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PhenoCycler-Fusion Coming to a City Near You

Join us live for the first ever PhenoCycler™-Fusion world tour! Starting on March 10th, 2022, the Akoya team will set out across 13 North American cities starting out on the west coast and making our way east. On March 21st, we’ll begin our European tour across 10 cities beginning in the United Kingdom and concluding in Sweden. We will also be touring several locations across Asia-Pacific regions.

These in-person events will offer attendees the opportunity to experience PhenoCycler-Fusion, a breakthrough solution for comprehensive and unbiased spatial phenotyping. While in attendance, you will learn how we fused the strengths of Akoya’s automated, ultrahigh multiplex cycling platform, PhenoCycler (formerly CODEX®), with the high-speed imaging platform, PhenoImager™ (formerly Phenoptics™), into an end-to-end, integrated workflow boasting a series of newly evolved capabilities for unprecedented speed that will enable you to image multiple biomarkers and millions of cells across whole slides in just minutes.

A few aspects about the road shows that should prove particularly compelling include our virtual and augmented reality stations where attendees will be able to explore the inner workings of our instruments and tinker with some data sets in a virtual environment. Attendees will also have a chance to hear how Akoya’s applications team is pushing the capabilities of PhenoCycler-Fusion into new frontiers.

Depending on where you are in the world and which events you attend, we hope you enjoy the chance to hear from spatial biology experts. During the road shows in North America, some speakers include Dr. Garry Nolan from Stanford University during our first event in California and Dr. Robert Schreiber from the University of Washington, St. Louis when we arrive in Chicago.

During the European roadshows you can hear from Professor John Le Quesne, Professor of Molecular Pathology, Cancer Research UK Beatson Institute at the Edinburgh event, Steve Bagley, Head of Visualisation, Irradiation & Analysis at Cancer Research UK Manchester Institute in Manchester, Professor Paul Murray, Professor of Molecular Pathology, Health Research Institute, University of Limerick and Institute of Immunology and Immunotherapy, University of Birmingham in London, Jessica Zucman-Rossi, Director of the Centre de Recherche des Cordeliers in Paris, and Professor Chris Marine, Senior VIB Group Leader and Director, VIB/ KULeuvenCenter for Cancer Biology when we show up in Amsterdam.

We hope to see you along the way and look forward to the opportunity to reconnect and network over food and drink. See our complete list of dates and cities to find a PhenoCycler-Fusion event near you.

Please note spaces at these ‘in-person’ events may be limited due to COVID safety restrictions. Register early to secure a space

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