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WMIC 2019

September 4–7, 2019 | Palais des congres de Montreal, Montreal, Canada


Visualize pathology with Imaging Mass Cytometry

Take your imaging to the next level

  • No autofluorescence in FFPE tissues.
  • Get all the information at once with 135 channels and 37 metal tags.
  • Quantify subcellular localization, tissue heterogeneity, cell relationships and phenotypes.

See how changing your view can change everything.


Join us for a workshop to learn more about ultrahigh-multiplex imaging of the cancer immune microenvironment.

When:    Friday, September 6 

   7:00–8:00 am 

Where:   Room 518bc 

Presenter: Noel de Miranda, PhD, Principal Investigator, Leiden University Medical Center

With an introduction by Andrew Quong, PhD, Chief Science Officer, Fluidigm


A 40-marker panel for ultrahigh-dimensional characterization of the cancer immune microenvironment by Imaging Mass Cytometry

Imaging Mass Cytometry™ (IMC™) has enabled highly multiplexed immunohistochemistry of frozen and formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded (FFPE) tissues using proven CyTOF® technology. Following a short introduction by Andrew Quong, Fluidigm CSO, Noel de Miranda will report on the development and simultaneous imaging of a 40-marker panel using IMC for the study of cancer microenvironments. Noel will show that this 40-marker panel is an excellent immune monitoring tool that can be readily applied in the context of research and clinical trials.

Breakfast will be provided. Seating is limited. 


Be sure to attend this other informative IMC presentation. 

Wednesday, September 4, from 9:00 to 10:30 am in room 520a

Trevor McKee, PhD, STTARR Innovation Centre, University Health Network

Interrogating biology at multiple scales: Correlation of MxIF and Imaging Mass Cytometry with radiologic imaging (presented during the Image Data Science—Multi-Scale Quantitative Imaging in Precision Medicine Workshop) 


Check out this poster related to IMC in Exhibit Hall 517. 

Development and validation of an Imaging Mass Cytometry and multiplex immunofluorescence biologically-guided cellular segmentation strategy, by Trevor McKee, PhD, STTARR Innovation Centre, University Health Network

Poster presentation: Wednesday, September 4, from 6:00 to 7:00 pm 

Stop by our booth

Come see how the Hyperion™ Imaging System is powering the future of digital pathology.

Visit us at Booth 401.

Exhibit Dates and Hours

Thursday, September 5, through Saturday, September 7


9:00 am–5:00 pm

Featured Products

Come visit our booth and learn how you can deeply profile tumors and the tumor immune response from every angle.

Hyperion Imaging System

Image up to 37 protein markers in spatial context using Imaging Mass Cytometry.

Hyperion System


Take an interactive tour

In this interactive demo you can see 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 12 markers from an experimental lung cancer dataset of 20 markers 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.

Hyperion Imaging System interactive demo


Learn before the meeting

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

  1. In 1 minute: Download the brochure.
  2. In 5 minutes: Read an article that discusses the use of IMC in immuno-oncology.
  3. In 30 minutes: Watch the webinar.




For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.