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Revolutionizing Early Cancer Detection

Advancing Cancer Research with Tools for Liquid Biopsy

Wednesday, July 10, 2024 — 1:00 p.m. ET

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Revolutionizing Early Cancer Detection

Advancing Cancer Research with Tools for Liquid Biopsy

Millions lose the fight against cancer each year, but many cancers can be cured if detected and treated early. Traditional tissue biopsies, while informative, are invasive and offer limited snapshots.

Liquid biopsies offer a minimally invasive option to complement traditional biopsies, enabling the discovery of highly specific and sensitive biomarkers that can be used for monitoring tumor progression.

This free webinar, sponsored by ThermoFisher Scientific and hosted by Dark Daily, will explore the key methods for biomarker enrichment during the sample preparation process, which is a crucial step in the overall liquid biopsy-based workflow.

Don't miss this opportunity to learn how liquid biopsies are revolutionizing cancer care. 

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Key Learnings

  • Highly specific and sensitive biomarkers for accurate cancer detection and monitoring
  • The critical role of biomarker enrichment in the liquid biopsy workflow
  • Innovative solutions for efficient isolation of circulating tumor cells (CTCs), extracellular vesicles, and circulating tumor DNA (ctDNA)

Who Should Attend

  • Researchers and clinical professionals focused on oncology
  • Clinicians looking for make better treatment decisions
  • Clinical laboratory directors and cancer management teams
  • Anyone seeking a deeper understanding of liquid biopsy technology

About the Expert

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Laure Jobert, PhD, Staff Scientist, Thermo Fisher Scientific

Laure Jobert has worked at Thermo Fisher Scientific for 9 years as a Staff Scientist in Norway. She has a PhD degree in molecular and cellular biology from the Louis Pasteur University in Strasbourg, France. Laure has studied the role of ribonucleoprotein complexes in the regulation of gene expression (IGBMC, Illkirch, France) and the connection between DNA repair and rRNA quality control (University of Oslo, Norway). She is currently part of the research team developing magnetic bead-based applications for cells, vesicles, proteins and nucleic acid analysis, covering the end-to-end workflow: from sample preparation to readout.

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