In-Depth

The In-Depth page consists of Insight Articles, Commentaries, C-level Q&As, Discussion Group Reports, and Survey Reports.

Insight Article
From maximising immune response with combination biomarkers to conducting diagnostic innovation in immunotherapy prognosis, the future of predictive biomarkers is fast approaching. We speak to senior representatives from industry and academia to find out more.
By Tia Byer |
16 May 2022
Biomarkers for Drug Discovery & Development
Insight Article
Key opinion leaders from GlaxoSmithKline and Weill Cornell Medicine discuss future perspectives on neuro-organoids.
By Tia Byer |
29 April 2022
Biomarkers for Clinical Development
Discussion Group Report
Jordi Clarimon, Lead Specialist in Fluid Biomarkers at Lundbeck, leads a discussion on ‘Fluid Biomarkers for Neurodegenerative Diseases.
By Tia Byer |
26 April 2022
Biomarkers for Clinical Development
Commentary
In this Commentary article, we investigate the applications of human stem cell modelling for identifying the ways in which neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's affect the brain.
By Ben Norris |
08 April 2022
Diagnostics
Commentary
This Commentary article explores the applications of pathway mining for the identification of disease targets associated with breast cancer, where there is an unmet need for treatment. The mission is to identify the best proliferation marker for guiding the choice of systemic treatments for breast cancer.
By Ben Norris |
31 March 2022
Digital Biomarkers & Digital Pathology
Discussion Group Report
Oxford Global’s Discussion Groups provide a focused networking opportunity for a handful of like-minded experts on a monthly basis. Our March Discussion Group addressing ‘Translational Biomarkers to Guide Clinical Development of CAR T-Cells’ was a tremendous success. The discussion brought together an exclusive panel of key opinion leaders to address the key factors behind the market’s growth, its priorities, future outlook, and challenges.
By Tia Byer |
31 March 2022
Biomarkers for Clinical Development
Insight Article
Data management for diagnostic devices is fast becoming a vital concern of the biomarkers industry. With the increased prevalence of ML and AI, this article interviews key opinion leaders from Nottingham Trent University, Apis Assay Technologies, and UCB about the future perspectives of diagnostic innovation and regulation.
By Tia Byer |
30 March 2022
Diagnostics
Commentary
Looking at how Ultivue uses spatial imaging to observe biomarkers
10 March 2022
Biomarker Technologies
Discussion Group Report
Oxford Global’s Discussion Groups provide a focused networking opportunity for a handful of like-minded experts on a monthly basis. Our February Discussion Group, focusing on ‘Using Biomarkers For Clinical Development & Regulatory Approval,’ was a tremendous success. The discussion brought together an exclusive panel of key opinion leaders to address the key factors behind the market’s growth, its priorities, future outlook, and challenges.
By Tia Byer |
28 February 2022
Biomarkers for Clinical Development
Insight Article
How can the industry transform itself with improved biomarkers for clinical development? And what hurdles stand in the way? We sat down with senior representatives from Galapagos, Ohio State University, and Genentech to find out more.
By Tia Byer |
25 February 2022
Biomarkers for Clinical Development
Commentary
Melanie Anderson, Principal Scientist at MSD, on how the pandemic has made scientists rethink clinical trials.
By Tom Cohen |
21 February 2022
Biomarkers for Clinical Development
Discussion Group Report
Oxford Global’s Discussion Groups provide a focused networking opportunity for a select group of like-minded experts on a monthly basis. Our first Biomarkers Discussion Group addressing ‘Implementing Flow Cytometry Assays In Biomarker Research’ was a tremendous success. The discussion brought together an exclusive panel of key opinion leaders to address the key factors behind the market’s growth, its priorities, future outlook, and challenges.
By Tia Byer |
31 January 2022
Biomarker Technologies
Commentary
This commentary article looks at the latest applications in digital and wearable biomarkers, with industry and academic insights from GlaxoSmithKline, Roche, and University College London.
By Tia Byer |
26 January 2022
Digital Biomarkers & Digital Pathology
Commentary
Dr Derek Hill, Professor of Digital Health at University College London, on making the most of digital biomarkers and achieving clinical endpoints.
By Tom Cohen |
19 January 2022
Digital Biomarkers & Digital Pathology
Insight Article
How do we implement the next generation of precision medicines and therapies to optimise patient experience? We sat down with senior representatives from Novartis, Merus, Labcorp, and Simcere Pharmaceuticals to discover the latest industry insights.
By Tia Byer |
09 December 2021
Genomic Markers & Precision Medicine
Commentary
Liquid biopsy has the potential to become a transformative cancer management and therapeutic strategy within the next 5 to 10 years. However, its capability across all cancer stages largely depends upon assay sensitivity. In this commentary piece, the University of Edinburgh’s Tim Aitman takes us through a novel approach set to pioneer the landscape of liquid biopsy.
By Tia Byer |
01 December 2021
Biomarker Technologies
Insight Article
With an increasing need for large data analysis and validation, this Insight article takes an in-depth look at some of the recent advances in automation technologies affecting the flow cytometry field.
By Tia Byer |
08 November 2021
Biomarker Technologies
Commentary
How can the biomarkers industry best implement multi-parameter flow cytometry in clinical drug development? Vilma Decman of GlaxoSmithKline takes us through the advantages of using spectral flow cytometry, the importance of viability dyes, and high-parameter panel design.
By Tia Byer |
04 November 2021
Biomarker Technologies
Insight Article
Qing Kang-Fortner, Ph.D., Senior Scientist, Translational Medicine, Syros Pharmaceuticals, Inc
08 October 2019
Genomic Markers & Precision Medicine
Insight Article
Steve Anderson, Senior Vice President, Chief Scientific Officer, Covance
21 February 2019
Diagnostics
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