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Join us for a glimpse into the future of spatial biology, featuring thought leaders, innovators, and industry experts who will discuss the latest developments in the field and share their insights on how a fusion of technologies, disciplines, and knowledge is redefining spatial phenotyping and biomarker discovery. 
 
A Fusion of Minds
Speakers
 
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Brian McKelligon
CEO, Akoya Biosciences
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Niro Ramachandran, PhD
CBO, Akoya Biosciences
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Garry Nolan, PhD
Professor, Stanford University
School of Medicine
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Padmanee Sharma, MD, PhD
Aaron Mayer, PhD
Professor, MD Anderson Cancer Center 
CSO, Enable Medicine
A Fusion of Topics
Agenda
 
Why Fusion?
Catalyzing the Next Revolution in Spatial Biology with Fusion
Learn about the fusion of core technologies, disciplines, and knowledge that is driving transformative change in the field of spatial biology
Brian McKelligon
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CEO, Akoya Biosciences
A Fusion of Technologies
Introducing Spatial Biology 2.0  
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See how Akoya’s new PhenoCycler™-Fusion system will fuel spatial discovery and translational research with rapid, whole-slide imaging to reveal new insights into tissue architecture and cellular function.
Niro Ramachandran, PhD
CBO, Akoya Biosciences
A Fusion of Disciplines
Discovering the Rules of Cancer via Tissue Schematics
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Explore the frontiers of spatial biology to learn about revolutionary computational approaches for reverse-engineering tissues from high-parameter imaging data to develop predictive models for cancers.
Garry Nolan, PhD
Professor, Stanford University
School of Medicine
A Fusion of Knowledge
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Developing Spatial Phenotypic Signatures to Evaluate Response to Immunotherapies
Learn how spatial biology can uncover the interactions of immune cell subsets in immunotherapy-treated samples, yielding predictive spatial signatures to differentiate responders and non-responders
Padmanee Sharma, MD, PhD
Professor, MD Anderson Cancer Center 
A Fusion of Applications
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Mapping the Future of Biology
Gain insights into the spatial biology approaches for analyzing patient sample and understanding disease, using a unique set of biological mapping tools and a cloud-based bioinformatics pipeline, to  guide researchers, drug developers and physicians toward the goal of better medicine.
Aaron Mayer, PhD
CSO, Enable Medicine
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A Fusion of Teams
Sponsors
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