Product News: Fluidigm to Host a Meet-the-Expert Session at AACR 2018

Take an interactive tour of the Hyperion Imaging System and meet experts in imaging mass cytometry at the Fluidigm booth 3420

29 Mar 2018


Empowering the immune system to recognize and eliminate tumors has tremendous potential to change the way cancer is treated and eventually cured. Fluidigm enables comprehensive cellular profiling of the immune system and the tumor microenvironment with proven mass cytometry and microfluidics technologies.

Whether you seek to target new biomarkers and pathways or to optimize the effectiveness of checkpoint inhibitors, CAR T cells or cancer vaccines, Fluidigm can help you gain new insights to reach your next research breakthrough.

Visit Fluidigm at AACR 2018 at Booth 3420 to learn how you can deeply profile tumors and the tumor immune response from every angle.

Featured products:

  • Hyperion™ Imaging System - Visualize 4 to 37 protein markers in the spatial context of the tissue microenvironment using Imaging Mass Cytometry™.
  • Helios™, a CyTOF® system - Deeply profile immune cell subpopulations and identify signatures of checkpoint response using mass cytometry.
  • Juno™ - Achieve significant cost savings and reduced hands-on time with automated NGS library prep.
  • Join us for these activities at our booth:
    • Interactive tour - Take an interactive tour of the Hyperion Imaging System and learn more about Imaging Mass Cytometry.
    • Meet the experts at AACR 2018 - Visit with an expert in imaging mass cytometry or mass cytometry applications in the Fluidigm booth #3420. Come by during a scheduled hour to ask your questions and network with a technology expert.

                                                                                                                              Meet the Experts Schedule 

Day 

Time 

Expert 

Institution 

Application  

System  

Sunday, April 15th  

2:00 – 3:00 pm  

David Rimm, PhD 

Yale School of Medicine 

Imaging Mass Cytometry  

Hyperion™ Imaging System  

Monday, April 16th 

2:00 – 3:00 pm  

Carsten Krieg, PhD 

Medical University of South Carolina 

Mass cytometry 

Helios™, a CyTOF® system