AMP Annual Meeting 2015
Visit Thermo Fisher Scientific in booth #1301 to see innovations to advance your clinical research
Genetic information is rapidly transforming the future of healthcare by enabling the development of accurate and affordable diagnosis and prognosis, targeted treatments, and monitoring solutions in the future.
Enabling personalized care and improving life is what drives all of us to strive for breakthroughs in the lab today that will translate into clinical applications tomorrow.
Our solutions on display at the AMP Annual Meeting 2015 enable clinical research advancements in:
- Next-generation sequencing (NGS) of solid tumor samples
- Liquid biopsy clinical research
- Infectious disease
- Laser capture microdissection (LCM)
The Pursuit of a Lifetime. Enabling the future of precision medicine with genomic analysis.
Thursday, November 5, 2015—7:30 p.m.
Westin Austin Downtown, Continental Ballroom
Learn more about the work of leaders in the field of genomics and their efforts towards advances in precision medicine.
Scientists using our applications and products will present several posters covering a range of genetic analysis topics including estimating copy number alterations in cancer research samples, and an EGFR alteration profile from 781 non-small cell lung cancer research samples.
Join us on November 4 for three new workshops on next-generation sequencing for clinical research. Researchers from leading clinical laboratories will discuss workflows and present data showing targeted detection of specific genes and mutations using limited solid and liquid tumor research samples, as well as infectious disease samples.
Visit us in booth #1301
We’d like to see you in Austin, Texas. Stop by our booth—#1301—to see the featured products, to use the Oncomine™ interactive oncology station, and to chat about what’s new in clinical research.
Featured products on display:
Oncomine™ Focus Assay enables concurrent analysis of 52 solid tumor genes to deliver single nucleotide variants, indels, copy number variants, and gene fusions from FFPE tumor samples results in a single workflow.
The Ion S5™ and Ion S5™ XL Systems enable a simple targeted sequencing workflow for your lab with industry-leading speed and affordability.
The Ion Torrent™ LiquidBiopsy™ Workflow enables NGS analysis of cfDNA and CTC DNA from a single blood research sample.
The Applied Biosystems™ ArcturusXT™ LCM System is a unique microdissection instrument that offers the power of two lasers—combining laser capture and laser cutting into one modular platform.
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.