The Antibody Society’s Communication and Membership Committee has shortlisted 12 images from the Imaging Calendar Competition and is proud to share the amazing work of its members in the form of this stunning 2024 calendar.
Please take a look at the calendar preview below and download your own copy here.
Come see us at Antibody Engineering & Therapeutics, December 2023, in San Diego, if you want a hard copy.
Stay tuned to learn more about the scientist behind the image with one-on-one interviews, which will be released each month.
Scientists behind the image
January: Federica Riccio (King’s College London) “Surrounded”.
February: Sandra Lara (AstraZeneca) “Antibody dependent phagocytosis of 3D tumour spheroids opsonized with Rituximab anti-CD20”.
March: Danielle Fails, (Fortis Life Sciences) “Immune profiling of axillary lymph tissues”.
April: Gabriel Emilio Herrera Oropeza (King’s College London) “Structure of an Unpatterned Cerebral Organoid”.
May: Irene Rosa (University of Florence) “Double immunofluorescence staining of human tongue, with DAPI nuclear counterstain”.
June: Isabel Uwagboe (King’s College London) ”RAGE” against the machine”.
July: Nathaniel Lam (GSK) “Vascularised tumour-on-chip model”.
August: Lorna Stewart (Fusion Antibodies) “Expression bottlenecks and antibody localisation in stably transfected CHO cells with a GFP marker”.
September: Jessica Anania (University of Southampton) “Cytoskeletal structures following FcR stimulation”.
October: Peng Zhao (AstraZeneca) “Enhanced anti-angiogenetic effect of transferrin receptor-mediated delivery of VEGF-trap in a glioblastoma mouse model”
November: Virginia Metrangolo (University of Copenhagen) “Lightening up cancer cells with antibodies”.
December: Josefa Chuh (Genentech) “Preclinical optimization of Ly6E-targeted ADCs for increased durability and efficacy of anti-tumor response”.