23rd September 2021 - 10:30am - 13:45 CET

Spatial Biology: Revolutionizing Tissue Imaging and Analysis using Spatial profiling

Spatial Biology is the study of tissue in its native two- or three-dimensional contexts and encompasses understanding relationships between cells, biomarkers/proteins, and even transcripts. The field of Spatial Biology has exploded in recent years with an expansion of digital pathology, high-dimensional multiplexing modalities, spatial and AI analytic tools, and spatial transcriptomics technologies, culminating in spatial transcriptomics being selected as the Nature Methods’ 2021 “Method of the Year”. 

Against this background, the ‘Spatial Biology: Revolutionizing Tissue Imaging and Analysis using Spatial profiling’ webinar taking place on September 23, 2021 will bring together experts to discuss spatial technologies and the discoveries they enable across multiple biomedical disciplines with an emphasis on tumour biology and immuno-oncology. 

Join us for this webinar to learn more about how spatial technologies are helping researchers to answer critical biological questions, understand disease processes and drive advances in patient diagnostics and prognostics. 

This session has now CLOSED, but please do feel free to register your details to receive the full on-demand recording!

Expert Speaker Panel Includes:

Kaitlyn R. McGrath

Research Technologist-Hematology Research Labs
Mayo Clinic, Minnesota

Prof. Dr. Rong Fan

Professor of Biomedical Engineering
Yale University, Connecticut, USA
Prof. Joakim Lundeberg

Principal Investigator
KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

Dr Nigel Jamieson

Senior Clinical Lecturer (Institute of Cancer Sciences)/ Honorary Consultant Pancreatic Surgeon
University of Glasgow, Scotland
Prof. Dr. med. Viktor Kölzer

Pathologist/Assistant Professor
University Hospital Zurich/ Institute for Pathology and Molecular Pathology, Switzerland
Prof. Dr. Arvydas Laurinavičius

Professor, Pathologist
Vilnius University Hospital, Lithuania

Dr Allan Rasmusson

Digital Pathology Systems Architect and Senior Researcher, National Center of Pathology, Vilnius University Hospital, and the Vilnius University Faculty of Medicine, Vilnius, Lithuania.
Dr Ines Nearchou

Postdoctoral Research Fellow at National Defense Medical College, Tokorozawa, Japan
Dr Inti Zlobec

Head of the Translational Research Unit (TRU), University of Bern, Switzerland

“Excellent quality talks and moderation. I felt it was well organized and advertised. I was very pleased to see the large attendance, and I have received an unusually high number of direct follow-up emails, LinkedIn requests etc. from Industry & Academia alike (been busy writing replies since the webinar ended). Congratulations to the team!”

– Professor of Pathology & Speaker

Proud To Be Partnered With:

Indica Labs is the world’s leading provider of computational pathology software and services. Our flagship HALO® image analysis platform enables fast, quantitative evaluation of tissues using a broad range of artificial intelligence (AI) and computer vision algorithms. HALO Link™ and HALO AP® facilitate remote image analysis, collaboration and management. Through a combination of precision, performance, scalability, and usability our software solutions enable pharmaceutical companies, diagnostic labs, research organizations, and Indica’s own contract pharma services team to advance tissue-based research, clinical trials, and diagnostics.

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