Temple University Seminar: Spatial Multiomics through NanoString’s GeoMx and CosMx

Hybrid Seminar
Temple University, Pharmacy Allied Health Building, 310 seminar room, 3307 N Broad St, Philadelphia, PA, 19140Link

Learn about the GeoMx Digital Spatial Profiler and CosMx Spatial Molecular Imager!

Join us to learn how NanoString Technologies’ innovative platforms can spatially profile RNA and protein targets on a single slide. The GeoMx® Digital Spatial Profiler (DSP) can interrogate multicellular samples for the whole transcriptome and more than 570 proteins while the CosMx™ Spatial Molecular Imager (SMI) can view subcellular resolution of 6,000 transcripts or 64 proteins. With their advanced capabilities, the GeoMx DSP and CosMx SMI are revolutionizing research in fields such as cancer, immunology, and neuroscience.

Key takeaways covered during this seminar:

  • Discover the technology that powers NanoString’s spatial solutions
  • See how to complement scRNAseq or bulk RNA analysis with spatial information
  • Enhance your experimental design for spatial projects
  • Learn about the spatial assays available
  • Understand how to visualize and analyze your spatial data

Meet your local NanoString Technologies team at this event. We are ready to answer your questions or discuss experimental design to see whether our platforms might be a good fit for your research. What groundbreaking insights and discoveries could you uncover from your CosMx or GeoMx results?

GeoMx and CosMx are Multi-omics methods


Matt Kane - NanoString Regional Account Manager headshot

Matt Kane, MA

Regional Account Manager, NanoString Technologies

Matt Kane joined NanoString Technologies in 2020 as a Regional Account Manager. After earning a Master's degree in biology from Villanova University, Matt went on to serve customers in life science research. Matt has almost ten years of experience with several life science research manufacturers. Matt resides in Philadelphia, PA, with his family.