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Multiplex Multiomics: The Future of Spatial Biology in Cancer Research

When reconstructing and analyzing the tumor–immune microenvironment (TIME), exploring the spatial context of the tumor at single-cell resolution can bring new insights into the cell–cell or cell–extracellular matrix interactions.

Mapping the TIME in three dimensions offers researchers the opportunity to probe deeper into spatial cell heterogeneity in tumors and understand the impact of the TIME on cancer growth and evolution.

Join this webinar to discover how to integrate spatial biology and multiomics approaches to reveal the intricate interactions between cancer cells and their environment.

Attend this webinar to:

  • Learn how to gain multidimensional spatial information for disease-based research
  • Discover the impact of detecting molecular and metabolic changes in cancer cells 
  • Understand the utility of mass spectrometry in assessing novel predictive biomarkers in cellular phenotypes
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Professor Jared Burks
Professor/Co-Director, Flow Cytometry & Cellular Imaging Core Facility
M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
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