Our latest webinar series: Single Cell Biology ONLINE will bring you granular insights from the most complex, heterogeneous tissues and show you how to delineate cells of interest that may be causative in disease onset and progression.
Over the next three webinars, analysis approaches into rare cell types and populations will be covered, and examples of how to identify cellular changes in some of the world’s most complex diseases – with a special focus on Alzheimer’s, liver diseases, cancer and autoimmune diseases.
Register now to join live and have extended Q&A with the speakers.
The webinar series outline is below. Please note, that by registering for the first webinar in the series you will automatically gain access to all subsequent webinars.
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Tuesday 11th July at 3pm BST/ 4pm CET/ 10am EST
Sponsored by 10x Genomics
With a plethora of cell types in complex tissues, understanding the intricacies of tissue architecture and the presence of rare cell types or sub-populations can provide useful insights into how these cells contribute to the functioning of the biological system.
In this webinar, we will explore how single-cell approaches can provide useful insights into how rare cells or subpopulations are contributing to the function, or disfunction of tissues, and what this means for future research.
- Propeller: testing for differences in cell type proportions in single cell data
- Belinda Phipson, Lab Head, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research
- Unravel biological complexity with single cell solutions
- Angela Churchill, Product Marketing Manager, Single Cell Applications, 10x Genomics
- Intersecting Single-Cell and GWAS studies in Atherosclerosis
- Michal Mokry, Associate Professor, UMC Utrecht
Tuesday 18th July at 3pm BST/ 4pm CET/ 10am EST
In this webinar, we will cover approaches from both the technological side of single-cell analysis and the advances in bioinformatics that can deconvolute complicated data. It will highlight the strengths of single-cell technologies and how this is paving the way for novel insights into biology.
- Integration of bulk and single-cell RNA sequencing data from cerebral organoids in autism and Alzheimer’s Disease
- Elaine Lim, Assistant Professor, University of Massachusetts Medical School
- Single-cell sequencing of Alzheimer’s disease brain samples reveals glial genes expression changes
- Lilach Soreq, Alzheimer’s Society Research Fellow, University College London
- Spatial Epigenome-Transcriptome Co-Profiling of Mammalian Tissues
- Yanxiang Deng, Assistant Professor, University of Pennsylvania
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Webinar 3: Discovering drivers of disease using single-cell approaches
Tuesday 25th July at 3pm BST/ 4pm CET/ 10am EST
There are many diseases where a single cell can make all the difference. In this webinar, hear about insights gained on drivers of disease or evolution of resistance using single-cell analysis.
- Insights Into Autoimmune Disease Pathogenesis Using Single-Cell Computational Omics
- Fan Zhang, Assistant Professor, University of Colorado School of Medicine
- Multi-Omics Approaches to examine the cellular ecosystem of Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis
- Sonya MacParland, Associate Professor, University of Toronto
- Utilizing Single-Cell Sequencing Platforms to Explore The Initiation and Progression of GI & Liver Cancers
- Jian Wu, Youth Associate Professor, Fudan University
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