Akoya at Neuroscience 2022

November 12 – 14, 2022
San Diego, CA

Akoya at Neuroscience 2022

Meet Akoya Director of Applications Dr. Oliver Braubach and his team at Neuroscience 2022, the Society for Neuroscience (SFN) annual meeting in San Diego this year! They’d love to talk to you about how the new spatial phenotyping solutions for Neuroscience they’ve been working on with researchers from the Stanford University, Bechman Research Institute, and Oregon Health and Science University (OSHU). Here’s where you can find them in the conference center.

If you’d like to hang out with our spatial neuroscience team after hours, meet us at the Rustic Root on Monday night.

In the poster gallery

Sat, Nov 12, 1-5 PM | SDCC Halls B-H
Session: Single Cell Profiling Techniques in Health and Disease

Poster #083.01 | Highly multiplexed single cell spatial biology for neuroscience research, presented in collaboration with Stanford University

Sun, Nov 13, 1-5 PM | SDCC Halls B-H
Session: Gene, Protein, and Cell-Based Techniques

Poster #244.07 | 3D visualization of the spatial organization of synaptic markers using high-resolution, multiplex confocal imaging, presented in collaboration with Stanford University and ZEISS Microscopy

Poster #244.15 | Combining spatial analysis and multispectral imaging for greater insights into the tumor-immune microenvironment in glioblastoma, presented in collaboration with Beckman Research Institute

Mon, Nov 14, 8 AM – 12 PM | SDCC Halls B-H
Session: Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias: Glia

Poster #276.08 | Deep spatial phenotyping of microglia in post-mortem Alzheimer’s Disease brain tissue, presented in collaboration with OHSU

On the Town

Mon, Nov 14, 6:30 – 9:30 PM | Rustic Root Restaurant, San Diego, CA
Neuro Networking Mini Symposium
Join us for an exclusive gathering of scientists and spatial biologists in this special after-hours event, featuring great food, cool drinks, and neuroscience-focused flash talks by:

Oliver Braubach, PhD

Director of Applications,
Akoya Biosciences

Oliver Braubach, PhD, is Director of Applications at Akoya Biosciences. A research scientist with extensive training in neuroscience and cancer biology, Oliver received his PhD in physiology and biophysics from Dalhousie University. He completed postdoctoral appointments at Yale and the Korea Institute of Science and Technology, where he developed optical imaging tools for neuroscience. Prior to joining Akoya, Oliver was a project scientist at Cedars-Sinai, responsible for implementing optical imaging technology for discovery and translational programs.

Laurin Heinrich, PhD

Stanford University

Laurin Heinrich, Ph.D. is a dedicated Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the <a http://www.schuelelab.site/... Lab</a> at Stanford University, who specializes in neuroscience and neurophysiology. Driven by her passion to improve therapeutic strategies for neurodegenerative and neurodevelopmental disorders, she seeks to uncover and understand the mechanisms underlying severe diseases such as Parkinson's.

Bahareh Ajami, PhD

OHSU
Bahareh Ajami, PhD, is Assistant Professor of Molecular Microbiology, Immunology, and Behavioral Neuroscience at the OHSU School of Medicine. The goal of Ajami Lab is to advance our understanding of the function and biology of microglia, the brain’s intrinsic immune cells. Her lab is currently investigating how microglia subsets contribute to different neuropathologies as well as mechanisms that control the functional identity of the different subsets in both mice and humans. They aim to identify dysregulated pathways in myeloid cells that can then be harnessed to treat different diseases of the CNS.

Aniko Karpati, PhD

Abcam

Aniko Karpati is the Commercial Strategy Manager for Neuroscience at Abcam and responsible for the development of Abcam’s neuroscience portfolio and partnership relationships. In her role, she identifies emerging targets and technologies and works closely with other departments to build a highly validated and innovative neuroscience portfolio, spanning multiple product categories. Aniko obtained her PhD in neuroscience at Tohoku University, Japan, where her research focused on glial physiology and neurotransmission.

In the Exhibition Hall

Date: Tue, November 15, 2022
Time: 11:30 AM – Noon
Location: Abcam Booth #2220
Abcam Tech Talk Ultrahigh-plex Spatial Phenotyping for NeuroScience Oliver Braubach, PhD, Director of Applications
Akoya Biosciences

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