Personalis at Companion Diagnostics Forum 2020Jennifer Havlek2020-10-21T08:35:31-08:00
Personalis at Companion Diagnostics Forum: October 27-28, 2020
Wednesday, OCT 28 | 10:00 AM EST
Presentation Title: Enabling the Expansive Interrogation of a Tumor & Its Microenvironment from a Single Sample for Translational Research and Precision Medicine Presenters: Christelle Johnson, PhD and Dawn McHugh
While immune checkpoint blockade has shown a lot of promise, it’s increasingly apparent that predicting response to existing immunotherapies and developing new ones require a more comprehensive approach to tumor immunogenomic profiling.
The traditional means of generating information relating to multiple biomarkers involve the use of several assay technologies from various sources which is not only impractical given the often-limited quantity of tumorsamples, but also due to complications associated with the integration and interpretation of disparate reporting formats, the process can be complex and prohibitively costly.
In this presentation, we will highlight ImmunoID NeXT™, Personalis’ solution to these barriers, and a universal cancer immunogenomics platform that consolidates multiple biomarker assays into one, providing a multidimensional view of the tumor and its microenvironment, from a single sample.
We will also talk about our diagnostic initiatives (NeXT Dx™) which supports patient management, and biomarker-driven clinical trials, as well as NeXT CDx™, a comprehensive companion diagnostic platform.
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