Oxford Global Spatial Biology UK 2024

Novotel London West, HammersmithLink

Join leaders, experts, and researchers at the 4th Annual Spatial Biology Congress, connecting global academic & research organisations as well as pharma representatives for high-level discussions on the latest innovations in spatial research & technologies. Forward looking visionary leaders will discuss the current state of the industry, market trends and future growth areas aiding the application of spatial technologies in the clinic as well as the rise of digital pathology.

Meet the NanoString team at booth #15 .

NanoString Workshop | Monday 18th March | 15:30 – 17:30 | Conference Room 1

Track One | Advancements in Tissue Digital Spatial Profiling and Single Cell Spatial Molecular Imaging Unveil Biological Landscapes through a Multiomics Lens

  • 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, Dr Susan Heavy, UCL and Christina Stankey, The Francis Crick Institute about insights they have gained by unravelling biological complexity using GeoMx and CosMx platforms.
  • 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

In-event presentation | Tuesday 19th March | 09:30 – 09:50 | Conference Room 1

High Plex Spatial Transcriptomics and Proteomics in a Discovery and Translational Setting

Explore the benefits of implementing spatial multiomics at the highest plex in your biomarker discovery and translational 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.


Rudy van Eijsden, PhD

Director of Field Applications, NanoString

Susan Heavey, PhD

Lecturer, Centre for 3D Models of Health and Disease, University College London

Richárd Buús, PhD

Field Application Scientist, NanoString

Christina Stankey

PhD Student (James Lee Group), The Francis Crick Institute