7th April 2022 - 10:30am - 13:45 CET

Spatial Biology – Accelerating Translational Research & Clinical Applications

The field of spatial biology is advancing rapidly and has already contributed to novel insights in neuroscience, infectious disease, and autoimmune disorders by opening up the study of disease pathology.  Immuno-oncology on the other hand has been proving grounds for spatial biology tools, which are poised to transform clinical research in several key ways. 

Although it’s evident that spatial biology is supporting as well transforming drug discovery, tackling the spatial heterogeneity of tissue microenvironments from different angles, computational analysis of spatially resolved transcriptomic data and meeting the cutting-edge demands of biomedical research in general has been challenging. Furthermore, there is a significant need for collaboration between industry and academia for facilitating their application in pre-clinical and clinical settings.

To facilitate the latter point, discuss challenges and upcoming strategies the Spatial Biology Webinar will serve as a platform to brainstorm about the latest spatial technologies and the discoveries they enable across multiple biomedical disciplines with an emphasis on immuno-oncology.

Full Speaker Line-Up to be announced soon!


Session Technology Partners:

Lunaphore Technologies S.A. is a Swiss company born in 2014 with the vision of enabling spatial biology in every laboratory. Lunaphore has developed a game-changing chip technology which can extract spatial proteomic and genomic data from tumors and transform any simple assay into multiplex spatial biology without complexity. Lunaphore empowers researchers to push the boundaries of research to ultimately develop the next generation personalized therapies. For further information on Lunaphore and its products, please visit www.lunaphore.com

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7th April 2022 - 10:30am - 13:45 CET

Spatial Biology – Accelerating Translational Research & Clinical Applications

The field of spatial biology is advancing rapidly and has already contributed to novel insights in neuroscience, infectious disease, and autoimmune disorders by opening up the study of disease pathology. Immuno-oncology on the other hand has been proving grounds for spatial biology tools, which are poised to transform clinical research in several key ways. Although it’s evident that spatial biology is supporting as well transforming drug discovery, tackling the spatial heterogeneity of tissue microenvironments from different angles, computational analysis of spatially resolved transcriptomic data and meeting the cutting-edge demands of biomedical research in general has been challenging. Furthermore, there is a significant need for collaboration between industry and academia for facilitating their application in pre-clinical and clinical settings.

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