Oxford Global Biomarkers UK 2024

Novotel London West, hammersmith

This event is Europe’s flagship event for Biomarker Research returns: engage with the latest trends transforming biomarker & translational research. Join us for the 19th Annual Biomarkers Congress, an immersive experience designed to unveil the forefront of biomarker trends and tools. This event assembles top experts from global pharmaceutical organizations, groundbreaking biotech companies, and esteemed academic institutions, all engaged in diverse therapeutic areas and stages of drug development.

Meet the NanoString team at booth #29 .

NanoString pre-event Workshop | Wednesday 28th February | 11:30 – 15:30

Transcriptomics and proteomics in bulk and in situ: the final frontier in Biomarker Discovery

  • Obtain new ideas, approaches and lessons learned relating to spatial transcriptomics to better understand how to apply spatial technologies in your research. Achieve multicellular analysis with GeoMx® Digital Spatial Profiler, or zoom in to view single cells with the CosMx™ Spatial Molecular Imager (SMI)
  • Hear from current users about insights they have gained by unravelling biological complexity using spatial technologies
  • Analyzing Spatial Data: Learn how to evaluate spatial performance of single cell spatial imaging technologies to deliver more biological information with high quality data. Gain spatial biology insights anytime, anywhere using AtoMx™ Spatial Informatics Platform (SIP), a cloud based solution that provides advanced data analytics and global collaboration capabilities
11:30 Coffee & registration
12:00Intro To Spatial Biology With GeoMx® DSP And CosMx™ SMI, And Bulk Gene Expression Analysis With nCounter®, Rudy van Eijsden
12:30Analysis Of Blood And Nasal Epithelial Transcriptomes To Identify Mechanisms Associated With Control Of SARS-CoV-2 Viral Load In The Upper Respiratory Tract, Mahdi Moradi Marjaneh, Imperial College London
13:00Lunch & Networking
13:45CosMx Joana Campos, Propath
14:15CosMx Jelmar Quist, King’s College London
14:45  Spatial Biology & Gene Expression Data Analysis, Rudy van Eijsden

In-event presentation | Thursday 29th February | 09:10 – 09:30 | Conference Room 1

Leveraging transcriptomics and proteomics in bulk and in situ for Biomarker Discovery

Explore the benefits of implementing spatial multiomics in your biomarker discovery research. GeoMx®™ Digital Spatial Profiler (DSP) and CosMx ™ Spatial Molecular Imager (SMI) create the complete spatial biology solution to support your research at every stage, from pre-clinical to translational to clinical development.

  • See how the new CosMx™ Human 6K Discovery Panel can be integrated into your lab
  • See 570+ proteins on one slide with GeoMx® IO Proteome Atlas

Panel Discussion | Friday 01st March | 14:30 – 15:10 | Conference Room 4

Applying Single Cell And Omic Technologies In Drug Discovery And Development

  • Current challenges:
    • Extracting meaningful data from big omics data in analysis
    • Data Integration
  • Single Omics vs MultiOmics


Rudy van Eijsden, PhD

Director of Field Applications, NanoString

Mahdi Moradi Marjaneh

Advanced Research Fellow in Bioinformatics and Precision Medicine, Imperial College London

Joana Campos

Senior Study Manager, Propath UK

Jelmar Quist, PhD

Cancer Bioinformatician, Kings College London