Join us at SITC 2021

Washington D.C. on November 12 and 13

Booth #4

Visit our booth to learn about spatial biomarker signatures and their impact on Immuno-oncology research

Select which areas you wish to visit where you can learn more about the exciting field of spatial biology and how spatial signatures are changing immuno-oncology research. Complete our passport stamp card to receive a unique scarf with a colorful tissue image!

Dinner Symposium

Leading and Managing Spatial Biomarker Innovations in Immuno-Oncology: Multistakeholder Perspectives

Date & Time: November 11, 2021, 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Location: Marriott Marquis (next to Conference Center)
Independence Ballroom – Level M4

Advances in the field of spatial biomarkers in Immuno-Oncology are accelerating the pathway to precision medicine. An expert panel from Pharma, Academia, and the CRO space will discuss how they are transforming this field through innovation and its impact on the spatial biomarker landscape.

Panelists included in the discussion:

  • Qingyan (Sandy) Au, PhD, Principal Scientist, Director of Multiplexing Operations, NeoGenomics
  • Robert Schreiber, PhD, Andrew M. and Jane M. Bursky Distinguished Professor, Pathology & Immunology, Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis
  • Michael Surace, PhD, Associate Director, AstraZeneca

Dinner will be served beginning at 6:00 pm. SITC Registration is not required to attend.

In-booth Presentations

Friday, November 12
1pm – Visiopharm: Analysis of a Spatial Signature data set
4pm – Expanding into Multiplex Immunofluorescence: Complementing Your Research

Saturday, November 13
10am – AstroPath™: Paving the Path for Spatial Biomarker Discovery
1pm – Visiopharm: Analysis of a Spatial Signature data set

Poster Presentations

Date: Friday, November 12

Highly multiplexed detection of critical immune checkpoints and immune cell subtypes in cancerous FFPE tissues using CODEX (Poster #49)

Authors: Olive Shang; Judi Gordon; Nadya Nikulina; Sejal Mistry; Jasmine Singh; Hailing Zong; Jessica Yuan; Trillium Blackmer; Darren Locke; Oliver Braubach; Julia Kennedy-Darling; Peter Miller

A novel cross-site analysis of Vectra® Polaris™ multiplex fluorescence PD-1/PD-L1 immunohistochemistry on colorectal cancer with high and low microsatellite instability (Poster #51)

Authors: Sara Pollan, phD; Bethany Remeniuk, PhD; Arezoo Hanifi, PhD; Kristin Roman; Bei Hopkins; Natalie Monteiro; Harry Nunns, PhD; Erinn A. Parnell, PhD; Josette William, MD, PhD; Qingyan Au, PhD

Visualizing the immunotherapy-induced spatial reorganization of the tumor-immune microenvironment by CODEX multiplex imaging (Poster #309)

Authors: Ruan FV. MEDRANO, PhD; Fei Han; Bassem Ben Cheikh; Patrick Leinert Jr; Wm. Pat Leinert Sr; Oliver Braubach; Robert D. Schreiber, PhD

Advanced Understanding of the Tumor Microenvironment with Multiplex Analysis: An automated 7-color multiplex assay using Akoya’s Opal Technology (Poster #937)

Authors: Bhavika Patel, PhD; Stephanie Allen; Tania Eliseeva, MS; Najiba Mammadova, PhD; Agnes Haggerty, PhD; Navi Mehra, PhD

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