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Spatial Biology ONLINE
Tuesday 12th, 19th and 26th September at 3pm BST/ 4pm CET/ 10am EST
Spatial biology has taken the molecular biology world by storm over recent years. With a new dimension of data to unlock a deeper level of molecular phenotyping, spatial omics could hold the answer to unlocking some of biology’s deepest secrets. However, with all innovation, comes a transition period whereby methods are explored, analysis methods are developed, and their full potential is unlocked.
Join us for the latest webinar series, Spatial Biology ONLINE, to explore the strength of spatial technologies to interrogate disease biology, and how to analyse these complex datasets to reveal new findings in biology and implement multi-omics for the most complete picture possible.
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Hear examples of exciting opportunities of how spatial biology can help to underpin the dynamic, intricate, and complex changes in a tumour, its microenvironment, and how this relates to therapy response
Webinar 1: Spatial Multi-Omics for a Complete Biological Picture
Tuesday 12th September at 3pm BST/ 4pm CET/ 10am EST
Multi-omics analysis of a single sample is the most effective way of building a complete biological picture of what is happening in a tissue. This webinar will explore the opportunities that spatial multi-omics brings to the picture, including a technological focus and analysis approaches.
Talk 1: Mapping the Future with Spatial Genomics
Jiang He, Co-founder and Sr. Director of Scientific Affairs, Vizgen
Talk 2: Spatial Transcriptomics-Correlated Electron Microscopy maps transcriptional and ultrastructural responses to brain injury
Özgün Gökçe, Group Leader, Bonn University
Webinar 2: Gaining New Insights into Biology from Spatial Data Analysis Approaches
Tuesday 19th September at 3pm BST/ 4pm CET/ 10am EST
With the boom of spatial technologies comes a wealth of data. However, this data needs to be deconvoluted into new insights to better understand disease pathology, uncover relationships between cells and tissues, and ultimately, could lead to the development of new drugs.
In this webinar, we will be discussing approaches to get the most out of your spatial data and exemplify the strength of these approaches with case studies.
Talk 1: Deciphering Spatial Domains from Spatial Multi-Omics with SpatialGlue
Jinmiao Chen, Principal Investigator, Agency for Science, Technology and Research
Talk 2: ChipCytometry and scRNA-seq Reveal Microbiome-Related T cell Modulations in Human Graft-Versus-Host Disease
Benton Berigan, Product Manager, Spatial Diagnostics, Canopy Biosciences
Talk 3: SOAR – A “One-Stop Shop” for Spatial Omics Analysis
Yuan Luo, Chief AI Officer and an Associate Professor, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Webinar 3: Spatial Meets Cancer Biology: Uncovering Cell Types, Interactions and Drivers
Tuesday 26th September at 3pm BST/ 4pm CET/ 10am EST
Cancer is one of the most complex diseases in the world. It is under constant evolution, and it interacts with its environment to help it thrive. Do the secrets of curing cancer lie outside of the tumour itself?
In this webinar, we will be using the most granular technologies to better understand the changes happening in the tumour microenvironment, and whether these insights can be translated into therapeutic opportunities.
Talk 1: Engaging Technological Networks to Solve Cellular Networks; Moving Beyond Spatial Phenotyping to Function
Jared Burks, Professor, MD Anderson Cancer Center
Talk 2: Understanding Virus Infections of the Lung: From Morphology to Sequencing with Spatial Biology
Vanessa Herder, Veterinary Experimental Pathologist, Research Fellow, MRC-University of Glasgow Centre for Virus Research
Talk 3: Reconstruction of the Tumour Spatial Microenvironment Reveals Immune-Barrier Boundary Associated Immunotherapy Efficacy
Youqiong Ye, Principal Investigator, Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine
Front Line Genomics is a genomics-focused media company, with a social mission to deliver the benefits of genomics to patients faster. We organise the Festival of Genomics, digital events and webinars. We also produce reports and operate a content-rich website.
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