29th Meeting of the EAU Section of Urological Research (ESUR)
This meeting on experimental urological research will count with outstanding international experts presenting their latest basic and translational findings. In particular, the newer generation of model systems (e.g. patient-derived organoids, xenografts, mouse models) and their application to decipher mechanisms driving urological diseases and treatment resistance, as well as their use for precision medicine. In addition, it will tackle hot topics in the field of urological research which include (i) combination therapies (ii) infectiology, immunity, and microbiome, (iii) spatial biology, and (iv) extracellular vesicles: from mechanisms to therapeutic opportunities.
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To schedule a meeting with our team during the ESUR 2023, please contact Irene Yujnovsky at email@example.com.
NanoString Workshop | Discover what’s new in spatial biology | October 19th | 11:30-13:00 CEST | Room 01.004
The NanoString symposium will showcase our innovative discovery and translational research spatial solutions and how they are applied in the field of urology.
- Mathias Holpert will introduce how our platforms allow researchers to combine whole tissue imaging, gene expression, and protein data. See how you can achieve multicellular analysis with GeoMx® Digital Spatial Profiler, or zoom in to view single cells with the CosMx™ Spatial Molecular Imager (SMI). Join us to discover how AtoMx™ Spatial Informatics Platform (SIP) facilitates spatial biology analysis anytime, anywhere thanks to its advanced data analytics and global collaboration capabilities.
- Andre Oszwald will share their latest results on upper tract urothelial carcinoma, on prostate cancer as well as human and murine glomerulonephritis using the GeoMx® Digital Spatial Profiler during his presentation entitled ‘Spatial profiling in the urogenital tract: a user perspective’.
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