NanoString Europe Summits 2023

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OH “WOW”, now this is how you get spatial

Discover how to elevate your single-cell biology research by measuring and visualizing the full RNA reactome in situ. Plus, don’t miss an exclusive demo of AtoMx™ Spatial Informatics Platform (SIP), the only cloud-based, fully-integrated informatics platform for spatial biology.​

Coming to a city near you this April!

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, so register today for the full experience and to network with your peers.

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‘Utrecht Sequencing Facility presentation’

Ies Nijman, Manager Utrecht Sequencing Facility, UMC Utrecht & Oncode Institute

Speaking at Utrecht, 21st April

‘Early-stage colon cancer’

Hugo Snippert, PhD, UMC Utrecht & Oncode Institute

Speaking at Utrecht, 21st April

‘Visualizing SARS-CoV-2 infection in tissue samples of deceased COVID-19 patients’

Peter Mombaerts, MD, PhD, Max Planck Research Unit for Neurogenetics

Speaking at Hannover, 18th April

Title to be confirmed….

Liliane Fossati-Jimack, Queen Mary University London

Speaking at London, 24th April

‘Artificial Intelligence-Guided Spatial Transcriptomics in High Grade Serous Carcinoma: Toward Image Analysis Based Precision Oncology’

Anna Laury, MD, University of Helsinki

Speaking at Copenhagen, 17th April

‘Highly Sensitive Transcriptomic-based Pooled CRISPR Screening Enabled by CosMx SMI’

Sandor Spisak, Institute of Enzymology, Research Centre for Natural Sciences Budapest

Speaking at Salzburg, 27th April

‘Spatial molecular imaging of the tumor microenvironment at the invasive front of colon adenocarcinomas’

Lasse Sommer Kristensen, PhD, Dept. Biomedicine, Aarhus University

Speaking at Copenhagen, 17th April

‘Spatial analysis reveals distinct immune phenotypes and tertiary lymphoid structure-like aggregates in pediatric acute myeloid leukemia’

Joost Koedijk, PhD candidate, Princess Máxima Center for Pediatric Oncology, Utrecht

Speaking at Utrecht, 21st April

‘GeoMx – from idea to project’

Dr. Peter W. Krenn, Department of Biosciences and Medical Biology, Paris Lodron University Salzburg

Speaking at Salzburg, 27th April

‘Stem cell mediated regeneration in the human thymus’

Pr Paola Bonfanti, Crick Institute, University College of London

Speaking at London, 24th April

“Super Survivor” after Lung Transplantation – Protective Role of Macrophages’

Edith Plucinski, PhD candidate, Hannover Medical School

Speaking at Hannover, 18th April

‘Spatially resolved transcriptomic characterisation of high-risk morphologies in lung adenocarcinoma’

Hannah Louise Williams, PhD, Institute for Pathology, University of Bern

Speaking at Zurich, 26th April

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.

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