American Society of Human Genetics 2023 Annual Meeting
Come see us in NanoString Booth # 1523!
The world’s best and brightest in human genetics and genomics research convene once a year for ASHG’s Annual Meeting. Join more than 8,000 scientists from around the globe at ASHG 2023 to take part in a 5-day program comprising the year’s most significant new advances in the field.
NanoString Educational Session
Calling all Genomics Researchers: Let’s Get Spatial!
In-depth, sub-cellular and ligand-receptor maps from the Spatial Atlas of Human Anatomy (SAHA) Project
Nov. 2, 12:30–1:30pm | Room 143 AB
Make the leap from traditional scRNA-seq and bulk RNA-seq to spatial transcriptomics! Spatial transcriptomics has emerged as a powerful tool for researchers to understand gene expression patterns in their native tissue context. Learn more about the Spatial Atlas of Human Anatomy (SAHA) initiative, in collaboration with Dr. Christopher Mason, Weill Cornell Medicine, to create multicellular, single-cell, and sub-cellular maps of 30 non-diseased organs from a healthy and diverse population of adults. The goal is to create a comprehensive open source, spatial reference standard that can be accessed by researchers around the globe to advance our knowledge of spatial biology. NSTG offers a comprehensive set of spatial solutions, including the CosMx™ Spatial Molecular Imager (SMI) for single cell spatial imaging, which identifies rare cell types and captures cell-cell interactions. The GeoMx® Digital Spatial Profiler(DSP) tissue-biology driven whole transcriptome profiling for large translational studies. The AtoMx™ Spatial Informatics Platform (SIP) solves the challenge of managing large spatial datasets with an open, cost-effective, cloud-based informatics solution. These solutions provide researchers with accurate and reproducible data, enabling them to make breakthroughs with spatial biology.