Free Webinar | Resolving the Complexity of Tissue Immune Response with Orion High-Dimensional Imaging
September 15, 11:00 am – 12:00 pm EDT
High-dimensional imaging allows identification of immune cell sub-types for investigation of cell number, density, proximity, and activation state. The breakthrough Orion platform generates same-day whole-slide images with sub-cellular imaging resolution in a single stain, single scan workflow with customizable staining panels. This webinar will describe the application of 17-plex immuno-oncology fluorescence panel and H & E images on the same tissue sections for investigation of the complexity of immune response in normal and malignant tissues.
Eric Kaldjian, MD
Eric earned his MD and trained in pathology at the University of Michigan. He was a research fellow at the National Cancer Institute and is certified by the American Board of Pathology. Before RareCyte he was the Medical Director of Companion Diagnostics at Ventana Medical Systems/Roche Tissue Diagnostics. Eric’s pharmaceutical experience has included discovery research, toxicology, and exploratory and late phase clinical development at Hoffmann-La Roche and Parke-Davis/Pfizer. He was a director of clinical genomics at Gene Logic and Chief Scientific Officer at Transgenomic. He has degree in chemistry from Harvard and studied music at Trinity College, Cambridge, England.