assays Across Multiple Detection Platforms
SLAS 2019, 8th Annual Conference & Exhibition
Washington D.C., USA


137 – Sridharan B
February 4, 2019
A Simple Procedure for Creating Scalable Phenotypic Screening Assays in Human Neurons
SLAS 2019, 8th Annual Conference & Exhibition
Washington D.C., USA


136 – Sridharan B
February 4, 2019
Thermo Fisher Scientific Exhibitor Tutorial: Addressing the Scalability of Human iPSC-derived Neurons for HTS Implementation and Phenotypic Screening
SLAS 2019, 8th Annual Conference & Exhibition
Washington D.C., USA


135 – Spicer T
November 29, 2018
Advanced Development and Validation of 3-Dimensional Spheroid Culture of Primary Cancer Cells using Nano3D Technology
2018 National Cancer Institute – Innovative Molecular Analysis Technologies Annual PI Meeting
Rockville, MD, USA


134 – Sridharan B
September 17, 2018
Addressing the Scalability of Human iPSC-derived Neurons for HTS Implementation and Phenotypic Screening
6th annual 24 Hours of Stem Cells virtual event


133 – Spicer T
June 26, 2018
Scaling, Adapting, and CRISPR editing Human iPSC-derived Neurons for High Throughput and High Content Screening
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
New York, NY, USA


132 – Spicer T
June 25, 2018
3D Platforms in High Throughput Formats to Assess the Cytotoxic Effect of Drugs on Cancer
Stony Brook Medicine
Stony Brook, NY, USA


131 – Scampavia L
June 25, 2018
Introduction to Scripps Florida HTS and Strategies for the Discovery and Advancement of Small Molecule Drug-like Leads
Stony Brook Medicine
Stony Brook, NY, USA


130 – Spicer T
May 9, 2018
A Comparative Analysis of 3D Platforms in High Throughput Formats to Assess the Cytotoxic Effect of Drugs for Discovery
3D Tissue Models Oncology 2018
Boston, MA, USA


129 – Spicer T
March 8, 2018
“3 Dimensional Approaches to Identify Potential Cancer Therapies”
Taras Oceanographic Institute and Jupiter Environmental Research and Science Academy, Jupiter High School
Jupiter, FL, USA


128 – Baillargeon P
February 7, 2018
“In-house software and processes to support High-Content Screening of Primary Neurons”
SLAS 2018, 7th Annual Conference & Exhibition
San Diego, CA, USA


127 – Smith E, Giuliano K, Shumate J, Baillargeon P, McEwan B, Cullen D, Miller J, Drew L, Scampavia L, Spicer T
February 7, 2018
“A Homogeneous Cell-Based Halide-Sensitive YFP Assay to Identify Modulators of the Cystic Fibrosis Transmembrane Conductance Regulator Ion Channel”
SLAS 2018, 7th Annual Conference & Exhibition
San Diego, CA, USA


126 – Shumate J, Baillargeon P, Spicer T, Scampavia L
February 7, 2018
“IoT for Real-Time Measurement of High-Throughput Liquid Dispensing in Laboratory Environments”
SLAS 2018, 7th Annual Conference & Exhibition
San Diego, CA, USA


125 – Spicer T
February 6, 2018
“Hapatotoxicity Determination Using 3D Primary Human Hepatocyte Culture Systems”
SLAS 2018, 7th Annual Conference & Exhibition
San Diego, CA, USA


124 – Sridharan B
February 5, 2018
“Development of Cellular Models for Phenotipic Screening”
SLAS 2018, 7th Annual Conference & Exhibition
San Diego, CA, USA


123 – Hou S, Baillargeon P, Souza G, Seldin J, Feist F, Scampavia L, Spicer T
February 5, 2018
“Validation of Magnetic 3D Spheroid Bioprinting in Combination with a BlueWasher”
SLAS 2018, 7th Annual Conference & Exhibition
San Diego, CA, USA


122 – Hou S
February 5, 2018
“Primary Cell 3D Pancreatic Cancer Organoid Models for Phenotypic High-Throughput Therapeutic Screening”
SLAS 2018, 7th Annual Conference & Exhibition
San Diego, CA, USA


121 – Spicer T
December 6-8, 2017
“Advanced Development and Validation of 3D Spheroid Culture of Primary Cancer Cells using Nano3D Technology”
2017 National Cancer Institute – Innovative Molecular Analysis Technologies Annual PI Meeting
Rockville, MD, USA


120 – Spicer T
November 4, 2017
“Identification of Potential Pharmacoperones Capable of Rescuing the Functionality of Misfolded Vasopressin 2 Receptor Involved in Nephrogenic Diabetes Insipidus”
International Conference on Diabetes and its Complications
Baltimore, MD, USA


119 – Hou S, Sridharan B, Triac H, Scampavia L, Watson D, Seldin J, Souza G, Tuvenson D, Spicer T
September 14, 2017
“Implementation of 3D Pancreatic Cancer Organoid Models for High Throughput Phenotypic Drug Screening”
International Conference on Diabetes and its Complications
San Diego, CA, USA


118 – Singhera F
August 30, 2017
“Scripps Technology and Vendor Partnerships Enabling Early Drug Development”
13th IQPC Compound and Sample Management Summit
Philadelphia, PA, USA


117 – Singhera A
August 28, 2017
“What’s Next in Tech? Future Proofing your Compound & Sample Management Staff & Systems”
13th IQPC Compound and Sample Management Summit
Philadelphia, PA, USA


116 – Spicer T
June 2017
“3D Primary Tumor Cell Organoid Models for Phenotypic High-throughput Screening”
Mount Sinai School of Medicine
New York, NY, USA


115 – Hou S
February 8, 2017
“Identification of KRAS Mutant Selective Inhibitors of Pancreatic Cancer Cell Growth Via Parallel Phenotypic High-throughput Screening of Approved Drugs”
SLAS 2017, 6th Annual Conference & Exhibition
Washington D.C., USA


114 – Fernandez Vega V
February 8, 2017
“Retrospective Analysis of 18 Activity Based Protein Profiling HTS Assays for the Identification of Selective Inhibitors of Disease Relevant Enzymes”
SLAS 2017, 6th Annual Conference & Exhibition
Washington D.C., USA


113 – Smith E, Jambrina E, Cerne R, Scampavia L, Cuadrado M, Findlay J, Krambis M, Wakulchik M, Chase P, Brunavs M, Burris K, Gallagher P, Ursu D, Spicer T
February 7, 2017
“Fully Automated Robotic Screening for the Identification of Positive Allosteric Modulators of N-Methyl-D-Aspartate Receptor Using Calcium Flux Assays”
SLAS 2017, 6th Annual Conference & Exhibition
Washington D.C., USA


112 – Spicer T
February 7, 2017
“3-Dimensional Cell Culture Systems, Novel Technologies, and Their Use at the Laboratory Bench”
SLAS 2017, 6th Annual Conference & Exhibition
Washington D.C., USA


111 – Scampavia L
February 7, 2017
“Fragment-Based Assisted HTS: Novel Approach to Traditional Drug Discovery”
SLAS 2017, 6th Annual Conference & Exhibition
Washington D.C., USA


110 – Baillargeon P, Scampavia L, Spicer T
February 6, 2017
“Fragment-Based Assisted HTS: Novel Approach to Traditional Drug Discovery”
SLAS 2017, 6th Annual Conference & Exhibition
Washington D.C., USA


109 – Spicer T
February 6, 2017
“TSRI-Drug Discovery Graduate Course-Spicer Lecture”
Scripps Research Institute Molecular Screening Center
Jupiter, FL, USA


108 – Scampavia L
February 6, 2017
“Compound Library & Informatics for HTS Screening”
Scripps Research Institute Molecular Screening Center
Jupiter, FL, USA


107 – Spicer T
August 31, 2016
“Examining How the HTS Storage & Microplate Industry has Effected Translational Science & Precision Medicine”
12th Compound & Sample Management Summit
Philadelphia, PA, USA


106 – Baillargeon P, Southern M, Spicer T, Scampavia L
January 25, 2016
“HTS Dashboard: a unified web-based toolset to streamline HTS informatics”
SLAS 2016, 5th Annual Conference & Exhibition
San Diego, CA, USA


105 – Smith E, Janovick J, Scampavia L, Conn P, Spicer T
January 25, 2016
“Identification of Potential Pharmacoperones using a Cell-based 1536 Well High Throughput Screening Campaign Capable of Rescuing the Functionality of Mutant Misfolded V2R”
SLAS 2016, 5th Annual Conference & Exhibition
San Diego, CA, USA


104 – Madoux F
January 26, 2016
“Enabling 3D Cell-based Spheroid HTS Assays in 384 and 1536-well Plate Formats”
SLAS 2016, 5th Annual Conference & Exhibition
San Diego, CA, USA


103 – Spicer T
January 27, 2016
“An Automated Miniaturized Method to Perform and Analyze Antimicrobial Drug Synergy Assays”
SLAS 2016, 5th Annual Conference & Exhibition
San Diego, CA, USA


102 – Spicer T
October 27, 2015
“Leveraging Biotechnology at The Scripps Research Institute Molecular Screening Center and Examples/Mechanism for Multi-Institute Collaborations”
Department of Pharmacology & Systems Therapeutics and Experimental Therapeutics Institute, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
New York, NY, USA


101 – Spicer T
September 24, 2015
“Live/dead Assays for the Purpose of Discovering Molecular Probes that May Inhibit Plasmodium falcipraum Gametocytes”
Department of Molecular Therapeutics
Jupiter, FL, USA


100 – Madoux F, Smith E, Fernandez-Vega V, Shumate J, Scampavia L, Spicer T
September 14-17, 2015
“10 Years of Ultra-high Throughput Screening using HTRF Technology; a Retrospective”
HTRF Symposium
Brewster, MA, USA


99 – Baillargeon P, Madoux F, Southern M, Chase P, Hodder P, Spicer T, Scampavia L
February 9, 2015
“Leveraging Software to Enable Wells-to-Cells High Content Analysis (HCA) for High Throughput Screening (HTS)”
SLAS 2015, 4th Annual Conference & Exhibition
Washington D.C., USA


98 – Smith E
February 9, 2015
“Parallel Screening of Multiple Muscarinic Receptors Using Multiparametric Cell-Based Assays”
SLAS 2015, 4th Annual Conference & Exhibition
Washington D.C., USA


97 – Spicer T
February 9, 2015
“Utility of the MaxCyte at the SRIMSC”
SLAS 2015, 4th Annual Conference & Exhibition
Washington D.C., USA


96 – Madoux F, Kota S, Scampavia L, Garen P, Kissil J, Spicer T
January 18, 2015
“Building Phenotypic 3D Spheroid HTS Assays to Identify Synthetic Lethal Small Molecule Inhibitors of KRas”
Miami Winter Symposium 2015 Towards Personalized Cancer Medicine
Miami, FL, USA


95 – Baillargeon P
February 28, 2014
“Robotics and Laboratory Automation at Scripps Florida”
FAU Novel Engineering Research and Development Society
Boca Raton, FL, USA, Florida Atlantic University


94 – Lovell KM, Zhou L, Frankowski KJ, Slauson SR, Phillips AM, Streicher JM, Stahl E, Schmid CL, Hodder P, Madoux F, Cameron MD, Prisinzano TE, Aube J, Bohn LM
November 12-16, 2013
“Evaluation of Functionally Selective Kappa Opioid Receptor (KOR) Ligands”
SERMACS 2013
Atlanta, GA, USA


93 – Madoux F
February 20, 2014
“Enabling High-Content Assays in the 1,536-Well Plate Format: A Practical, Stepwise Description”
High-Content Analysis Conference, Podium Presentation
La Jolla, CA, USA


92 – Madoux F, Abovich A, Baillargeon P, Chase P, Southern M, Rosen H, Scampavia L, Spicer T, Hodder P
February 19-20, 2014
“1536-Well Plate High Content Assays to Monitor S1P1 (EDG1) Activation”
High-Content Analysis Conference
La Jolla, CA, USA


91 – Scampavia L
January 21, 2014
“Integrating Cutting-Edge Technologies that Enable High-Throughput Automation for Compound Library QC Management”
SLAS 2014 3rd Annual Conference & Exhibition, Podium Presentation, Automation & High Throughput Technologies
San Diego, FL, USA


90 – Madoux F
April 24, 2013
“Academia/Industry Cross-Fertilization through Translational Research”
5th Annual Symposium: HTRF® in Drug Discovery
Avignon, France


89 – Baillargeon P
January 15, 2013
“Plate Auditor: Monitoring Sample Quality and Providing Valuable Information to Aid Decision Making in Compound Management and HTS”
SLAS 2013 2nd Annual Conference & Exhibition, Brooks Workshop/Tutorial
Orlando, FL, USA


88 – Baillargeon P, Eberhart C, Chase P, Hodder P
January 14, 2013
“A Novel Method for Documentation and Measurement of Manufacturing Defects in Compound Storage Plates”
SLAS 2013 2nd Annual Conference & Exhibition
Orlando, FL, USA


87 – Hodder P
January 14, 2013
“HTS and Early Drug Discovery in Industry and Academia. Collaboration: Is the Sum Greater Than the Two Parts?”
SLAS 2013 2nd Annual Conference & Exhibition, Special Session
Orlando, FL, USA


86 – Lewallen D, Chase P, Madoux F, Hodder P, Thompson PR
October 25, 2012
“Developing an HTS Screen to Discover VopS Inhibitors”
TSRI Research Fest
Jupiter, FL, USA


85 – Baillargeon P
September 20, 2012
“Expanding the Compound Management Tookit: Leveraging Technology to Streamline Sample QA/QC in High Throughput Environments”
8th IQPC Compound Management & Integrity Summit
Cambridge, MA, USA


84 – Trenholme KR, Peatey CL, Spicer T, Hodder P, Gardiner DL
July 5-9, 2012
“Plasmodium falciparum gametocytes: With a View to a Kill”
Australian Society for Parasitology Annual Conference
Launceston, Tasmania, Australia


83 – Hodder P
May 30, 2012
“The Impact of Rapid, Automated Analysis of HTS Library Sample Quality”
European Lab Automation
Hamburg, Germany


82 – Ranade RM, Gillespie JR, Lohse J, Brown SJ, Pedró Rosa LE, Madoux F, Hodder P, Shibata S, Li J, Koh CY, Kim J, Van Der Schueren WJ, Verlinde CL, Hol WG, Fan E, Buckner FS
May 17, 2012
“Optimization of Methionyl-tRNA Synthetase from Trypanosoma brucei for High-Throughput Screening”
Seattle Parasitology Conference
Seattle, WA, USA


81 – Baillargeon P
February 9, 2012
“Addressing HTS Compound Quality Control”
Brooks Life Science Systems User Meeting
San Diego, CA, USA


80 – Baillargeon P
February 6, 2012
“A Novel Platform to Improve HTS Compound Management Operations”
SLAS 2012 1st Annual Conference & Exhibition
San Diego, CA, USA


79 – Baillargeon P
November 9, 2011
“Quality Control Issues in Day-to-Day HTS Compound Management Operations”
Compound Management & Integrity Online 2011


78 – Fernandez-Vega V
March 30, 2011
“Potent and Selective Inhibitors of the Plasmodium falciparum M18 Aspartyl Aminopeptidase (AAP) of Human Malaria Identified via a QFRET uHTS Campaign”
SBS 17th Annual Conference and Exhibition
Orlando, FL, USA


77 – Spicer T
March 30, 2011
“Identifying Helicobacter pylori AddAB DNA Repair Enzyme Inhibitors Using a Novel Bacteriophage E. Coli Infectivity Assay in Highly Miniaturized Formats”
SBS 17th Annual Conference and Exhibition
Orlando, FL, USA


76 – Spicer T
January 31, 2011
“A Brief Introduction to Scripps Florida’s Drug Discovery Capabilities & Anti-Infective Research”
Optimizing Detection, Prevention, & Treatment of Vector-Borne Diseases
Orlando, FL, USA, Sanford/Burnham Medical Research Insitute


75 – Hodder P, Bernasconi P
2011
“Co-Chair welcome to Scientific Program of the Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening SBS 2011”
Opening General Session, SBS 17th Annual Conference and Exhibition
Orlando, FL, USA


74 – Hodder P
December 16, 2010
“ASK THE EXPERT Webcast Series: What You Should Know When Setting Up A Cell Culture Lab”
Lab Manager Magazine Webinar


73 – Scampavia L
December 7, 2010
“Integrating LCMS Automation for HTS Compound Management”
The Compound Management Forum
Providence, RI, USA


72 – Hodder P
November 10, 2010
“Relevant, Publicly Available Chemical Probes Resulting from HTS Efforts”
Gyeonggi, South Korea, Gyeonggi Institute of Science & Technology Promotion (GSTEP)


71 – Hodder P
November 9, 2010
“Convergent Technologies & Paradigms that Facilitate Rapid Lead Identification from High-Throughput Screening Efforts”
G20 International Symposium on Convergence Technologies, Improving the Quality of Living
Seoul, South Korea


70 – Hodder P
November 8, 2010
“Facilitating Rapid Lead Identification from HTS Campaigns via Parallel Screening”
Daejeon, South Korea, Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology (KRICT)


69 – Hodder P
October 18, 2010
“Scripps’ Screening Efforts: Relevant, Publicly Available Chemical Probes Resulting from HTS Efforts”
SBS Symposium, Biomolecular Screening Advanced Applications Across Academia, Government & Industry
Durham, NC, USA


68 – Madoux F
September 28-29, 2010
“A Newly Identified Chemical Probe Reveals a Novel Kinase Inducing Wee1 Degradation”
Probe Discovery Conference
Washington, DC, USA


67 – Baillargeon P
August 23-24, 2010
“Evolution of Compound Management Software at Scripps Florida”
2nd Annual Drug Discovery: Easing the Bottleneck
Philadelphia, PA, USA


66 – Hodder P, Baillargeon P
April 16, 2010
“The Impact of the REMP SSS on Scripps Florida’s Medicinal Chemistry Support Operations”
REMP User Meeting
Phoenix, AZ, USA


65 – Hodder P
April 2010
“A Parallel Screening Paradigm Facilitates Rapid Lead Identification from HTS Campaigns”
SBS 16th Annual Conference and Exhibition
Phoenix, AZ, USA


64 – Volmar CH, Saldanha SA, Honkanen R, Swingle M, Chase P, Eberhart C, Hodder P
April 2010
“Identification of Protein Phosphatase Inhibitors by Fluorescence-Based Biochemical Ultra High Throughput Screening Assay”
SBS 16th Annual Conference and Exhibition
Phoenix, AZ, USA


63 – Knapinska A, Madoux F, Chase P, Eberhart C, Spicer T, Mercer B, Harding H, Hodder P
April 2010
“In Search of New Antifungal Agents: Ultra High Throughput Screening for TPT1 Inhibitors”
SBS 16th Annual Conference and Exhibition
Phoenix, AZ, USA


62 – Fernandez-Vega V, Spicer T, Crisp M, Chase P, Eberhart C, Bachovchin DA, Brown S, Rosen H, Cravatt BF, Hodder P
April 2010
“Ultra-High-Throughput Screening of Poorly Characterized Enzymes via Fluorescence Polarization – Activity Based Protein Profiling (FP-ABPP)”
SBS 16th Annual Conference and Exhibition
Phoenix, AZ, USA


61 – Baillargeon P
February 2010
“Drug Discovery Automation”
Scripps Florida Education Outreach Program
Riviera Beach, FL, USA, Suncoast Community High School


60 – Hodder P
2010
“Academic Collaborations That Impact Translational Research”
BioFlorida
Ft. Lauderdale, FL, USA


59 – Hodder P
2010
“Introduction to Scripps Florida & HTS Collaboration Opportunities”
Guest Speaker, USDA
Ft. Pierce, FL, USA


58 – Walker SR, Nelson EA, Chaudhury M, Madoux F, Subramaniam P, Chase P, Koenig M, Roush WR, Hodder P, Frank DA
2010
“Preclinical Evaluation of a STAT3 Inhibitor in Breast Cancer”
The 33rd Annual CTRC-AACR San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium, presented by Cancer Therapy & Research Center at UT Health Science Center San Antonio, the American Association for Cancer Research, and Baylor College of Medicine
San Antonio, TX, USA


57 – Hodder P
2010
“Parallel Screening of Target and Anti-Target Accelerates the Hit-to-Lead Effort”
World Pharmaceutical Congress Conference
Philadelphia, PA, USA


56 – Hodder P
2010
“Intro to HTS and its Impact on Drug Discovery”
NYU Polytechnic Institute Alumni Event
Jupiter, FL, USA


55 – Agnieszka B, Crisp M, Schuerer S, Mercer B, Hodder P, Roush W, Yang VW
2010
“High-Throughput Screening (HTS) of a 290,000-Small Molecule Compound Library for Inhibitors of the Gene Encoding the Pro-proliferative Human Kruppel-Like Factor 5 (KLF5)”
Digestive Disease Week (DDW)
Atlanta, GA, USA


54 – Griffin PR, Kumar N, Nuhant P, Busby S, Chalmers M, Zhang J, Conkright J, Wang Y, Roth J, Madoux F, Hodder P, Burris TP, Roush W
2010
“Profiling of Nuclear Receptor Modulators”
Targets & Tools: Nuclear Receptors
Berlin, Germany


53 – Minond D
November 19-20, 2009
“Developing Publicly-Available Chemical Tools for the Scientific Research Community: Four Case Studies”
Probe Discovery
La Jolla, CA, USA


52 – Hodder P
March 2009
“Introduction to Drug Discovery: Principles and Practices”
Coffee with the Professor
Jupiter, FL, USA, Florida Atlantic University


51 – Hodder P
2009
“Scripps Florida Lead Identification: Where Robotics, Chemistry and Biology Join Forces to Help Discover New Drugs”
BioFlorida
Orlando, FL, USA


50 – Saldanha SA, Brothers S, Spicer T, Chase P, Wahlestedt C, Hodder P
2009
“Parallel FLIPRTETRA HTS Campaigns for NPY Antagonists Yields Selective NPY-Y2 (Y2R) Small Molecule Probes”
Discovery on Target
Boston, MA, USA


49 – Baillargeon P, Hodder P
2009
“Drug Discovery Automation”
Florida Conference on Recent Advances in Robotics (FCRAR) ’09
Jupiter, FL, USA


48 – Hodder P
2009
“Science in Action: The Scripps Research Institute – Scripps Florida”
Bank of America Moody’s Investors Service
Jupiter, FL, USA


47 – Spicer T
2009
“Biotechnology at Scripps Florida”
Jupiter, FL, USA, Taras Oceanographic Institute


46 – Doghman M, Cazareth J, Douguet D, Madoux F, Hodder P, Lalli E
2009
“Inhibition of Human Adrenocortical Carcinoma Cells Proliferation by SF-1 Inverse Agonists”
91st Annual Meeting of the Endocrine Society
Washington, D.C., USA


45 – Madoux F, Simanski S, Chase P, Ayad N, Hodder P
2009
“Ultra-High-Throughput Screening for Inhibitors of Wee1 Kinase Degradation Using Transiently Transfected, Frozen Assay-Ready Cells”
15th Annual Society for Biomolecular Sciences Conference & Exhibition
Lille, France


44 – Grimm C, Saldanha SA, Oshima K, Jörs S, Hodder PS, Heller S
2009
“High-Throughput Drug Screening for Agonists of TRPML3 and TRPN1, Two Sensory Hair Cell Cation Channels of Unknown Function”
3rd RSC BMCS Ion Channel Symposium
Novartis, Horsham, UK


43 – Madoux F
September 24-26, 2008
“Investigating PPARγ Coactivator Recruitment by Parallel HTRF® Screens”
4th Annual Symposium: HTRF® in Drug Discovery
Avignon, France


42 – Schröter T, Minond D, Weiser A, Dao C, Habel J, Spicer T, Chase P, Baillargeon P, Scampavia L, Schürer S, Chung C, Mader C, Southern M, Tsinoremas N, LoGrasso P, Hodder P
September 24-26, 2008
“Development of a Small Molecule Probe of ROCK II Kinase Using HTRF® and Kinase Glo® Assay Technologies”
4th Annual Symposium: HTRF® in Drug Discovery
Avignon, France


41 – Spicer T
September 24-26, 2008
“Kinases in uHTS”
Kinase Session Chairperson, 4th Annual Symposium: HTRF® in Drug Discovery
Avignon, France


40 – DeLuca L
September 23, 2008
“Supporting an Expanding Medicinal Chemistry Portfolio”
IQPC 4th Compound Management Conference
Philadelphia, PA, USA


39 – Tabrizifard S, Obradovich D, Mandat S, Spicer T, Hodder P, McDonald PH
September 9-10, 2008
“Development of a Modified cAMP biosensor assay to identify Positive Allosteric Modulators of NPY-Y2 Receptor Activity”
Emerging Themes in GPCR Signaling & Drug Discovery, Functional Selectivity & Allosteric Modulation
Monona Terrace, Madison, WI, USA


38 – Longhurst K, Baillargeon P
July 23, 2008
“REMP Small-Size Store: The Website”
Scripps Florida Seminar
Jupiter, FL, USA


37 – Posner BA, Mandat S, Tabrizifard S, Spicer T, Hodder P, McDonald PH
May 18-23, 2008
“The Pfizer-TSRI Collaboration: Partnering for Success in Early Lead Discovery”
Keystone Symposium, G Protein-coupled Receptors New Insights in Functional Regulation and Clinical Application
Kilarney, Ireland


36 – Hodder P
2008
“Impacting Translational Research via uHTS: Discovery of Specific and Potent Chemical Probes via the Molecular Libraries Initiative”
The American Society for Cell Biology 48th Annual Meeting
San Francisco, CA, USA


35 – Tabrizifard S, Obradovich D, Mandat S, Spicer T, Hodder P, McDonald P
2008
“Development of a Modified cAMP Biosensor Assay to Identify Positive Allosteric Modulators of NPY-Y2 Receptor Activity”
Emerging Themes in GPCR Signaling & Drug Discovery, Functional Selectivity & Allosteric Modulation
Madison, WI, USA


34 – Roth J, Madoux F, Hodder P, Roush WR
2008
“Synthesis of Small Molecule Inhibitors of the Orphan Nuclear Receptor Steroidogenic Factor-1 (NR5A1) Based on Isoquinolinone Scaffolds”
236th ACS National Meeting
Philadelphia, PA, USA


33 – Hodder P
2008
“Discovery of Chemical Probes via High Throughput Screening”
The International Narcotics Research Conference (INRC-2008)
Charleston, SC, USA


32 – Hodder P
2008
“From uHTS to Chemical Probes: SF-1 Inhibitor Case Study”
Cambridge Healthtech Institute’s Cell-Based Assays for HTS Conference, Part of the World Pharmaceutical Congress
Philadelphia, PA, USA


31 – Calamini B, Madoux F, Saldanha S, West J, Fox SG, Maddry J, Hodder P, Morimoto RI
2008
“Small Molecule Screen for Activators of the Heat Shock Response”
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Molecular Chaperones & Stress Responses Group Meeting
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, USA


30 – Chase P
October 2007
“ViewLuxes in Florida: Sun-Screen SPF 1536”
PerkinElmer ViewLux User’s Group Meeting, Laboratory Robotics Interest Group Meeting
Philadelphia, PA, USA


29 – Baillargeon P
September 2007
“Supporting Medicinal Chemistry and HTS Efforts in an Academic Setting”
IQPC Compound Management and Integrity Conference
Philadelphia, PA, USA


28 – Madoux F
June 12-13, 2007
“Miniaturized, Transient Transfection-Based HTS Assays to Discover Orphan Nuclear Receptor Probes: A Case Study”
World Pharmaceutical Congress
Philadelphia, PA


27 – Hodder P
2007
“Academic and Industrial Roles in Drug Discovery”
The Automation Partnership (TAP) Chesapeake Conference
Cambridge, MD, USA


26 – Spicer T
2007
“Case Studies of uHTS Compatible Detection Formats for Kinase Assays”
3rd Annual Symposium: HTRF® in Drug Discovery
Sonoma, CA, USA


25 – Hodder P
2007
“Drug & Probe Discovery in Academia: Scripps Florida’s Translational Research Institute”
ILSI-Biomed Israel 2007 Conference
Tel-Aviv, Israel


24 – Hodder P
2007
“Creating a Centralized, Flexible Compound Management Operation”
Society for Biomolecular Screening 13th Annual Conference & Exhibition
Montréal, Canada


23 – Hodder P
November 2006
“uHTS Lead Identification at TSRI”
Corporate Club Group, The Governor’s Club
West Palm Beach, FL, USA


22 – Baillargeon P, Scampavia L
October 2006
“HTS Robotics and the Drug Discovery Process”
American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
Jupiter, FL, USA, Florida Atlantic University


21 – Hodder P
May 2006
“uHTS & Drug Discovery at Scripps Florida”
Keynote Speaker, Dade County Science Teachers’ Association Banquet
Miami, FL, USA


20 – Spicer T
2006
“Scripps Florida High Throughput Screening (HTS) Core Overview”
Florida Research Consortium Board Meeting
Tallahassee, FL, USA


19 – Spicer T
2006
“A Comparison of Luminescence and HTRF Detection Formats for Automated 1536 HTS of a Kinase Assay”
Laboratory and Robotics Interest Group (LRIG) Meeting
Philadelphia, PA, USA


18 – Hodder P
2005
“Constructing a uHTS Laboratory: A Case Study”
BioDiscovery Expo


17 – Hodder P
2005
“Overcoming the Limitations of the 384 Well Format: Implementation of 1536 Well Assays in a Centralized HTS Laboratory”
LabAutomation
San Jose, CA, USA


16 – Hodder P
2004
“Miniaturization of FLIPR Assays to 1536 Well Format”
The Laboratory Robotics Interest Group, 1st Annual Philadelphia Technology Exhibition & Presentations
Philadelphia, PA, USA


15 – Kotsonis P, Hodder P, Waldron G, Garcia-Guzman M, Goldbard S
2004
“Toward Higher-Throughput Robust, Quantitative and Miniaturizable Cell Based Assays”
The World Pharmaceutical Congress, Cell Based Assays for HTS
Philadelphia, PA, USA


14 – Zheng W, Hodder P
2003
“GPCR Pharmacology and Assay Technologies”
Society for Biomolecular Screening
International Web Presentation


13 – Hodder P
2003
“Automated HTS Campaigns in 1536 Well Format”
International Symposium on Lab Automation and Robotics
Boston, MA, USA


12 – Zheng W, Hodder P, Strulovici B
2003
“Introduction to Receptor Pharmacology”
Short Course Presentation, Society for Biomolecular Screening Annual Meeting
Portland, OR, USA


11 – Cassaday J, Kolodin G, Stec E, Berry K, Hoffman I, Hudak E, Strulovici B, Hodder P
2003
“A Custom Replicator for Improving Throughput of Compound Reformatting from 384 to 1536 Well Plates”
Society for Biomolecular Screening Annual Meeting
Portland, OR, USA


10 – Hodder P
2003
“Miniaturization of Intracellular Calcium FLIPR Assays to 1536 Well Format”
Molecular Devices 7th International User’s Meeting
Half Moon Bay, CA, USA


9 – Mull R, Cassaday J, Berry K, Strulovici B, Hodder P
2003
“Use of FLIPR384 to Compare Intracellular Calcium Responses with Fluo-4 and Fura Red dyes in Ratiometric Mode”
Molecular Devices 7th International User’s Meeting
Half Moon Bay, CA, USA


8 – Hodder P
September 2002
“Successful Implementation of Miniaturization Technologies for Lead Identification”
Society for Biomolecular Screening Annual Meeting
The Hague, The Netherlands


7 – Hodder P, Alberts M, Berry K, Cassaday J, Feighner S, Hoffman I, Howard A, Kornienko O, Lacson R, Schneeweis J, Smith T, Strulovici B
September 2002
“Comparison of Intracellular Calcium FLIPR HTS and Beta Lactamase Reporter Gene Assay UHTS”
Society for Biomolecular Screening Annual Meeting
The Hague, The Netherlands


6 – Stec E, Cassaday J, Berry K, Kolodin G, Strulovici B, Hodder P
2001
“Development of a Cell-Based Assay for 1536 Robotic High Throughput Screening”
Society for Biomolecular Screening Annual Meeting
Baltimore, MD, USA


5 – Kolodin G, Cassaday J, Berry K, Stec E, Strulovici B, Hodder P
2001
“Determination of Carryover in Robotic Cherry Picking Using a Sensitive Biological Assay”
Society for Biomolecular Screening Annual Meeting
Baltimore, MD, USA


4 – Cassaday J, Kolodin G, Stec E, Berry K, Strulovici B, Hodder P
2001
“A One-Armed Robotic System Optimization Algorithm (OARSOA) for the Design of Consistent Robotic Protocols for High-Throughput Screening Assays”
Society for Biomolecular Screening Annual Meeting
Baltimore, MD, USA


3 – Hodder P
2000
“Using Robolabs for FLIPR High Throughput Screening Assays: A Case Study”
Robolab User’s Group Meeting
Vancouver, Canada


2 – Hodder PS, Ruzicka J
1998
“A Flow Injection Renewable Surface Technique for Cell Based Drug-Discovery Assays”
International Conference on Flow Injection Analysis
Seattle, WA, USA


1 – Scampavia LD, Blankenstein G, Hodder PS, Ruzicka J, Christian GD
1995
“A Novel Coaxial Jet Mixer for Rapid Kinetic Assays in Flow Injection”
International Conference on Flow Injection Analysis
Seattle, WA, USA