Society for Neuroscience 2023
Scientists from around the world will congregate at Neuroscience 2023 to discover new ideas, share their research, and experience the best the field has to offer.
NanoString Booth #2617
NanoString Technologies will be hosting two workshops and has a strong line up for scientific posters throughout the week.
Empowering neuroscientists with a cutting-edge gene expression and spatial multiomics portfolio for advancing brain research
Exhibit Hall – Aisle 1500: Monday, Nov. 13, 11:30am–12pm | Alyssa Rosenbloom, PhD & Adrian Oblak, PhD
NanoString’s integrated, multiomic solutions allows the study of neurodegeneration, neuroinflammation, and neuronal development from spatial single cells to multicellular tissue compartments and patient cohorts. Discover and develop prognostic and spatial gene signatures. Characterize the heterogeneity of brain tissue in health and disease. Reveal functional, cellular, and temporal changes spatially at single-cell and subcellular resolution. Hear about Dr. Adrian Oblak’s spatial Alzheimers study. Make the leap into spatial, single cell imaging with best-in-class cell segmentation and cell atlasing with the CosMx SMI and discover novel disease mechanisms and unique biomarkers in neuronal tissue.
Unleashing the power of spatial, single cell multiomics in neuroscience and beyond with CosMx™ Spatial Molecular Imager
Exhibit Hall – Aisle 1500: Monday, Nov. 13, 1:00pm–1:30pm | Joseph Beechem, PhD & Wei Tian, PhD
Make the leap into spatial, single cell imaging with CosMx SMI, with best-in-class cell segmentation, cell atlasing, and biomarker discovery. Learn about the future of CosMx SMI with same slide, highest-plex spatial proteogenomics using 6K RNA + 64-plex protein human neuro assays. For mouse, a comprehensive pairing of 1K RNA+ 64-plex protein for neuropathology. Hear from Joe Ecker’s lab about highest-plex single cell spatial signaling and mapping on human brain, diseased and normal tissues.