Transcriptome study provides the valuable information of RNA from cell, tissue, organism. Gene Expression depends on the cell type, pathway and many more factors. We can get information about which cell type are present in tissue sample, how they interact, how immune system acts, etc.
An increasing number of scientists are finding spatial biology extremely useful for studying oncology, immune-oncology, neurobiology, etc. Maintaining the spatial context of biological data is crucial for understanding how cells organize and interact with their surrounding environment to drive various biological functions. Thus, spatial transcriptomics and spatial proteomics can be used to study both healthy and diseased tissues by understanding the mechanisms behind the development, tissue heterogeneity, and therapeutic response.
Engage with spatial experts, researchers and scientists to gain insights into spatial multiomics applications in oncology, neurology, immunology and more. Transform your research and push the boundaries to make novel scientific discoveries possible.
Spatial Multiomics Symposium
6 June 2022 at 4:00:00 pm
Miranda Orr, PhD, Assistant Professor, Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine, Wake Forest University School of Medicine
Kevin Wei, M.D., PhD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Grant R. Kolar, M.D., PhD, Associate Research Professor, Saint Louis University School of Medicine
Arutha Kulasinghe, PhD, NHMRC Research Fellow, The University of Queensland
Joseph Beechem, PhD, Chief Scientific Officer, Sr. Vice President, R&D, NanoString Technologies