Mar 29, 2019 - Apr 03, 2019
Georgia World Congress Center, Building A, Atlanta, Georgia
AACR Annual Meeting 2018

Thank you for joining us at AACR 2019

Fighting cancer is more than your research—it’s your passion to advance science in the pursuit of better outcomes. Every factor in the service of this struggle is precious: from sample, technology, data, and budget, to those who depend on your success. Every day, cancer continues to devastate lives. There’s simply no room for waste or error.

Because the obstacles are great and challenges many, we must work together to become more efficient, move faster, and evolve more quickly than this tenacious disease. We at Thermo Fisher Scientific are committed to being your trusted partner in our mission to increase hope and improve outcomes.

Featured symposium

SYPOL07 - Regulatory Considerations for Utilizing Liquid Biopsies in Drug and Diagnostic Development

US FDA, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, AstraZeneca and Thermo Fisher Scientific discussed efforts to accelerate and validate liquid biopsy assays for future utilization in cancer diagnosis and monitoring.

Scientific posters and talks highlighting our latest developments in cancer research

Application area: Immuno-oncology/TMB

Application area: Genomics

Poster LB-112/7: Unraveling biology and identifying targets with functional genomics approaches using lentiarray crispr libraries

Presenter: C. Revankar
Session: Late-Breaking Research: Experimental and Molecular Therapeutics 1

Application area: Fluorescence microscopy

Poster 2438/3: Rapid fluorescence based assessment of RNA integrity quality using machine learning

Presenter: S. Clarke
Session: Convergence Science for Tumor Biology, Molecular Biology, and Microenvironment

Poster 898/24: Evaluation of cellular senescence through fluorescence characterization

Presenter: S. Clarke
Session: Targeting oxidative stress and senescence

Application area: Gene expression

Poster 5201/2: Using Taqman assays to verify eQTL links arising from GWAS studies

Presenter: S. Jackson
Session: Mechanisms and Consequences of Transcriptional Deregulation

FAS office hours

New to our booth this year, our experts hosted open office hours to talk design considerations for immuno-oncology NGS experiments with attendees.

Booth highlights

Our booth featured solutions for:

  • Cell biology
  • Flow cytometry
  • Real-time PCR (qPCR) and digital PCR (dPCR)
  • Microarrays
  • Sanger sequencing
  • Next-generation sequencing (NGS)
  • Bioinformatics and more…

New in our booth this year: The Challenge Bar Trivia Game

The Challenge Bar tested visitors' cancer research knowledge with a trivia game. Did you top the leaderboard?

New and featured products in the booth