Revolutionizing Spatial Biology: An In-Depth Look at CosMx SMI and AtoMx SIP

Hybrid Seminar
University of Virginia - Pinn Hall, auditorium 1005Link

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University of Virginia researchers are invited to join us for this upcoming hybrid seminar! Featuring a deep dive into the power of single-cell spatial biology and data analysis.

During the session we will cover:

Understanding different cell types, how cells behave with one another, and their purpose enhances our ability to interpret biology and disease. CosMx allows researchers to comprehensively map single cells in their native environment, extracting deeper biological insights from a single experiment, enabling novel discoveries.

CosMx SMI with the highest-plex assay (6,125 RNA transcripts and 64 protein targets) enables researchers to achieve more from a single experiment – cell atlasing, cell-cell interaction, cell co-localization, reference mapping (neighborhood analysis), signaling pathway analysis all from one single run. An end to end spatial solution from automated workflow to an integrated cloud-based informatics platform (AtoMx), providing broad data analysis, easy data storage and sharing.

This seminar is hosted by: Ana Karina de Oliveira, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Department of Pathology Cancer Center Member Director, Spatial Biology Core University of Virginia School of Medicine 


Jingjing Gong, PhD, MBA

Senior Field Application Scientist, NanoString Technologies