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Welcome to the Spatial Organ Calendar News Page

Thank you for ordering the 2022 Calendar inspired by the Spatial Organ Atlas, an initiative that aims at mapping the architecture of tissues using spatially resolved whole transcriptome profiles.

Pack your bags and join us for the Spatial Biology World Tour 2022. Spatial experts will share experiences, exciting new research advancements, and ambitions for the future of Spatial Biology.
Get an in-person first-hand look at the power of the Spatial Biology Ecosystem:

Single Cells – Giant leaps Webinar Series

Tune in every Tuesday as we journey into the neighborhoods of single cells with a webinar series featuring ten leading researchers who are using CosMx Spatial Molecular Imager (SMI) to gain deeper insights into cellular and subcellular gene and protein expression. 

DateSpeakerTitle
20th SeptemberVikram Devgan, Ph.D.
NanoString Technologies
The single-cell spatial revolution: CosMx SMI
27th SeptemberJacob D. Estes, Ph.D.
Oregon Health & Science University
Utilizing Nonhuman Primate Models and High-Dimensional Spatial Approaches to Understand HIV Persistence
4th OctoberGrant Kolar, M.D.
Saint Louis University
Spatially Resolved, Single Cell Atlas of the Islets of Langerhans
11th OctoberShaun Jackson, MBChB M.D.
University of Washington
Spatial transcriptomic analysis of pediatric lupus nephritis at single cell resolution
18th OctoberSimon Knott, Ph.D.
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
High-resolution spatiotemporal profiling of immune checkpoint blockade response by triple negative breast cancers with the NanoString CosMx platform
25th OctoberParambir Dulai, M.D.
Northwestern University
Endotyping inflammatory bowel diseases
1st NovemberKevin Wei, M.D, Ph.D.
Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Spatial reconstruction of joint inflammation in rheumatoid arthritis
8th NovemberAndrew J. Rech, MD, Ph.D.
University of Pennsylvania
Response and resistance to chimeric antigen receptor T cell therapy in human solid tumors using spatial multi-omics
16th NovemberBrooke Howitt, M.D.
Stanford University School of Medicine
Single cell spatial transcriptomic mapping of the fallopian tube
21st NovemberQuan Nguyen, Ph.D.
University of Queensland
Spatial multiomics analyses of a cell atlas and interactome in skin cancer

nCounter news – Grant Opportunity

The nCounter Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) Pathophysiology Panel enables researchers to explore how cardiovascular disfunction contributes to heart disease, hypertension and arteriosclerosis. The panel provides molecular insights with quick, actionable results. Study the cardiotoxic effects of immune therapies or assess the role of aging and cell renewal in cardiac regenerative medicine.

Enter our grant application program for the chance to receive 24 samples of your choice, open until 31st October.

Learn more about the CVD panel by watching this brief nCounter: Or by joining the LIVE from the CX Lab webinar: nCounter Analysis Systems & Workflow.

Have you missed our September webinars? 

Do not worry, we have kept them on demand for you to watch any day, any time:

Latest R&D Innovations

Spatial Proteogenomics 

Spatial Proteogenomics enables scientists to yield comprehensive coverage of RNA and Protein within a single tissue sample. Simultaneous, multimodal detection of these targets from the same sample results in the most accurate, complete snapshot of your biological samples. 

Read our white-paper on Spatial Protegenomics to learn more:

sDAS  

Spatial Data Analysis Service is NanoString’s premier data analysis service for spatial biology experiments run on the GeoMx® DSP with readout on the nCounter® Analysis System or Illumina NGS. 

sDAS enables scientists and researchers to go from spatial data to biological insights without the need for bioinformatics or programming experience. 

Check out our sDAS demo report here: 

AtoMx 

AtoMx™ Spatial Informatics Portal is the first cloud-based, integrated informatics ecosystem for spatial biology with advanced analytics that will enable global data sharing and collaboration.​ 

Get an overview of AtoMx: