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Advancing Science: A Spatial Biology Conference

September 15, 2020

Start Time –11:00 am ET

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N. America (ET)

 

10:00 am (ET)

DOORS OPEN

10:30 am (ET)

Exhibits Hall/Poster Viewing/Networking/Software Demonstrations

11:00 am (ET)

PLENARY SESSION  

Spatial Analysis of Immune Micro-Environments In Cancer and COVID-19

Peter Sorger, PhD

Otto Krayer Professor of Systems Biology at Harvard Medical School, Head of the Harvard Program in Therapeutic Sciences (HiTS) and Director of its Laboratory of Systems Pharmacology Harvard Medical School

 

BREAK (5 min) 

11:45 am (ET)

COVID-19 RESEARCH 

Transcriptomics of SARS-CoV2 Induced Lung Injury: A Spatial Transcriptomics Approach

Z. Gordon Jiang, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

COVID-19 Respiratory Distress Syndrome: Dissecting the Root Cause of Its Severity

Robert Schwartz, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Weill Cornell Medicine and Alain Borczuk, MD, Professor, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Weill Cornell Medicine

Spatial Insights Of Lung Pathology in COVID-19 Autopsies

Åsa Segerstolpe, PhD, Research Scientist, Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard

Temporal and Spatial Heterogeneity of Host Response to SARS-CoV-2 Pulmonary Infection

David Ting, MD, Associate Clinical Director for Innovation, MGH Cancer Center Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School

Panel Roundtable

 

BREAK (15 min)

1:30 pm (ET)

SPATIAL GENOMICS RESEARCH 

Mechanisms of Alport Syndrome Pathogenesis

Laura Perin, PhD, Investigator, Research Urology, Assistant Professor of Research Surgery, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, The Saban Research Institute and Sargis Sedrakyan, PhD, Investigator, Research Urology Assistant Professor of Research Surgery, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, The Saban Research Institute

Cellular Elements and Spatially-Organized Immune Hubs in Colorectal Cancer

Karin Pelka, PhD, Post-Doctoral Fellow, Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard and Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH)

Spatial Evolution of Epithelial-Mesenchymal Program of Head and Neck Cancer

Muh-Hwa Yang, MD, PhD, Investigator, Urology Research

Assistant Professor, National Yang Ming University

 

BREAK (15 min)

3:00 pm (ET)

SPATIAL GENOMICS DATA ANALYSIS 

Shotgun Transcriptome and Spatial Profiling of SARS-CoV-2

Christopher E. Mason, PhD, Associate Professor; Director, WorldQuant Initiative for Quantitative Prediction, Weill Cornell Medicine

Spatial Characterization of The Tumor-Immune Microenvironment Through Therapy in Breast Cancer

Christina Curtis, PhD, Associate Professor, Medicine - Oncology

Associate Professor, Genetics, Stanford University

Whole Transcriptome in Situ Cell Atlas Reveals The Cellular Composition of The Developing Human Brain

Omer Bayraktar, PhD, Appointed Cellular Genetics Group Leader, Wellcome Sanger Institute and Alexander Aivazidis, PhD, student, Wellcome Sanger Institute

Spatial Transcriptomics and Single-Cell Integration for In-Depth Localized Tissue Interrogation

Ioannis Vlachos, PhD, Assistant Professor of Pathology, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

 

Panel Roundtable

4:30 pm (ET)

Exhibits Hall/Poster Viewing/Networking/Software Demonstrations

 

SEP 15 - 16 2020

Advancing Science: A Spatial Biology Conference

Spatial technologies are enabling new discoveries that advance our understanding of a range of biology, including viral host immune response and the tumor immune microenvironment. This virtual conference brings together research professionals, scientists, and clinicians from around the world to learn about and discuss recent discoveries in spatial biology.

 

Scientific tracks include:

  • COVID-19 Research.
  • Spatial Genomics Research.
  • Spatial Genomics Data Analysis.

 

This free online event allows you to participate at the most convenient time for your location:

Europe: 9:00 AM-3:30 PM British Summer Time / 10:00 AM-4:30 PM Central European Time. September 15.

Americas: 11:00 AM-5:30 PM Eastern Time. September 15.

Asia Pacific: 11:00 AM- 5:30 PM Beijing Standard Time. September 16.


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Advancing Science: A Spatial Biology Conference

September 15, 2020

Start Time – 9:00 am BST / 10:00 am CET

*Presented in English

Time

 

British Standard Time (BST)

Central European Time (CET)

8:00 am (BST)

9:00 am (CET)

DOORS OPEN

8:30 am (BST)

9:30 am (CET)

Exhibits Hall/Poster Viewing/Networking/Software Demonstrations

9:00 am (BST)

10:00 am (CET)

PLENARY SESSION 

Spatial Analysis of Immune Micro-Environments In Cancer and COVID-19

Peter Sorger, PhD

Otto Krayer Professor of Systems Biology at Harvard Medical School, Head of the Harvard Program in Therapeutic Sciences (HiTS) and Director of its Laboratory of Systems Pharmacology Harvard Medical School

 

BREAK (5 min)

9:45 am (BST)

10:45 am (CET)

 

COVID-19 RESEARCH 

Transcriptomics of SARS-CoV2 Induced Lung Injury: A Spatial Transcriptomics Approach

Z. Gordon Jiang, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

COVID-19 Respiratory Distress Syndrome: Dissecting the Root Cause of Its Severity

Robert Schwartz, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Weill Cornell Medicine and Alain Borczuk, MD, Professor, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Weill Cornell Medicine

Spatial Insights Of Lung Pathology in COVID-19 Autopsies

Åsa Segerstolpe, PhD, Research Scientist, Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard

Temporal and Spatial Heterogeneity of Host Response to SARS-CoV-2 Pulmonary Infection

David Ting, MD, Associate Clinical Director for Innovation, MGH Cancer Center Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School

Panel Roundtable

 

BREAK (15 min)

11:30 am (BST)

12:30 pm (CET)

SPATIAL GENOMICS RESEARCH 

Mechanisms of Alport Syndrome Pathogenesis

Laura Perin, PhD, Investigator, Research Urology, Assistant Professor of Research Surgery, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, The Saban Research Institute and Sargis Sedrakyan, PhD, Investigator, Research Urology Assistant Professor of Research Surgery, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, The Saban Research Institute

Cellular Elements and Spatially-Organized Immune Hubs in Colorectal Cancer

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Spatial Evolution of Epithelial-Mesenchymal Program of Head and Neck Cancer

Muh-Hwa Yang, MD, PhD, Investigator, Urology Research

Assistant Professor, National Yang Ming University

 

BREAK (15 min)

1:00 pm (BST)

2:00 pm (CET)

SPATIAL GENOMICS DATA ANALYSIS 

Shotgun Transcriptome and Spatial Profiling of SARS-CoV-2

Christopher E. Mason, PhD, Associate Professor; Director, WorldQuant Initiative for Quantitative Prediction, Weill Cornell Medicine

Spatial Characterization of The Tumor-Immune Microenvironment Through Therapy in Breast Cancer

Christina Curtis, PhD, Associate Professor, Medicine - Oncology

Associate Professor, Genetics, Stanford University

Whole Transcriptome in Situ Cell Atlas Reveals The Cellular Composition of The Developing Human Brain

Omer Bayraktar, PhD, Appointed Cellular Genetics Group Leader, Wellcome Sanger Institute and Alexander Aivazidis, PhD, student, Wellcome Sanger Institute

Spatial Transcriptomics and Single-Cell Integration for In-Depth Localized Tissue Interrogation

Ioannis Vlachos, PhD, Assistant Professor of Pathology, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Panel Roundtable

2:30 pm (BST)

3:30 pm (CET)

Exhibits Hall/Poster Viewing/Networking/Software Demonstrations

 

APAC Agenda

 

Advancing Science: A Spatial Biology Conference

September 16, 2020

Start Time – Asia-Pacific: 10:30 am (Beijing Standard Time)

*Presented in English

Time

(Beijing Standard Time)

 

10:00 am

DOORS OPEN

10:30 am

Exhibits Hall/Poster Viewing/Networking/Software Demonstrations

11:00 am

PLENARY SESSION 

Spatial Analysis of Immune Micro-Environments In Cancer and COVID-19

Peter Sorger, PhD

Otto Krayer Professor of Systems Biology at Harvard Medical School, Head of the Harvard Program in Therapeutic Sciences (HiTS) and Director of its Laboratory of Systems Pharmacology Harvard Medical School

BREAK (5 min)

11:45 am

COVID-19 RESEARCH 

Transcriptomics of SARS-CoV2 Induced Lung Injury: A Spatial Transcriptomics Approach

Z. Gordon Jiang, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

COVID-19 Respiratory Distress Syndrome: Dissecting the Root Cause of Its Severity

Robert Schwartz, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Weill Cornell Medicine and Alain Borczuk, MD, Professor, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Weill Cornell Medicine

Spatial Insights Of Lung Pathology in COVID-19 Autopsies

Åsa Segerstolpe, PhD, Research Scientist, Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard

Temporal and Spatial Heterogeneity of Host Response to SARS-CoV-2 Pulmonary Infection

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Panel Roundtable

BREAK (15 min)

1:30 pm

SPATIAL GENOMICS RESEARCH 

Mechanisms of Alport Syndrome Pathogenesis

Laura Perin, PhD, Investigator, Research Urology, Assistant Professor of Research Surgery, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, The Saban Research Institute Sargis Sedrakyan, PhD, Investigator, Research Urology Assistant Professor of Research Surgery, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, The Saban Research Institute

Cellular Elements and Spatially-Organized Immune Hubs in Colorectal Cancer

Karin Pelka, PhD, Post-Doctoral Fellow, Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard and Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH)

Spatial Evolution of Epithelial-Mesenchymal Program of Head and Neck Cancer

Muh-Hwa Yang, MD, PhD, Investigator, Urology Research

Assistant Professor, National Yang Ming University

 

BREAK (15 min)

3:00 pm

SPATIAL GENOMICS DATA ANALYSIS 

Shotgun Transcriptome and Spatial Profiling of SARS-CoV-2

Christopher E. Mason, PhD, Associate Professor; Director, WorldQuant Initiative for Quantitative Prediction, Weill Cornell Medicine

Spatial Characterization of The Tumor-Immune Microenvironment Through Therapy in Breast Cancer

Christina Curtis, PhD, Associate Professor, Medicine - Oncology

Associate Professor, Genetics, Stanford University

Whole Transcriptome in Situ Cell Atlas Reveals The Cellular Composition of The Developing Human Brain

Omer Bayraktar, PhD, Appointed Cellular Genetics Group Leader, Wellcome Sanger Institute and Alexander Aivazidis, PhD, student, Wellcome Sanger Institute

Spatial Transcriptomics and Single-Cell Integration for In-Depth Localized Tissue Interrogation

Ioannis Vlachos, PhD, Assistant Professor of Pathology, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Panel Roundtable

4:30 pm

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Speakers

  • Plenary: Peter Sorger, PhD
    Otto Krayer Professor of Systems Biology, Harvard Medical School
  • Alexander Aivazidis, PhD
    Student, Wellcome Sanger Institute
  • Omer Bayraktar, PhD
    Appointed Cellular Genetics Group Leader, Wellcome Sanger Institute
  • Alain Borczuk, MD
    Professor, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Weill Cornell Medicine
  • Christina Curtis, PhD
    Associate Professor, Medicine - Oncology, Associate Professor, Genetics, Stanford University
  • Z. Gordon Jiang, MD, PhD
    Assistant Professor of Medicine, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
  • Christopher E. Mason, PhD
    Associate Professor; Director, WorldQuant Initiative for Quantitative Prediction, Weill Cornell Medicine
    Biography

      Dr. Christopher Mason is an Associate Professor of Genomics, Physiology, and Biophysics at Weill Cornell Medicine and the Director of the WorldQuant Initiative for Quantitative Prediction, as well as an affiliate of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC), Rockefeller University, Harvard Medical School, and Yale Law School. The Mason laboratory develops and deploys new biochemical and computational methods in functional genomics to elucidate the genetic basis of human disease and physiology. We create and deploy novel techniques in next-generation sequencing and algorithms for: tumor evolution, genome evolution, DNA and RNA modifications, and genome/epigenome engineering. We also work closely with NIST/FDA to build international standards for these methods (SEQC2, IMMSA, and Epigenomics QC groups), to ensure clinical-quality genome measurements and editing. We also work with NASA to build integrated molecular portraits of genomes, epigenomes, transcriptomes, and metagenomes for astronauts, which help establish the molecular foundations and genetic defenses for enabling long-term human spaceflight. He has won the NIH's Transformative R01 Award, the NASA Group Achievement Award, the Pershing Square Sohn Cancer Research Alliance Young Investigator award, the Hirschl-Weill-Caulier Career Scientist Award, the Vallee Scholar Award, the CDC Honor Award for Standardization of Clinical Testing, and the WorldQuant Foundation Scholar Award. He was named as one of the "Brilliant Ten" Scientists by Popular Science, featured as a TEDMED speaker, and called "The Genius of Genetics" by 92Y. He has >200 peer-reviewed papers and scholarly works that have been featured on the covers of Nature, Science, Cell, Nature Biotechnology, Nature Microbiology, and Neuron, as well as legal briefs cited by the U.S. District Court and U.S. Supreme Court. Coverage of his work has also appeared on the covers of the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, TIME, The LA Times, and across many media (ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, CNN, PBS, NASA, NatGeo). He is an inventor on four patents, co-founded five biotechnology start-up companies, and serves as an advisor to many others.

    • Muh-Hwa Yang, MD, PhD
      Professor, Institute of Clinical Medicine, National Yang Ming University
    • Karin Pelka, PhD
      Postdoctoral fellow at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard and Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH)
      Biography

        Dr. Karin Pelka is a research fellow of the German Research Foundation and currently performing her postdoctoral training with Dr. Nir Hacohen at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard. By combining systems biology approaches with mechanistic studies, she aims to understand the general principles that shape the immunological states of human colorectal cancer. Karin was selected as member of the 2019 BroadIgnite cohort, a program supporting early career scientists working on high-risk, high-reward projects, is the recipient of the first Stand Up To Cancer Peggy Prescott Early Career Scientist Award in Colorectal Cancer Research and a Stand Up To Cancer Phillip A. Sharp Innovation in Collaboration Award. Karin was a scholar of the German National Academic Foundation and received her PhD in 2016 from the University of Bonn where she trained with Dr. Eicke Latz at the Institute of Innate Immunity.

      • Laura Perin, PhD
        Investigator, Research Urology Assistant Professor of Research Surgery, Childrens Hospital Los Angeles, The Saban Research Institute
      • Robert E. Schwartz, PhD
        Assistant Professor of Medicine, Weill Medical College of Cornell University
        Biography

          Dr. Robert Schwartz is an Assistant Professor of Medicine and of the Department of Physiology, and Biophysics, and Systems Biology at Weill Cornell Medicine. He completed his Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Minnesota. His thesis work was on the derivation of stem cell derived hepatocytes and in vitro liver model systems. He completed his insternship and residency in Internal Medicine at Washington University in St. Louis/Barnes Jewish Hospital. His fellowship in Gastroenterology and Hepatology with a focus on hepatology was completed at the Brigham and Women's Hospital. He did a postdoc at MIT and his research continued to focus on the development of stem cell derived hepatocytes as a model system to study human liver disease and for clinical therapy. In his own lab at Weill Cornell Medical College he has continued to focus his work on the clinical translation and research applications of stem cell derived hepatocytes and primary human hepatocytes. In recognition of his work, he was an University of Minnesota Doctoral Dissertation Fellow, an AGA Research Scholar, a UEG Rising Scholar, a Bohmfalk Clinical Scholar, and an Irma Hirsch Trust Scholar. He has >50 peer-reviewed papers and scholarly works that have been featured in Nature, Cell, Nature Chemical Biology, Cell Stem Cell, Journal for Clinical Investigation, and Gastroenterology. He is an inventor on three patents.

        • Sargis Sedrakyan, PhD
          Investigator, Research Urology Assistant Professor of Research Surgery, Childrens Hospital Los Angeles, The Saban Research Institute
        • Åsa Segerstolpe, PhD
          Research Scientist, Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard
        • David T. Ting, MD
          Associate Clinical Director for Innovation, MGH Cancer Center Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School
        • Ioannis Vlachos, PhD
          Assistant Professor, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
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