Join us at the Society for Immunotherapy of Cancer (SITC) Annual Meeting 2018


Visit us at booth #208 and #523 to learn about the latest advances in multiplexed tissue analysis from discovery to the clinic.

Dinner Symposium

Please join us for an evening of scientific discussion and dinner with cocktails.

Dr. David Rimm will describe his latest work with the Phenoptics™ platform for in situ multiplexed diagnostic testing. Thereafter, Dr. Julia-Kennedy Darling will discuss the CODEX™ solution–a novel benchtop platform for highly multiplexed tissue imaging that enables single-cell spatial analysis of the tumor microenvironment. Developed in the lab of Dr. Garry Nolan at Stanford University, Akoya Biosciences has an exclusive license to commercialize CODEX technology.

Title: Innovations in high parameter spatial analysis to study the tumor microenvironment

Time, Day & Date: 7 to 8:30 pm, Thursday, November 8, 2018

Venue: Room 201, Level 2, Walter E Washington Convention Center, Washington D.C.


Measuring and Multiplexing for In Situ Diagnostic Tests

David Rimm, MD, PhD, Professor of Pathology, Yale University School of Medicine

CODEX: Highly Multiplexed Tissue Profiling for Single Cell Spatial Analysis

Julia Kennedy-Darling, PhD, Director of R&D, Akoya Biosciences

Introductions: Brian McKelligon and Terry Lo,  Akoya Biosciences, Inc.


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Benefits of the CODEX System

  • End-to-end solution that includes the fluidics platform, assay reagents, and bioinformatics
  • Benchtop footprint
  • Integrates with existing fluorescence microscopes
  • Spatial information for the entire tissue sample in one run
  • Preserves the sample for downstream Region of Interest (ROI) analysis and H&E staining
  • FFPE-compatible
  • Up to 40 biomarkers