AGBT 2023 General Meeting

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Location:
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3555 S Ocean Dr
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Hollywood, FL 33019
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USA

NanoString Suite: 220

NanoString is the Gold Sponsor of the 2023 AGBT General Meeting

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Advances in Genome Biology and Technology General Meeting is considered the preeminent genome science and technology conference where top global researchers, leaders and innovators meet to announce new discoveries, cutting edge breakthroughs and to collaborate.

Tuesday: Gold Sponsor Workshop

Tuesday, February 7 | 12:00 – 1:30 p.m.
Location: Great Hall 4-6

NanoString will be livestreaming this workshop for those unable to attend in person.

Workshop Lineup

Welcome!

Diane Lince, PhD
VP, Marketing, NanoString Technologies

Spatial Biology is NOW

Jennifer Hart
Director, Technical Sales, NanoString Technologies

Circular Portrait of Holger Heyn

Spatial Cellular Maps of Inflammatory Bowel Disease by Single-Molecule Imaging

Holger Heyn, PhD
Single Cell Genomics Team Leader, Centre for Genomic Regulation, Spain

Circular portrait of Vikram Devgan

Where the Spatial Revolution is Headed

Vikram Devgan, PhD
Senior Director, Product Management, NanoString Technologies

Circular portrait of Joe Beechem

NanoString Spatial Solutions: Applications and Innovation Roadmap

Joseph Beechem, PhD
Chief Scientific Officer and Senior Vice President of Research and Development, NanoString Technologies

Headshot of Miranda Orr

Spatial Functional and Cellular Characterization of Alzheimer’s Disease in Mouse and Human Brain Tissue

Miranda R. Orr, PhD
Assistant Professor, Wake Forest University School of Medicine

“Morning Buzz” with NanoString

Daily, hour-long scientific sessions featuring Joe Beechem and NanoString customers.
Each takes place at 7:45 a.m. in Suite 220.

Tuesday, Feb. 7

Single-cell resolved spatial architecture of non-small cell lung cancer in 3D

Tancredi Massimo Pentimalli, MD
Berlin School of Integrative Oncology

Wednesday, Feb 8

Circular headshot of William Hwang PhD

Mechanisms of therapeutic resistance at the tumor-stromal interface using spatial molecular imaging and genetically-engineered tumoroids

William Hwang, MD PhD
MGH Center for Systems Biology

Thursday, Feb. 9

Circular portrait of Eliah Overbey, PhD

Spatially-resolved transcriptomics of astronaut skin biopsies reveals compartment-specific gene expression changes during the Inspiration4 mission

Eliah Overbey, PhD
Weill Cornell Medicine

Posters

AGBT Posters will be listed here at the start of the conference. Check back then!