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ECIS School


Applied BioPhysics offers an in-depth training course on electric cell-substrate impedance sensing (ECIS) theory.

Dr. Keese Teaching

Next training class: TBD

The course, taught by Dr. Charles Keese, provides the students with the knowledge and tools on how to apply ECIS theory in cellular research and how to properly operate the ECIS systems to further enhance potential publication opportunities.

Applied BioPhysics will also provide an opportunity to get familiar with our area by arranging lunch and dinner at local eateries for the duration of your stay. Please contact us for further details.

Download ECIS School Agenda

ECIS School Agenda

Day 1:


  • - History of ECIS & Applied Biophysics
  • - Impedance Primer ECIS Theory
  • - Coffee Break -
  • - Basics of Preparing/inoculating Arrays
  • - Lab Demo
  • - Cell-ECM Interactions
  • - Extravasation Assay
  • - The ECIS Model
  • - Lunch -
  • - Toxicology
  • - Assay Development
  • - Electroporation & Monitoring
  • - Signal Transduction
  • - Inoculate Array
  • - Dinner -

Day 2:


  • - Cell-ECM Interactions
  • - Barrier Function Measurements
  • - Cell Migration Assays
  • - New Filter-based Measurements
  • - Lunch -
  • - Recent Literature
  • - Software I: Data Inquisition
  • - Software II: Basic Data Analysis
  • - Software III: Modeling
  • - Advanced Data Analysis

ECIS School Fees

Registration Fees: $1250.00

*Fees include two nights of lodging, transportation to and from the hotel to Applied Biophysics facility, lunch on both days, and dinner on the first evening

ECIS School Past Graduates