European Molecular Imaging Meeting 2019

March 19–22, 2019 | Scottish Event Campus, Glasgow, UK

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European Molecular Imaging Meeting 2019

March 19–22, 2019

Scottish Event Campus, Glasgow, UK

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The European Society for Molecular Imaging (ESMI) is an interdisciplinary organization of imaging scientists in Europe, including those in preclinical, translational and clinical areas of imaging research. The European Molecular Imaging Meeting (EMIM) is their annual conference, drawing over 650 attendees from Europe and abroad.

Visualize Pathology

Take your imaging to the next level with the Hyperion™ Imaging System, which enables you to perform subcellular analysis of up to 37 protein markers simultaneously from FFPE tissues, frozen sections or cell smears.

The Hyperion Imaging System makes it possible to deeply interrogate tissues and tumors at subcellular resolution while preserving the information in tissue architecture and cellular morphology, ideal for characterization of the tissue microenvironment across a breadth of disease research areas.

Join our symposium at the European Molecular Imaging Meeting in Glasgow, UK

When: Thursday, March 21
Time: 9:15–10:00 am
Venue: Scottish Event Campus
Room: Dochart, Level 1
Roberto Spada

Roberto Spada
Market Development Specialist, Mass Cytometry
Fluidigm

An introduction to the Fluidigm system

Stephanie Ling

Stephanie Ling
Senior Research Scientist
AstraZeneca

Multimodal mass spec imaging (MSI) and IMC to monitor drug delivery and the shifting immune landscape in response to IO combination therapy

Featuring the Hyperion Imaging System

Hyperion Imaging System

Comprehensively interrogate complex cellular phenotypes and their interrelationships in the context of the tumor microenvironment with Imaging Mass Cytometry™ (IMC™).

Hyperion Imaging System

Learn more before the meeting

Three things you can do to help prepare your questions and learn more about Mass Cytometry in advance of this meeting:

  1. In 1 minute download the brochure.
  2. In 10 minutes read the interview.
  3. In 30 minutes watch a seminar by the inventor.

For more information, visit the European Molecular Imaging Meeting website.



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