June 6 2023
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm Greenwich Mean Time (GMT)
Babraham Research Campus Babraham Hall, Babraham, Cambridge, CB22 3AT
About the event
Multiplex immunofluorescence (mIF) allows the comprehensive analysis of biomarker distribution, which can answer essential questions about the pathophysiology of many disorders and reveal prognostic biomarkers and novel therapeutic targets. Spatial biology is the technology of the future to identify: i)the right target, ii) tissue-specific information, iii) therapies with the right safety iv) the right patient and v) the right commercial potential. Join this event to discover how Lunaphore solutions leverage your current research workflow, using existing antibody libraries to create & scale spatial data-driven research.
Registration deadline: June 2 2023
1:00 PM Coffee and networking
2:00 PM Talk by Dr. Matthew Pugh on utilizing spatial multi-omics to understand SARS-CoV-2 infection in tissue
3:00 PM Talk by Dr. Muge Akpinar on Mapping the cellular architecture of complex microenvironments with novel label-free hyperplex immunofluorescence
4:00 PM Coffee and networking
Dr. Matthew Pugh – University of Birmingham
Associate Clinical Professor/ Honorary Consultant Histopathologist
Dr. Muge Akpinar – Lunaphore
Field Application Scientist
Dr. Angelo Da Rosa – Lunaphore
Technical Sales Specialist
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Babraham Research Campus
Babraham Hall, Babraham, Cambridge CB22 3AT, United Kingdom
Who should attend?
The event is for researchers at every stage of their career interested in spatial biology.
How much is the registration? And is it necessary?
Registration for the event is free and it is necessary
Will the talks be recorded, and can I attend online?
No, the talks won’t be recorded, and it is an in-person event.
I have a question regarding the event.
Please send your request to [email protected].
Registration is free but the number of seats is limited. Secure your spot now.