Join us for our upcoming Virtual Events!
In light of the need to implement social distancing and working more in the virtual space, we at NanoString want to support you in advancing your scientific projects. We will be running a series of virtual events every week. Ranging from short discussions while you have your daily coffee to virtual office hours with NanoString technical experts. Register to attend live, or scroll down to find all of our on-demand recordings!
MONDAY 11/2: A Tail of Two Species: New Canine Immuno-Oncology Research Offering and Special Guest Interviews | REGISTER
Join us for a detailed overview of the NEW Canine IO panel and case studies with Erin Piazza PhD, Sr. Bioinformaticist at NanoString. Followed by interactive interviews and discussion with a panel of expert scientists in the field.
MONDAY 11/9: Uncover the mechanisms behind T cell, B cell, and NK cell exhaustion with the new Immune Exhaustion Panel | REGISTER
Join us to discuss the development of the nCounter immune Exhaustion Panel, review some applications and case studies. Learn how to uncover the mechanisms behind T cell, B cell, and NK cell exhaustion in diverse contexts, including cancer and infectious disease with a 785-gene panel that gets you results in less than 24 hours and is compatible with a broad range of sample types.
THURSDAY 11/12 - ROSALIND®: A New Experience for nCounter Expression Analysis | REGISTER
NanoString has partnered with OnRamp Bioinformatics to integrate our knowledge and expertise into an optimized analysis experience for nCounter with the ROSALIND® Analysis Platform. ROSALIND is cloud-based, runs in a web browser, and provides an intuitive experience that’s designed with life scientists in mind. There is no software to install, and it’s always up-to-date. You don’t have to be an expert in statistics or bioinformatics. You can process nCounter RCC files directly in ROSALIND, or start from a collection of experiments exported from nSolver.
- An intuitive user interface
- Interactive charts and figures
- Integration with 50+ knowledge bases enabling deep exploration of data sets
- Data-sharing with collaborators inside and outside your organization
THURSDAY 11/12: ABRF Workshop: Implementing Spatial Transcriptomics as a Core Service | REGISTER
This year the Association of Biomolecular Resource Facilities (ABRF) is going to look a little different. We are going virtual!
As the study of spatial transcriptomes continues to grow, ABRF is offering a three-part series dedicated to spatial transcriptomics. Join us on November 12, where attendees will hear about NanoString Technologies GeoMx DSP, and receive advice to implement DSP into their cores. In depth information will be presented on considerations for a core setting, tissue preparation, sequencing, and data analysis. During the presentation attendees will have the opportunity to interact with speakers and have their questions answers by a panel of experts across the field.
Jennifer Hart, PhD | Director Technical Sales, NanoString Technologies
Hannah Hoffman | Research Associate at the Koch and Broad Institutes of MIT and Harvard
Join us for Oncology October - a series of weekly webinars focusing on the integration of nCounter and DSP approaches to oncology research. Learn how the field is advancing with the insights gained by bulk analysis combined with spatial resolution.
- Wednesday, October 14 - Dr. Colm Keane, University of Queensland Translational Research Institute - Combining digital gene expression and spatial profiling to understand the TME of DLBCL
- Wednesday, October 21 - Dr. Simon Keam, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre - Using NanoString to describe the immune response to radiation therapy in human prostate cancer tissue
- Wednesday, October 28 - Dr. Sergio Rutella, Nottingham Trent University - Immune correlates of TP53 mutational status in acute myeloid leukemia
- Wednesday, November 4 - Dr. Melanie Spears, Ontario Institute for Cancer Research - A multi-omic approach to examine the impact of breast cancer heterogeneity
Join your colleagues for an impactful lineup of speakers at the NanoString Neuroscience Symposium. Choose from multiple talks that will be aired Monday through Friday, and catch up on the latest neuroscience findings.
Attend at least two webinars, and be entered to win* your choice of two nCounter® neuroscience panels from our Neuropathology, Neuroinflammation, AD, and Glial Profiling Panels. Plus, the speaker with the most attendees also receives two neuroscience panels of his/her choice!
Monday, November 16 - Malu Tansey, PhD, University of Florida - Colitis disrupts inflammatory gene networks in the brain of LRRK2 G2019S mice
Tuesday, November 17 - Adrian L. Oblak, PhD, Indiana University and Mike Sasner, PhD, The Jackson Laboratory - Characterization of novel Alzheimer’s disease mouse models using transcriptomics and spatial proteomics
Wednesday, November 18 - Emma Wilson, PhD, University of California, Riverside - Anatomical analysis of infection in the brain
Thursday, November 19 - Shane Liddelow, PhD, NYU Langone Health - What do reactive astrocytes (really) do? A study of CNS inflammation
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On-Demand: New Releases
Missed one of our events this week? Don't worry, click the links below in order to watch them on demand! Or contact us to request additional information.
Impact of checkpoint blockade on cancer vaccine activated CD8+ T cell responses
Guest Speaker: Juraj Adamik, PhD | WATCH NOW
Watch this on-demand webinar for a look at Dr. Juraj Adamik, PhD's research utilizing targeted mRNA and protein expression analyses in circulating lymphocytes and melanoma tumor samples on the nCounter platform.
Presenters: Juraj Adamik, PhD | Research Scientist, Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy & Sarah Warren, PhD | Director of Advanced Applications Immune Oncology, NanoString Technologies