AACR Annual Meeting 2017
Writing to you live, from AACR 2017!
I’m here with many of my Roche colleagues, and we’re excited to help you advance the front lines of cancer research.
Every day, we are hosting events to inform you, energize you, and provide you with the tools and
information that you came here for. We recognize that AACR is bursting with exciting science and things to do, but we want to ensure that you don’t miss our events that are relevant to your research.
Here is what we have in store for tomorrow:
Enter to Win $5000 for Cancer Research!
Fill out the ticket in your pre-conference mailer or in the Roche event booklet (available in Booth 1607).
Do you need to isolate precise regions of tissue from slide-mounted samples? Pierre Del Moral and Chad Ritter will explain how the AVENIO Millisect Instrument can cleanly separate your areas of interest from surrounding material.
High-performance, Automated Tissue Extraction, from 2:10 to 2:30 in Booth 1607
Are you interested in using target enrichment to get the most out of your NGS experiments?
Shelley Thompson and David Guffey will describe how SeqCap products can enrich your sequencing data for the targets you care about the most.
Meeting Today’s Cancer Research Challenges with Target Enrichment, from 2:40 to 3:00 in Booth 1607
Do you wish you had a fully-automated, walk-away instrument that could provide you with high-quality RNA or DNA from a wide range of sample types?
Join us as Ana Hasegawa and Jon Cash share how MagNA Pure 24 instrument can provide you with up to 24 samples of high-quality nucleic acids in just over an hour.
Meet the Next Generation of Automated Nucleic Acid Extraction, from 3:10 to 3:30 in Booth 1607
Meet the Roche team
Come and meet the talent behind our products! Members of the Roche scientific team will be at our booth for casual conversation, scientific discussion, and to learn how they can support your cancer research.
3:40 to 4:10 in Booth 1607
Stop by and recharge with a cappuccino or espresso!
While you relax with your coffee, spend time with our scientific team as they guide you through posters covering a broad range of applications in NGS.
Posters and KAPAccinos, 4:40 to 5:00 in Booth 1607
After the exhibit hall closes, we’re headed out to explore! We’ve heard that Washington DC is one of the most beautiful cities in the world at night, and can’t wait to find out for ourselves.
See you tomorrow!