SFN 2022 Satellite Event

RSVP for Proteintech's satellite event at SFN 2022.

SFN 2022 Satellite Event   |   In-person only

Thank you for your interest in Proteintech's satellite event at SFN 2022. In order to guarantee enough food and drinks for everyone, please submit your RSVP on the right side of this page. We look forward to seeing you in San Diego.

Topic: IF/IHC Imaging Workshop and Social Event with Expert Panel Discussion

When: Sunday, Nov. 13th @ 6:30 PM PT

Where: Hilton San Diego Bayfront, Cobalt 500 room

1 Park Blvd. San Diego, CA 92101


Proteintech, the antibody and Nanobody experts, invites you to join our workshop on how to optimize your imaging workflows. Take a deep dive into the science behind these techniques and hear about the latest knowledge and best-in-class reagents to get you images worthy of Nature! Following is a panel discussion with 3 external immunofluorescence experts to provide their top tips and tricks and answer questions on troubleshooting from the audience. Drinks and buffet-style food are provided.

*This talk will not be recorded, or be available online.


Dr Rebecca Northeast, Proteintech Product Manager. Rebecca joined Proteintech in 2020 after a PhD and PostDoc in Neuroscience at The University of Manchester. She has personal expertise in imaging and has helped many customers troubleshoot experiments during her time in Tech Support.

Rebecca Northeast | LinkedIn

Afrida Rahman-Enyart

Panel Chair

Dr Afrida Rahman-Enyart, Proteintech Product Manager. Afrida joined Proteintech in March 2022. She has a diverse background in neuroscience ranging from developmental neurobiology to mechanisms of pelvic pain. She received extensive training in immunofluorescence while doing both her PhD and postdoc.  

Afrida Rahman-Enyart | LinkedIn

stephanie grella


Dr Stephanie Grella, Assistant Professor in the Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience Program at Loyola University Chicago. Her lab focuses on memory and neuromodulatory mechanisms.

Lab website

Elizabeth Berry



Elizabeth Berry – Neuroscience PhD Candidate at New York Medical College. Elizabeth’s research focuses on the role that hypocretin/orexin neurons in the lateral hypothalamus play during opioid addiction.

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