Date: July 19, 2022
Time: 17:00 CEST/ 11:00 EDT/ 08:00 PDT
Location is integral to understanding cell function and biology. Spatial genomics, transcriptomics, and proteomics techniques provide the spatial context for assessing the diversity of cell types, cell states, and cellular interactions in a sample. Spatially resolved cellular information can be very useful for understanding diseases affecting organs with high homogeneity and structural organization, as well as for cancer and neuroscience where there is a lot of cellular heterogeneity.
If you are interested in learning more about how spatial biology techniques can be used to optimize gene and protein expression profiling, and accentuate insights gained from immunofluorescence, RNA-seq and single-cell analysis we invite you to join this free webinar on July 19, 2022 at 17:00 CEST/ 11:00 EDT/ 08:00 PDT.
The webinar’s expert panel includes scientists from Wellcome Sanger Institute in the UK, Curtin University in Australia and Harvard Medical School in the US, who will discuss how spatial techniques are helping them in their research.
In the webinar you will receive and learn:
- Expert guidance on selecting a spatial biology technique that is best suited for your sample and the research questions you are trying to address
- The pros and cons of the various methodologies and what you should consider before making any decisions
- How using spatial genomics, proteomics and transcriptomics can optimize gene and protein expression profiling and pathway analysis studies
- Best practices and tricks that power users rely on when running spatial biology experiments
- Solutions for commonly encountered challenges with data analysis, including minimizing biases and batch effects and normalizing and integrating data from different spatial assays to get meaningful results
Registration is required for attendance. Registration is free; you can do so by clicking this link.
All participants can request a certificate of attendance as well as participate in the live Q&A that will take place after the presentation.
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