NanoString Europe Summits 2022

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Expanding the Power of Spatial Biology

Would you like to meet spatial experts and learn about the Spatial Biology Ecosystem and how the application of Spatial Multi-omics and single-cell imaging can be used to answer important research and clinical questions?

Coming to a city near you this October!

  • Join us in-person as we launch the NanoString Europe Summits for 2022, with 9 dates across 7 countries in Europe.
  • Get a first-hand look at the power of the Spatial Biology Ecosystem:
  • Each venue features a unique series of researcher presentations, alongside NanoString scientists from Seattle headquarters. View the ‘Speaker Gallery’ below to learn more.
  • Mini exhibition and poster session at every venue. Present your own research project using GeoMx DSP or CosMx SMI during the poster session. Submit your title when you register.

Find an event near you:

Choose your country to view the full agenda for each Summit venue.

Join us in other cities across the globe on the NanoString Spatial Biology World Tour 2022.

Register to attend:

Registration is free-to-attend. Certificates of attendance are available for all event attendees and will be provided after the events have taken place. These events will not be recorded in their entirety, so register today for the full experience and to network with your peers.

View the Speaker Gallery (more names being added)

‘Understanding inflammatory bowel disease using single cell RNAseq and Spatial Molecular Imaging’

Azucena Salas, IDIBAPS, Hospital Clinic, Barcelona

Speaking at Oxford, 10th October

‘How spatial analysis can empower clinical studies in transplantation and beyond’

Fadi Issa, University of Oxford

Speaking at Oxford, 10th October

‘Harnessing spatial transcriptomics to explore leucocyte responses to skin cancer across immunosuppression and immune ageing’

Matthew Bottomley, University of Oxford

Speaking at Oxford, 10th October

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Paul Kaye, University of York

Speaking at London, 11th October

‘Integrative spatial transcriptomics analyses across different triple negative breast cancers’

Anita Grigoriadis, King's College London

Speaking at London, 11th October

‘The role of spatial transcriptomics analysis in patient-derived cancer 3D models’

Uzuomaka Okoli, University College London

Speaking at London, 11th October

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Michael Eyres, Catapult Medicines Discovery

Speaking at London, 11th October

‘Spatial Transcriptomic characterisation in oncology and beyond’

Nigel Jamieson, University of Glasgow

Speaking at Edinburgh, 12th October

‘Phenotyping Virulence of SARS-CoV-2 variants in Golden Syrian Hamsters’

Vanessa Herder, University of Glasgow

Speaking at Edinburgh, 12th October

‘A pre-existing inflammatory immune microenvironment predicts the clinical response of vulvar high-grade squamous intraepithelial lesions to therapeutic HPV16 vaccination’

Sjoerd van der Borg​, Leiden University Medical Center

Speaking at Leiden, 13th October

‘Spatially resolved transcriptomics reveals molecular and immunological hallmarks of colorectal cancer tumorigenesis’

Jessica Roelands, Leiden University Medical Center

Speaking at Leiden, 13th October

Gut microbiome, intestinal permeability and Graves’ orbitopathy’

Elena Rampanelli, AUMC

Speaking at Leiden, 13th October

‘Spatial transcriptomic analyses of colon cancer microenvironments’

Lasse Sommer Kristensen, Aarhus University

Speaking at Stockholm, 14th October

‘Profiling vascular complexity in cavernoma and the brain microenvironment’

Peetra Magnusson, Uppsala University

Speaking at Stockholm, 14th October

‘Large scale multi-omic profiling of the tumor-immune microenvironment in mantle cell lymphoma’

Lavanya Lokhande, Lund University

Speaking at Stockholm, 14th Cctober

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Francesca Maria Bosisio, , KU Leuven

Speaking at Leuven, 17th October

‘Zooming in on lung epithelial and myeloid immunity in influenza-associated or COVID-19-associated pulmonary aspergillosis’

Johan VAN WEYENBERGH

Johan van Weyenbergh, KU Leuven

Speaking at Leuven, 17th October

‘Using spatial transcriptomics to understand neurosensory deafness’

Brigitte Malgrange, Liège University

Speaking at Leuven, 17th October

‘Immunity in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease: From Omics to spatial profiling’

Olivier Govaere, KU Leuven

Speaking at Leuven, 17th October

‘Mapping the immune system heterogeneity using spatial genomics’

Florent Ginhoux, Gustave Roussy Institute, Villejuif France & Singapore Immunology Network, Singapore

Speaking in Paris, 18th October

‘CD8+, Regulatory T cell and neutrophil spatial interaction in NSCLC microenvironment and impact on treatment’

Yoan Velut, Centre de Recherche des Cordeliers

Speaking at Paris, 18th October

‘Rheology: a New dimension of tumor heterogeneity disclosed by spatial transcriptomics’

Michal Sebbagh, Centre de Recherche ne Cancérologie de Marseille

Speaking at Paris, 18th October

‘Spatial architecture of Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer at single cell resolution’

Tancredi Massimo Pentimalli, Berlin Institute of Medical Systems Biology

Speaking at Munich, 19th October

‘Spatial Whole Transcriptome Analysis to elucidate the interaction between tumor cells, adypocytes and macrophages in gastric cancer’

Bruno Märkl, Universitätsklinikum Augsburg

Speaking at Munich, 19th october

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Regine Schneider-Stock, University Hospital at FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg

Speaking at Munich, 19th October

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Ruby Yun-Ju Huang, National University of Singapore

Speaking at Munich,, 19th October

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Stéphanie Tissot, UNIL-CHUV Lausanne

Speaking at Basel, 20th October

Opening Address & Keynote

Joseph Beechem, Ph.D. NanoString CSO and SVP

Joe Beechem, NanoString Technologies

Speaking at Oxford, London, Edinburgh, Leiden & Stockholm

Introducing AtoMx™ Spatial Informatics Platform (demo).

Vishal Upadhyay, NanoString Technologies

Speaking at Oxford, London, Edinburgh, Leiden & Stockholm

Spatial Data Analysis

Jason Reeves, NanoString Technologies

Speaking at Oxford, London, Edinburgh, Leiden & Stockholm

Opening Address & Keynote

Michael Rhodes, NanoString Technologies

Speaking at Leuven, Paris, Munich & Basel

Introducing AtoMx™ Spatial Informatics Platform (demo).

Rich Boykin, NanoString Technologies

Speaking at Leuven, Paris, Munich & Basel

Spatial Data Analysis

Prajan Divakar, NanoString Technologies

Speaking at Leuven, Paris, Munich & Basel

Network with your peers by presenting your own research project during the poster session at your chosen venue.

Have you used nanoString technology in your research?

Submit your poster title when you register above for the chance to present your research project.

Register now