Join us for our latest webinar series – Spatial Biology ONLINE -where we’ll be discussing advances in spatial analysis and how we can harness these new techniques to gain unparalleled insights into tissue architecture, gene expression, cellular heterogeneity and more.
Webinar 1: Using advanced spatial approaches to gain biological insights
Thursday 8th September 2022 at 3pm BST/ 4pm CET/ 10am EST
Delineating spatial information is complex, and often requires advanced computational approaches to underpin disease biology.
In this webinar, we will highlight how spatial biology is being utilised, and highlight advanced analytical techniques to derive useful insights.
- New spatial transcriptomics method that integrates imagine and RNA-sequencing
- Sinem Saka, Group Leader, EMBL
- Integrated spatial genomics reveals global architecture of single nuclei
- Yodai Takei, Postdoc, Cai Lab, Caltech
- The spatial landscape of lung pathology during COVID-19 progression
- Robert Schwartz, Associate Professor of Medicine, Weill Cornell Medicine
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Webinar 2: Spatial analysis for precision medicine and disease biology
Thursday 15th September 2022 at 3pm BST/ 4pm CET/ 10am EST
Dissecting the molecular information of diseases has been enabling granular understanding of the biological processes behind disease formation, and uncovering clues to treatment options. The precision that spatial analysis provides can be harnessed as a tool for biomarker discovery.
In this webinar, we examine how spatial technologies are being utilised to support drug discovery efforts and whether this type of analysis could hold the key to unlocking the next era of precision medicine.
- The spatial reconstruction of joint inflammation in rheumatoid arthritis
- Kevin Wei, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School, Co-Director, Center for Cellular Profiling, Brigham and Women’s Hospital
- Unlock the secrets of FFPE samples with 10X Single cell and Spatial technologies
- Stephen Hague, Managing Lead Science & Technology Advisor EMEA, 10x Genomics
- Spatial analysis of the tumour microenvironment of melanoma brain metastases after checkpoint inhibitor therapy
- Dave Hoon, Professor and Director of Dept. of Translational Molecular Medicine, Saint John’s Cancer Institute
- Spatial organisation meets biological networks
- Dr. J Krishnan, Senior Lecturer, Imperial College London
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Webinar 3: Harnessing the power of spatial technologies in research
Thursday 22nd September 2022 at 3pm BST/ 4pm CET/ 10am EST
Spatial technologies are rapidly advancing. From spatial transcriptomics, genomics and multi-omic technologies, how can we best apply these technologies in research and uncover the unparalleled resolution of spatial biology?
In this webinar, we will cover technological advances in spatial analysis, and provide an in-depth case study of utilisation in Alzheimer’s disease models.
- Spatial Transcriptomics of Alzheimer’s Disease Mouse Models with and without Trem2R47H Mutation
- Frances Edwards, Professor of Neurodegeneration, University College London
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Webinar 4: Dissecting complex tissues with spatial insights
Thursday 29th September at 3pm BST/ 4pm CET/ 10am EST
Spatial information can be crucial to our understanding of tissue pathology and can uncover clues into disease onset and progression. In this webinar, we will cover how spatial technologies are uncovering insights into disease
- Spatial Atlas of the Mouse Central Nervous System at Molecular Resolution
- Hailing Shi, Helen Hay Whitney Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow, Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard
- Applications of spatial omics in clinical translational cancer research
- Alison Finall, Clinical Academic and Honorary Associate Professor, Swansea University
- Computational approaches to detect tissue anatomy and cell-cell interactions from spatial transcriptomics data
- Kyoung Jae Won, Associate Professor, Biotech Research & Innovation Centre
- Modular cell type organization of cortical areas by cell types revealed by in situ sequencing
- Jesse Gillis, Adjunct Professor, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
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