The Ohio State University – Revealing Hidden Biology with the nCounter and GeoMx DSP

Hybrid Seminar, In-Person Seminar
The Ohio State University, Celebration For Life Conference Center, Wasserstrom Auditorium (Room - James L035) - 460 W. 10th Ave. Level CL Columbus, Ohio 43210Link

In collaboration with The Ohio State University Genomics Shared Resource at OSUCCC

Join our upcoming hybrid seminar at The Ohio State University to explore NanoString’s powerful platforms for spatial biology. We will cover both the GeoMx® Digital Spatial Profiler and the nCounter® Analysis System, showcasing how these technologies are advancing research across various fields and how you can access them at OSU for your projects.

  • Technical overview of the GeoMx DSP and nCounter Analysis System
  • Relevant case studies across various research fields and sneak peek into the latest developments
  • Presentation by guest speaker, Dr. Fedorov on “Regional and Cell-specific Transcriptome Profiling of Human Sinoatrial Node” using the GeoMx DSP
  • Information on how to access both technologies through the The Ohio State University Genomics Shared Resource
GeoMx® Digital Spatial Profiler for Spatial Biology

The GeoMx DSP enables spatially resolved, high‐plex digital quantitation of proteins (~570‐plex) and mRNA (whole transcriptome) in tissue, allowing users to select regions of interest based on tissue heterogeneity in many different sample types, including formalin fixed paraffin embedded samples with highly degraded RNA. 

Head-on view of nCounter Pro Analysis System

The nCounter provides a robust automated solution for multiplex expression analysis of 800+ targets. The simple workflow requires just 15 minutes of hands-on time and produces highly reproducible data in ~24 hours.


Rahul Rattan, PhD

Field Application Scientist, NanoString

Vadim Fedorov, PhD

Professor, Physiology and Cell Biology, The Ohio State University