Standard BioTools at AACR 2023: Advancing the Frontiers of Cancer Science and Medicine
The American Association for Cancer Research will be holding its annual meeting from April 14–19.
We are proud to serve a large and growing community of researchers who are making breakthroughs in translational and clinical cancer research. We appreciate your trust in Standard BioTools™ to help capture critical immune data from sample collection to novel insights with confidence ― so you don’t miss the unexpected … or even what you expect to find.
Visit Booth 1224 to discuss how you can improve your productivity and get reliable results faster. Plus, come see what we’ve got in store!
- April 14–19
- Booth 1224
- Orange County Convention Center,
Learn and network
We are thrilled to invite you to an exciting event to socialize and network with leaders in the cancer research community.
Connect with colleagues and potential collaborators who are using high-parameter flow cytometry and Imaging Mass Cytometry™ to shape the future of clinical immunotherapies. Hear about new tools and techniques that can make a difference in how you identify cellular dynamics and spatial features.
Advancing Multiplex Spatial Analysis to New Limits
→ Speaker: Hartland Jackson, PhD
Investigator, Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute
→ Date and time: Monday, April 17
7:00 pm | Cocktails and networking
8:00 pm | Dinner
→ Venue: The Hampton Social*
9101 International Drive, Orlando, FL 32819
* Space is limited. Please RSVP to secure your spot.
Featured in over 2,000 publications and 200 clinical trials, CyTOF® technology provides reproducible and standardized workflows, simple and easy-to-modify panel design and precise measurement of all markers. This high level of data quality empowers immune profiling for any phase of clinical research.
Integrated into a broad range of applications, microfluidics technology accelerates genomic analysis by enabling 9,216 reactions in a single run, requiring less time, less sample and less reagent than conventional protocols. Now you can perform real-time PCR applications and NGS library prep on a single system.