AGORA Workshop "SPATIAL MULTI-OMICS: USE IN BIOLOGY AND MEDECINE"

Auditorium PATERNOT AGORA Rue du Bugnon 25A, 1011 Lausanne

18.01.2023 08:00 - 18:00

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Spatial resolved transcriptomics and multiplexing of antibodies aim to detect mRNAs or/and proteins of a single cell in the context of tissue environment. This spatial context is crucial for understanding key mechanisms in cell biology, neurobiology or tumor biology like cell-cell interactions. Many technologies based on different methods (microdissection, in situ hybridization, in situ sequencing, in situ capturing and cyclic immunodetection) have been developed to fulfill this need. Many of those procedures are still under development, difficult to implement in a lab or come with high investment.

This workshop is a great opportunity to advance your knowledge about the existing technologies, your network and discuss with the industry.

BREAK OUT SESSIONS

Applications in research:

Which technologies for my research projects?
Diagnostic:
How to apply spatial-omics in human medical diagnostic?
Data analysis and integration:
How to interpret and integrate data from multi-omics procedures?

We look forward to welcoming you at this exciting meeting in Lausanne !

Dr. Jessica Sordet-Dessimoz, EPFL, Lausanne
Dr. Stéphanie Tissot, CTE, CHUV and LICR, Lausanne
Prof. Johanna Joyce, UNIL and LICR, Lausanne
Prof. Susan Gasser, ISREC Foundation, Lausanne

On behalf of the organizing committee

For more information : Agora Workshop Multi-Omics

THE ABSTRACT SUBMISSION IS OPEN UNTIL DECEMBER 9, 2022.

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