Spatial Biology 301: Automated Staining Protocol with BondRX Leica


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In our first session on June 12, 2024, we deep dive into sample preparation automation with Leica Biosystems. As our co-sponsor, this session features presentations from Leica Biosystems Field Application Specialist Jasheka Lee, who will focus on automating workflows on the BOND RX research stainer.

Charlie Glaser from NanoString’s Technology Access Program (TAP) team will provide insights on how BOND RX combined with GeoMx DSP enables high-throughput, high-plex spatial Protein & RNA profiling. Together, our teams will show how our partnership provides invaluable perspectives on streamlining your sample preparation process.

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Charlie Glaser

Research Associate III, NanoString, a Bruker Company

Charlie Glaser serves as a Research Associate III in the Nanostring Research and Development lab. After multiple years of experience running Nanostring protocols he has run 1000's of slides! He is excited to show his community how Leica BOND enables research.

Jasheka Lee

Field Applications Specialist II , Leica Biosystems

Jasheka is a meticulous and innovative certified histotechnician with expertise throughout the anatomic pathology workflow, including grossing, microtomy, immunohistochemistry, and in situ hybridization. Jasheka has traveled for several years to various labs across the US, sharing her experience. Her current role is Field Applications Specialist II on the Life Sciences Team with Leica Biosystems. As a solutionist with a customer-centric mindset, she is passionate about providing the right solution for her customers and supporting success. Jasheka believes in continuous learning, achieving her BBA in Supply Chain Management from the University of Houston and an AAS in Histology from Coleman College of Health Sciences. She is pursuing her Professional Science Master’s in Biotechnology at Texas Woman’s University.