Webinars

Lunaphore Spatial Biology Week

Lunaphore Spatial Biology Week

Lunaphore is pleased to invite you to the Lunaphore Spatial Biology Week. This 5-day online meeting brings together scientific experts from the industry and academic research institutions. Covering research topics from immuno-oncology, pathology, immunology and infectious diseases, this event will feature talks on cutting-edge research in the field of spatial biology.

Spatial biology is the new frontier in life sciences. However, high complexity and technical barriers still prevent its wide adoption in translational research. This conference aims to highlight how new technology solutions are lowering these barriers for adoption in a wide range of research laboratories in hospitals, academia, core facilities and biopharma.

Gain comprehensive insights into spatial biology research applications through interactive sessions and engaging presentations. The event agenda will feature talks, workshops and roundtable discussions. Registration is free and open to researchers from Europe and North America.

Monday, 6 December 2021

From protein to RNA study: educational series on spatial biology
Easy assay development with TSA-based multiplexed immunofluorescence

SPEAKER
Alexandre Kehren, Application Development Team Leader, Lunaphore

TIME
4:00 PM CET | 10:00 AM EST

LabSat® & RNAscope®: bring multi-omics into your lab

SPEAKER
Deniz Eroglu, Project Manager Scientific Affairs, Lunaphore

TIME
4:30 PM CET | 10:30 AM EST

Tuesday, 7 December 2021

From fundamental to translational research: spatial biology for all laboratories
Integrating hyperplex spatial proteomics into your research: why and how – A core facility’s perspective

SPEAKER
Dr. Charlotte Stadler, Head of the National Spatial Proteomics Facility, SciLifeLab, Sweden

TIME
4:00 PM CET | 10:00 AM EST

Spatial proteomics: a journey to adopt highly multiplexed immunohistochemistry technologies

SPEAKER
Dr. Alexander Klimowicz, Senior Principal Scientist, Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals (USA)

TIME
4:30 PM CET | 10:30 AM EST

COMET™ live demo & software suite overview

SPEAKERS
Dr. Ece Kadioglu, Field Application Specialist, Lunaphore
Dr. Emilie Pérès, Application Development Engineer, Lunaphore

TIME
5:00 PM CET | 11:00 AM EST

Wednesday, 8 December 2021

Spatial profiling: a tool with multiple uses
The immune landscape of SARS-CoV-2-positive placentitis: a high dimensional, multiomic analysis.

SPEAKER
Dr. Matthew Pugh, MRC Clinical Research Training Fellow, University of Birmingham (UK)

TIME
4:00 PM CET | 10:00 AM EST

Spatial biomarker profiling of human prostate cancer tissue by multiplex immunofluorescence assay

SPEAKER
Jonathan Mignot, Application Development Scientist, Lunaphore

TIME
4:30 PM CET | 10:30 AM EST

Thursday, 9 December 2021

The future of spatial biology: technological advances and immunotherapy
The today and tomorrow of image analysis in digital pathology. Roundtable discussion

PANELISTS
Dr. Inti Zlobec, Head of the Translational Research Unit (TRU), University of Bern (Switzerland)
Dr. Andrew Janowczyk, Assistant Research Professor, Department of Biomedical, Engineering, Case School of Engineering (United States)

TIME
4:00 PM CET | 10:00 AM EST

Developing means to improve immune checkpoint blockade from the bench to bedside and back

SPEAKER
Dr. Taha Merghoub, Attending Biologist, Human Oncology & Pathogenesis Program
Co-director, Ludwig Collaborative & Swim Across America Laboratory, Memorial Sloan Kettering
Professor of Immunology Research in Medicine, Weill Cornell Medical College
Member Researcher, Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy

TIME
5:00 PM CET | 11:00 AM EST

Friday, 10 December 2021

Spatial biology: workshops and satellite session
Considerations in Validating Hyperplex Immunofluorescence Panels

SPEAKERS
Dr. Michael Surace, Associate Director, AstraZeneca, USA

TIME
4:00 PM CET | 10:00 AM EST

LabSat® live demo

SPEAKERS
Dr. Sara Milosevic, Sales Specialist, Lunaphore

TIME
4:30 PM CET | 10:30 AM EST

Priority Access Program

SPEAKERS
Everton Robinson, VP Sales and Customer Support, Lunaphore

TIME
5:00 PM CET | 11:00 AM EST

Speakers
Dr. Charlotte Stadler

Dr. Charlotte Stadler

Head of the National Spatial Proteomics Facility, SciLifeLab, Sweden

Dr. Alexander Klimowicz

Dr. Alexander Klimowicz

Senior Principal Scientist, Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, USA

Dr. Michael Surace

Dr. Michael Surace

Associate Director, AstraZeneca, USA

Dr. Taha Merghoub

Dr. Taha Merghoub

Attending Biologist, Human Oncology & Pathogenesis Program  Co-director, Ludwig Collaborative & Swim Across America Laboratory, Memorial Sloan Kettering  Professor of Immunology Research in Medicine, Weill Cornell Medical College  Member Researcher, Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy

Dr. Matthew Pugh

Dr. Matthew Pugh

MRC Clinical Research Training Fellow, University of Birmingham, UK

Dr. Inti Zlobec

Dr. Inti Zlobec

Head of the Translational Research Unit (TRU), University of Bern, Switzerland

Dr. Andrew Janowczyk

Dr. Andrew Janowczyk

Assistant Research Professor, Department of Biomedical, Engineering, Case School of Engineering, United States

Everton Robinson

Everton Robinson

VP Sales and Customer Support, Lunaphore

Alexandre Kehren

Alexandre Kehren

Application Development Team Leader, Lunaphore

Deniz Eroglu

Deniz Eroglu

Project Manager Scientific Affairs, Lunaphore

Dr. Ece Kadioglu

Dr. Ece Kadioglu

Field Application Specialist, Lunaphore

Sara Milosevic

Sara Milosevic

Sales Specialist, Lunaphore

Jonathan Mignot

Jonathan Mignot

Application Development Scientist, Lunaphore

Emilie Pérès

Emilie Pérès

Application Development Engineer, Lunaphore

Any Questions?

FAQs

The registration is free and open to everyone.


Lunaphore's Spatial Biology Week will be online.


You will receive a confirmation email upon registration with a link that will give you access to all presentations.


No, you only need to register once. The link in your confirmation email will then give you access to all presentations.


Yes, all presentations will be available on-demand.