The RNA Revolution - User Symposium
San Diego, CA, USA
May 22, 2017
The Alexandria at Torrey Pines


We are pleased to invite you to join our 3rd RNAscope® User Symposium in San Diego. The aim of this event is to promote and facilitate scientific discussions and exchanges among existing and future RNAscope® users from various institutions who want single-molecule, single-cell detection of target expression in tissue.


This user symposium will feature presentations by scientists who have successfully applied RNAscope® technology in their research. Our invited speakers will show how this next generation RNA ISH enables and accelerates their research in the fields of cancer, gene therapy and neuroscience. They will present their scientific challenges and results, and will describe how they set up RNAscope® and BaseScope™ assays and established them as a core assay in their labs.


A technical presentation will close the session, addressing questions regarding how to produce quality results, optimize workflow and sample preparation as well as providing tips and tricks to perform RNAscope® assay successfully in your lab.  

Join us for this event and learn how RNAscope® technology, published in more than 700 publications and used in 2 clinical trials, can provide a unique perspective in target expression analysis and help in overcome your scientific challenges.


May 22, 2017 - 11:30 am to 3:00 pm

The Alexandria at Torrey Pines

10996 Torreyana Rd, San Diego, CA 92121

Speakers and Presentations

  • Beyond just quantity, precise address matters: A case for the UMOD
    Sunday S. Oladipupo, Ph.D
    Biotechnology Lead Generation Scientist, 
    From one of the top 15 pharmaceutical companies

  • bacTRAP and RNAscope: The perfect duo for novel target ID and validation
    Jordi Serrats, Ph.D
    Associate Director CNS Biology, Takeda Pharmaceuticals U.S.A., Inc.

  • The Current State-of-the-Art Tissue Expression Analysis Platform for detection and quantification of target and biomarker mRNAs, splice variants and mutations in preclinical and clinical tissues
    Chris Bunker, Ph.D
    Vice President of Business Development, Advanced Cell Diagnostics, Inc.
  • Tips for Getting Quality Data with RNAscope Assay
    Jacqueline Akech, Ph.D
    Senior Scientist & Technical Support Manager, Advanced Cell Diagnostics, Inc.
  • Advance your Research with Pharma Assay Services
    Joan Schein, Ph.D
    Pre-sales Specialist, Pharma Assay Services, Advanced Cell Diagnostics, Inc.


For more information, please contact:
Rashmi Rajendra