ASHI/BANFF 2019

Sep 23 - 27, 2019 | Pittsburgh, PA USA
David L. Lawrence Convention Center

 

Sep 26

9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

MMDx Section:
10:00 AM – 10:45 AM

Rooms 301 - 303, Level 3

Banff Symposium II:
Biomarker Guided Strategies in TX
Diagnostic Value, Prognostic Value Context of Use

MMDX When, Who and Why Should I Order It?

Don't miss the MMDx™ presentation at ASHI/BANFF. Dr. Philip Halloran will discuss new developments and opportunities of the advanced biopsy service, including an exploration of how the objective data provided, can be applied for personalized transplant care.

 

MODERATOR:

Maarten Naesens, MD, PhD

KU Leuven • Leuven, BELGIUM

 

FEATURED SPEAKER:

Philip Halloran, MD, PhD

University of Alberta • Edmunton, AB, CANADA

 

Missed a previous MMDx event?

View recorded our events.

Innovations in Rejection Surveillance after Heart Transplant
Innovations in Rejection Surveillance after Heart Transplant

2020 Apr 07

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Shedding Light on the Heart Transplant Biopsy: Use of Intragraft mRNA Transcripts
Shedding Light on the Heart Transplant Biopsy: Use of Intragraft mRNA Transcripts

2020 Sep 09

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Phenotypic diversity of rejection and allograft dysfunction lesson from the Molecular Microscope (MMDx)
Phenotypic diversity of rejection and allograft dysfunction lesson from the Molecular Microscope (MMDx)

2017 Sep 26

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Innovations in Rejection Surveillance after Heart Transplant
Innovations in Rejection Surveillance after Heart Transplant

2020 Apr 07

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Sep 26

Booth 301
11:00 - 11:15 AM

 

Booth 301: Hall A, Level 2

Assessing Rejection and Injury in the Organ through mRNA Expression

Dr. Philip Halloran, MD, PhD, with the University of Alberta in Edmonton will give a brief presentation.

Sep 23 - 27

Booth 301

Booth 301: Hall A, Level 2

Have questions regarding the application and availability of MMDx?

Suzanne Hill, Director of Sales for Post-Transplant Diagnostics at Thermo Fisher Scientific, will be available at the booth for questions.

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