AACR | 2024 | San Diego Convention Center | April 5-10 | Booth 1631

AACR 2024

Inspiring science | Fueling progress | Revolutionizing care

Standard BioTools™ will be in San Diego, CA, from April 5–10 for the American Association for Cancer Research’s Annual Meeting. The AACR Annual Meeting is the focal point of the cancer research community at which scientists, clinicians, healthcare professionals, survivors, patients and advocates gather to share the latest advances in cancer science and medicine and highlight the work of the best minds in cancer research from institutions all over the world.

We are thrilled to provide tools and services to help support advances in immuno-oncology research. Leading researchers around the world apply our technologies to advance biomarker discovery and development, enable improved profiling of chimeric antigen receptor cell products and identify gene expression signatures from immune and cancer cells, all in an effort to better understand how the immune system responds to cancer and potential immunotherapy treatments.

Visit Booth 1631 to learn more about how our tools and technologies are designed to meet the rigorous demands of translational and clinical research programs and explore our latest cutting-edge product innovations.

Visit Booth 3718 to meet the Standard BioTools SomaLogic division. SomaLogic is a leader in high-plex proteomics, providing sensitivity, specificity, reproducibility and scale, using aptamer technology, to advance biomarker discovery in a variety of therapeutic research areas and drug development with the SomaScan® Assay.

  • April 5–10
  • Booth 1631
  • San Diego, CA

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We are excited to be hosting an Exhibitor Spotlight Theater, A New View of Spatial Biology. Come hear experts speak about novel applications using rapid multiplexed tissue imaging to navigate treatments for individual cancer patients and introducing a high-throughput whole slide modality to completely profile the tumor landscape.




  • Monday, April 8
  • 12:30–1:30 pm 


  • Spotlight Theater D – Sails Pavilion


Hartland Jackson

Hartland Jackson, PhD
Investigator, Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute
Associate Scientist, Ontario Institute for Cancer Research

Jana Fischer

Jana Fischer, PhD
Co-Founder and CEO

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 Biomark™ X9 System

The Biomark™ X9 System for High-Throughput Genomics is the only genomics system on the market that can perform both real-time PCR and next-generation sequencing library preparation to support discovery through screening. This versatile microfluidics-based benchtop platform delivers thousands of nanoliter-scale reactions in a single run, providing a sensitive and cost-effective toolset for enabling tumor immunobiology profiling and new biomarker identification.

Learn more the Biomark X9™ System

Learn more about immuno-oncology with microfluidics


Imaging Mass Cytometry™

Hyperion XTi™ Imaging System

The Hyperion XTi™ Imaging System provides the fastest and most reliable workflow for high-plex imaging, enabling throughput and precision that is uniquely designed for translational and clinical researchers. IMC™ allows you to accurately visualize and quantify cells to reveal mechanisms of action that impact disease progression and therapeutic outcomes and investigate the spatial biology of the complex tumor microenvironment to advance immuno-oncology studies.

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Learn more about immuno-oncology with IMC


CyTOF® flow cytometry


CyTOF XT™ provides reproducible and standardized workflows, simple and easy-to-modify panel design and precise measurement of all markers. Featured in over 2,000 publications and 200 clinical trials, CyTOF technology empowers investigators to interrogate more than 50 markers simultaneously on millions of individual cells, unveiling new cell types, functions and biomarkers in immunology, cancer and more.

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Learn more about immuno-oncology with CyTOF flow cytometry

Unless explicitly and expressly stated otherwise, all products are provided for Research Use Only, not for use in diagnostic procedures. Find more information here.