Visualize biology with Imaging Mass Cytometry for highly multiplexed tissue imaging
Take your imaging to the next level
Join a growing community in Imaging Mass Cytometry™ and visualize a new path forward for your immuno-oncology and other translational and clinical research.
Come to our workshop at the World Molecular Imaging Congress
|Join us on Friday, September 14, from 8:00 to 9:30 am in Room 612 for the workshop “Computational pathology for tissue segmentation using Imaging Mass Cytometry™ data”.|
|This presentation from Trevor McKee, PhD, Image Analysis Core Manager for the STTARR Innovation Centre at University Health Network in Toronto, will be prefaced with a short introduction to Imaging Mass Cytometry as an immuno-oncology solution for tissue imaging by Mina Lakshman, PhD, Director of Product Management at Fluidigm. A light breakfast will be offered.|
Come by our booth
Come see how the Hyperion™ Imaging System is powering the future of digital pathology.
Visit Fluidigm at Booth 516
Exhibit Dates and Hours
Wednesday, September 12: 5:30–8:00 pm
Thursday and Friday, September 13 and 14: 10:00 am–5:00 pm
Saturday, September 15: Until 1:30 pm
Visit a poster presentation
Come visit our poster #LBAP 060 Highly multiplexed immunohistochemistry by Imaging Mass Cytometry on tissue sections
|Session||Poster Session 2: Late Breaking Abstract Posters (LBAP)|
|Date/Time||Thursday, September 13 15:00-16:00|
|Location||Exhibit Hall 4AB|
Learn more about Imaging Mass Cytometry™ and the Hyperion™ Imaging System.
Come visit us at Booth 516 and learn how you can generate highly multiplexed images in a single tissue scan, and how this new imaging technology will change how you assess the immune response in health and disease in FFPE tissues.
Hyperion Imaging System
Image up to 37 protein markers in spatial context using Imaging Mass Cytometry.
Take an interactive tour
In this interactive demo you can learn how the Hyperion Imaging System can be used to generate and view data from a highly multiplexed experiment. This tour is a web-based tool that uses a portion of an experimental lung cancer dataset to help show the basic data visualization concepts enabled with MCD™ Viewer software. Check it out for yourself or stop by the booth to take a tour.
Learn more before the meeting
Three things you can do to help prepare your questions and learn more about Imaging Mass Cytometry in advance of WMIC:
- In 1 minute download the brochure
- In 10 minutes read the interview
- In 30 minutes watch a seminar by the inventor
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.