Unveiling the Future of Spatial Transcriptomics: The Power of CosMx™ for Single-Cell Imaging

Hybrid Seminar
1130 St. Nicholas Avenue, New York - ICRC AuditoriumLink

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Columbia University researchers are invited to join us for an upcoming seminar highlighting the capabilities of CosMx SMI, the first high-plex in situ analysis platform to provide spatial multiomics with formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded (FFPE) and fresh frozen (FF) tissue samples at cellular and subcellular resolution.

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 (6,000 RNA transcripts and soon the Whole Transcriptome) 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.

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Sayani Bhattacharjee, PhD

Field Application Scientist, NanoString Technologies

Sayani Bhattacharjee, PhD, is a Field Application Scientist for NanoString Technologies. She earned her PhD in Biomedical Science from the University of Toledo and has a strong background in translational cancer research and molecular biology. Sayani lives in Pennsylvania but supports customers in New York and New Jersey as well as customers in Pennsylvania.