Improving Precision Oncology Using Multiplexed Bioimages and Artificial Intelligence

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Multiplex bioimaging of human biopsy sample with 35 markers at a time. Distinct tissue architectures reveal the difference between health and disease in an immune tonsil organ. In this example, spatial distributions of different cell types and tissue structure were visualized by different colors: B-cells (CD20), Extracellular matrix (Collagen), T-cells (CD3), Cytotoxic protein (Granzyme-B), Cell proliferation (Ki67).

Ahmet Coskun (pictured in center), assistant professor in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering, standing with his laboratory team.

Ahmet Coskun, assistant professor in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Tech and Emory University and the director of Single Cell Biotechnology Laboratory.

Improving Precision Oncology Using Multiplexed Bioimages and Artificial Intelligence