International Spatial Biology Congress: On Demand


30th Sep -31st Dec 2022


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On demand access to a sample of presentations from ISBC 2022



The field of spatial biology is progressing rapidly and has already contributed to novel insights into cancer, neuroscience, infectious disease and many more. Technological advances have transformed our ability to assess cellular heterogeneity and determine the point of occurrence. Researchers can now better visualise the disease microenvironment by generating a comprehensive picture of gene or protein expression. This helps us gain a deeper understanding of molecular biology and the mechanisms driving the diseases.

These presentations discuss the utilisation of spatial technologies for research and are free to watch on-demand. 

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Presentations will be given by:

Sparsely Connected Autoencoders: a multi-purpose tool for single cell OMICs analysis
Raffaele Calogero, Associate Professor of Molecular Biology, University of Turino

Understanding inflammatory bowel disease using single cell RNAseq and Spatial Molecular Imaging
Azucena Salas, Group Leader, IBD Translational Laboratory, IDIBAPS, Hospital Clinic of Barcelona; Associate Professor of Immunology, Department of Medicine, University of Barcelona

To Spatial Biology Infinity and Beyond: Discovering Novel Multiomic Possibilities
Robert Stad, Senior Field Applications Scientist, Akoya Biosciences

In-depth proteome mapping of >4000 proteins at 50-µm resolution by microfluidics and mass spectrometry
Zhu Yin, Senior Research Scientist, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA

Dissecting Pathological Phenotypes in COVID-19 lung tissue using spatial transcriptomics
Jimmy Lee, Computational Postdoctoral Fellow, Wellcome Sanger Institute

Model Performance Doesn’t Tell the Full Story – Putting AI Metrics Under the Microscope
Kristopher McCombe, PhD Student, Queen’s University Belfast

Highly multiplexed imaging of tissues with subcellular resolution by imaging mass cytometry
Bernd Bodenmiller, Professor, ETH Zurich and University of Zurich, Switzerland

Functionally and spatially annotated single cell sequencing
Miao-Ping Chien, Assistant Professor, Erasmus University Medical Center, The Netherlands

Quantitative Analysis of High-Plex Immunofluorescent Whole-Slides
Volker Bruns, Group Manager Medical Image Processing Fraunhofer IIS

Combining spatial transcriptomics with protein detection: a highly sensitive and multiplexed approach for subcellular localization
Jeroen Aerts, Customer Technology Advisor, Resolve Biosciences, Belgium


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