International Spatial Biology Congress | The Hague | July 11-12

The International Spatial Biology Congress returns to The Netherlands, and brings together over 20 presentations and interactive discussions to dive deeper into the latest spatial technologies and research.

Location: The Hague, The Netherlands

Date: 11 Jul 2024 to 12 Jul 2024

Highlights:  poster competition, 7 hours of networking time and 30+ presentations

The 3rd International Spatial Biology Congress: Europe is confirmed to be held on 11-12 July 2024 in The Hague, The Netherlands.

In this rapidly developing field, spatial biology provides significant potential for creating novel clinical insights. Recent technological advancements in spatial biology have provided insights into new strategies to prevent and treat disease, particularly the interactions between the tumour and the tumour microenvironment in cancers to target patients to more specific treatments. New spatial research has focused more on the analysis of the transcriptome, epigenome, and metabolomics as well as gene and protein expression to discover how these influence cellular and molecular distributions and interactions.

With a single track over two days, featuring more than 30 presentations, you will discover the latest developments in spatial omics and techniques, bioinformatics, and spatial biology data analysis, as well as the application of spatial biology to disease and drug development. There will also be a dynamic exhibition room filled with providers showcasing their spatial technologies with ample networking opportunities, an interactive panel discussion, roundtables, and a poster competition.

Last Year’s Meeting Took Place in Rotterdam

  • 399
    monthly
  • Academic NFP

  • Multibuy Discounts available

    Buy 3 places pay:266.00
    Buy 5 places pay:239.40

  • Register & Book Here
  • 799
    monthly
  • Pharma/Biotech

  • Multibuy Discounts available

    Buy 3 places pay:532.67
    Buy 5 places pay:479.40

  • Register & Book Here
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