Imaging Mass Cytometry Seminars and Webinars

Hear how researchers are using Imaging Mass Cytometry

Investigating cellular interrelationships in spatial context helps researchers illuminate changes that may correlate with disease progression and therapeutic response.

Watch these new and past presentations, seminars and webinars to learn how researchers are using the Hyperion™ Imaging System for tissue microenvironment characterization, biomarker discovery and more.

New Webinars (2020-2021)

Uncovering the cellular architecture of breast cancer pathology in large clinical cohorts

Hartland Jackson, PhD

Investigator, Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute


Understanding the biological complexity of tissues with integrated imaging and analysis

Stephanie Ling, PhD

Associate Principal Scientist at AstraZeneca


Highly multiplexed 2-dimensional Imaging Mass Cytometry of HBV-infected liver

Kyong-Mi Chang, MD
Professor of Medicine (GI)
University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine


Smooth muscle cell fate in cardiovascular disease

Pei-Yu Chen, PhD

Research Scientist
Yale School of Medicine


Unlocking the power of mass cytometry for immune oncology studies

Hartland Jackson, PhD

Investigator, Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute, Sinai Health,
Associate Scientist, Ontario Institute for Cancer Research

Cynthia Guidos, PhD

Senior Scientist, Program in Developmental & Stem Cell Biology, Hospital for Sick Children Research Institute
Professor, Department of Immunology, University of Toronto


Understanding the immunosuppressive functions of cancer-associated fibroblasts (CAFs) in lung cancer

Handan Xiang, PhD

Senior Scientist
Merck Research Laboratories
Mass Cytometry Virtual Summit—September 2020


Defining the Spatial Localization of Human Innate Immune Cell Precursors in Tissue by Imaging Mass Cytometry™

Emily Mace, PhD

Assistant Professor of Pediatric Immunology
Columbia University Irving Medical Center
CYTO® 2020 presentation, August 2020


Deep Immunophenotyping of Cancer Microenvironments by Imaging Mass Cytometry

Noel de Miranda, PhD
Principal Investigator
Leiden University Medical Center
Fluidigm Oncology and Infectious Disease Virtual Summit, July 2020


Comprehensive Landscape of the Tumor Microenvironment Analyzed with CyTOF® Technology

Hiroyoshi Nishikawa, MD, PhD
Division Chief of Cancer Immunology, National Cancer Center Japan
Professor of Immunology, Nagoya University Graduate School of Medicine
Fluidigm Oncology and Infectious Disease Virtual Summit, July 2020


Mapping Dynamic Immunity Across Time, Space and Disease Using High‐Dimensional Cytometry Technologies and Analytics

Tom Ashhurst

Tom Ashhurst, PhD
High‐Dimensional Cytometry Specialist
Sydney Cytometry Facility
Wiley webinar event, May 2020


Past Webinars

Multiplex Imaging of Immune Cells in the Multiple Sclerosis Brain

Salma Sheikh‐Mohamed

Salma Sheikh‐Mohamed, MSc

Graduate Student Researcher
University of Toronto


Imagining the Unimaginable with Imaging Mass Cytometry

Frits Koning

Frits Koning, PhD
Department of Immunohematology and Blood Transfusion
Leiden University Medical Center


Using IMC to Better Understand Mechanisms of MS Disease Progression

Jen Gommeran

Jen Gommerman, PhD
Professor and Associate Chair, Graduate Studies
Department of Immunology
University of Toronto


Understanding the Immune Composition and Therapeutic Vulnerabilities of Human Lung Cancer Using Imaging Mass Cytometry

Kurt Schalper

Kurt Schalper, MD, PhD  
Assistant Professor of Pathology
Director, Translational Immuno-Oncology Laboratory
Yale Cancer Center


Uncovering Cellular Social Networks: Analysis of Tissue Ecosystems in Health and Disease by Imaging Mass Cytometry

Bernd Bodenmiller

Bernd Bodenmiller, PhD
Assistant Professor, Institute of Molecular Life Sciences
University of Zurich


Advancing Translational and Clinical Research: Imaging Mass Cytometry to Characterize the Tumor Immune Microenvironment

Akil Merchant

Akil Merchant, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Keck School of Medicine
University of Southern California


For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.