By registering for our latest webinar series, you will learn new ways to gather and analyse spatial information about the most complex tissues and diseases from more than ten global researchers. You will hear a range of exciting projects, data analysis pipelines and see examples of insights gained from a range of disease areas.
** Please note, by registering for webinar one, you will automatically receive access to the subsequent webinars in the series.**
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Thursday 13th April at 3pm BST/ 4pm CET/ 10am EST
There are a plethora of cell types and cell-to-cell interactions that are not yet well understood. In this webinar, we will cover how we can unravel biological complexity using spatial technologies with examples in cancer and inflammatory bowel disease.
- Reconstruction of 3D Cellular Neighbourhoods in a Human Tumour Maps Cellular Interactions Orchestrating Tumour Invasion and Immune Exclusion
- Tancredi Pentimalli, PhD Graduate Student, Max Delbruck Center
- Understanding Inflammatory Bowel Disease Using Single Cell RNAseq and Spatial Molecular Imaging
- Azucena Salas, Inflammatory bowel disease Group leader, Hospital Clinic Barcelona
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Thursday 20th April at 3pm BST/ 4pm CET/ 10am EST
Multi-omics analysis is now commonplace at the bench to create deep information-rich biological snapshots. Coupled with spatial information, we are far better equipped than ever to accelerate research forward.
In this webinar, we will highlight the use of spatial multi-omics in research and discuss how we can decipher useful insights from these complex datasets.
- Data Science Meets Spatial Omics: Deciphering Structure and Function of Complex Tissues
- Abul Hassan Samee, Assistant Professor, Department of Integrative Physiology, Baylor College of Medicine
- SCING, A New Single Cell Multi-Omics Network Modelling Method
- Xia Yang, Professor, Dept. Integrative Biology and Physiology, UCLA
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Webinar 3: Deciphering Biomarkers With Spatial Technologies
Thursday 27th April at 3pm BST/ 4pm CET/ 10am EST
Underpinning what is happening to tissues at an early stage of disease progression can help us to understand changes at the molecular level that unlock critical insights into therapeutic opportunities.
In this webinar, we will discuss how spatial technologies can be used to uncover disease biology at scale, and how these technologies can help discover and validate biomarkers that can aid in drug discovery efforts and therapeutic monitoring.
- Spatially Resolved Multi-Omics To Study Human Cardiac Niches & Predicting Drug Reactions
- Michela Noseda, Senior Lecturer in Cardiac Molecular Pathology, Imperial College London
- Paving The Way For Deep Spatial Phenotyping
- Oliver Braubach, Director of Applications, Akoya Biosciences
- The Spatial Landscape Of Progression And Immunoediting In Primary Melanoma
- Ajit Nirmal, Principal Investigator, Brigham and Women’s Hospital
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Webinar 4: Spatial Biology In Cancer And Immuno-oncology
Thursday 4th May at 3pm BST/ 4pm CET/ 10am EST
Armed with the ability to better understand cancer cells and their crosstalk with the tumour microenvironment, new opportunities to transform immuno-oncology therapeutics are arising.
In this webinar, we will discuss how spatial technologies are being used to underpin the mechanisms of cancer, and how this can be applied to unlocking the next era of immunotherapies.
- Spatial Omics to Study The Tumour Immune Architecture of Diffuse Large B-cell Lymphoma
- Akil Merchant, Associate Professor and Director of Imaging Mass Cytometry Shared Resource, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
- Mapping Immune Cell Infiltrates In The Tumour Microenvironment Using Hyperplex Immunofluorescence
- Nicolai Bastian, Product Manager, Lunaphore
- Spatial Biomarker Profiling In Ovarian Cancers And Immuno-Oncology
- Sammy Ferri-Borgogno, Instructor, Department of Gynaecologic Oncology and Reproductive Medicine, MD Anderson Cancer Center