Spatial Omics Driving the Next Wave of Biomedical Research Revolution- Dr. Rong Fan

Dr. Rong did his Ph.D. at UCBerkley, postdoctoral work at CalTech, and is currently an associate professor in the department of biomedical engineering at Yale university.

Special Session- CYCIF, CODEX, SLIDESEQ Discussion

This is a special session where we discuss the mechanics of 3 spatial technologies. We invited experts who use these technologies regularly to share their experiences and get involved in...

Mapping the Spatiotemporal Proteome Architecture of Human Cells- Dr. Emma Lundberg

Dr. Emma was a Professor in Cell Biology Proteomics at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden. She moved to Stanford and is an Associate Professor in the Department of...

Tools for Analyzing and Controlling Biological Systems- Dr. Ed Boyden

Dr. Ed Boyden develops new tools for probing, analyzing, and engineering brain circuits. He uses a range of approaches, including synthetic biology, nanotechnology, chemistry, electrical engineering, and optics to develop...

Next Generation Tools for Spatial Tissue Genomics by Dr. Fei Chen

Dr. Fei is a core faculty member at the Broad Institute and an assistant professor in the Department of Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology at Harvard University.

Spatial Mapping the Human Intestine by Dr. Mike Snyder

The keynote speaker is Dr. Mike Snyder who is the director of the center for genomics and personalized medicine and the chair of the genetics department at Stanford University. He’s...

Highly multiplexed imaging of in situ tumor ecosystems towards precision medicine by Dr. Bernd Bodenmiller

Dr. Bernd Bodenmiller talks about the highly multiplexed imaging of in situ tumor ecosystems using Imaging mass cytometry.