2023 NextGen Omics US Conference

Hilton Boston Logan Airport, One Hotel Drive, Boston, MA 02128Link

Join us in Boston as we host a special 3-hour preconference seminar, have a session all about our spatial biology multiomic platforms, and stand ready in the exhibit hall to engage with attendees—we’d love to talk to you!

Preconference seminar on Wednesday, March 29th from 1:45 to 5:00 p.m.

Hear from leading scientists as well as NanoString Technology experts on how we are changing the paradigm of multiomics and spatial biology. The promise has been delivered and is producing game-changing novel discoveries, which were not possible even a couple years ago. Don’t miss our presentation on spatial whole transcriptomics and proteomics at the highest plex at every level of resolution!

Our workshop will spotlight all of our spatial solutions from profiling whole transcriptomes and proteomes at the multicellular level using the GeoMx® Digital Spatial Profiler to multiomics at the single-cell and subcellular levels on CosMx™ Spatial Molecular Imager (SMI). Additionally, the AtoMx™ Spatial Informatics Platform (SIP) integrates all the spatial data into our cloud-based informatics solution.

Ask questions about our news-worthy announcement of our planned expansion in RNA plex from 1,000 to 6,000—the highest plex of any spatial imager! None of the hype matters until data is generated and valuable insights are achievable in scientific studies.


Eric Miller

Global Technical Specialist, NanoString

Espy Anguiano, PhD, MS-MBA

Scientific Market Development Director for Biopharma, NanoString

Dr. Espy Anguiano, Scientific Market Development Director at NanoString, obtained her PhD in Biomedical Science from Baylor University and holds a dual MBA degree from Temple University. She has over 20 years of experience in translational and clinical biomarker research in both academic and industry settings. Dr. Anguiano is a biomarker technology subject matter expert and has led biomarker and biomarker technology strategies for many early- and late-phase clinical trials in oncology and non-oncology disease areas. In her current role at NanoString, she is responsible for enabling the successful adoption of bulk and spatial technologies in research activities supporting drug discovery and development.

Jason Reeves, PhD

Associate Director of Computational Biology, NanoString

Dr. Jason Reeves, Ph.D. is the Associate Director of Computational Biology at NanoString Technologies. His team is responsible for developing data analysis solutions in addition to analysis services supporting academic and industry partnerships across oncology, rare and infectious disease, and neurobiology.