Spatial biomarker discovery and exploration tools for the assessment of multiplex immunofluorescence tissue sections produce a wealth of data in high dimensional space. Many times, these tools are often locally based, leading to bottlenecks in the processing of large studies and difficulty in data sharing. To enable collaboration across geographical and organizational boundaries, reproducible results in the face of changing IT departments, and scalable computing power, organizations are deploying cloud-based, digital pathology workflows.
At this workshop, Akoya Biosciences, will present Proxima, its newest digital pathology platform for the management and analysis of multiplex immunofluorescent digital slides. We will discuss a strategy that will enable organizations to operate existing workflows without disruption as they transition to the cloud, while applying new tissue analysis tools for deeper understanding of spatial biology.
Dan Eversole, PhD, Product Manager Tissue Analysis Software
Dan Walker, Product Manager Tissue Imaging
The workshop is free to attend, but attendance is at the organisers discretion
Fee for practising pathologists, hospitals, medical doctors, university academics & NFP employees. Offer not applicable to employees from pharma or solution providers who should select an option below.
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This fee applies to organisations offering services and/or business & technology solutions and also to business consultants.