Conference

EACR Annual Meeting

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June 10 - 13

Rotterdam Netherlands

Visit our booth #17

Meet the fully-automated spatial multiomics at #EACR24

Mark your calendars for EACR Annual Meeting in Rotterdam! 

Join us and engage directly with our expert scientists to discover spatial multiomics on COME™️. Experience firsthand how you can simultaneously detect RNA and proteins within the same section, all at a subcellular level of detail. 

Our protease-free, fully automated workflow enables multiomics scalability for all stages of research. Are you interested in elevating your spatial biology projects with our multiomics solutions? Contact us now to arrange a detailed discussion with our dedicated team onsite. 

June 11

Symposium

June 11

13:30 – 14:15

Port Room

Spatial biology enables the study of the contextual relationship between different cell types. In the immuno-oncology (IO) field, spatial biology is used to study immune cells and tumoral cells in their spatial context. Understanding immune cell phenotypes, functional activities, and spatial relationships inside or around the tumoral mass is emerging as a crucial factor of immune responsiveness and resistance in the IO field. 

Our exclusive speaker, Dr. Lubka Roumenina, Senior Scientist at Corderlier Research Centre (France), will explore the latest developments in her research and will show how spatial biology is supporting her study of the intricate landscape of the complement in cancers. 

In addition, we will feature how Lunaphore’s solutions enable researchers to generate reproducible spatial data with the fully automated COMET™ staining and imaging platform. Attendees will also discover our novel multiomics application, which integrates RNAscope™ and sequential immunofluorescence (seqIF™) to identify RNA and protein targets simultaneously on the same tissue section in a fully automated workflow.  Our unique spatial biology approach will enable scientists to characterize novel molecular signatures and support the development of targeted therapies.  

Speaker

Lubka Roumenina, Ph.D.

Lubka Roumenina, Ph.D.

Senior Scientist

Cordeliers Research Center, Inserm, France

Lubka Roumenina is a senior scientist at the Cordeliers Research Center, Inserm, France, leading a group focused on studying the innate immune complement system in health and disease. Her research investigates complement activation and regulation in the bloodstream and intracellularly. Lubka's pioneering work explores complement's role in renal cancer, revealing the pro-tumoral of the plasma complement cascade and the newly discovered intracellular complement proteins. Recently she has received the SVAR Complement Excellence Award from the European Complement Society and the ARDRM Award for basic research.

June 12

Posters Presentation

June 12

11:00 AM - 8:15 PM

Poster Session: Tumour Immunology

June 12

11:00 AM - 8:15 PM

Poster Session: Tumour Immunology