February 23, 2023 at 1 pm ET/ 10:00 am PT
Single-cell technologies looking at the genome, epigenome, proteome, transcriptome, and metabolome have transformed the information that can now be gleaned from the cellular and molecular landscape. They are the ideal tools for gaining insight into the cell diversity and biological heterogeneity.
This webinar brings together a group of post-doctoral fellows from labs that are actively involved in using single-cell analysis for their work. These early career scientists are keen to talk about the recent single-cell innovations and are willing to share best practices and technical know-how gained from many carefully designed and successfully executed experiments.
The webinar’s expert panel includes scientists from Perelman School of Medicine, Univ. of Pennsylvania, Yale University School of Medicine and Baylor College of Medicine, who will present the following
- Optimization of sample prep and experimental design for single-cell analysis
- Working with challenging sample types—primary cells, organoids, autopsy samples
- Strategies for planning and multiplexing for a complex experiment
- Integration of single cell sequencing data with spatial transcriptomics
- Common challenges and how to troubleshoot
- Case studies describing how single-cell analysis can be used for diverse applications
Registration is required for attendance. Registration is free; you can do so by clicking this link.
All participants can request a certificate of attendance as well as participate in the live Q&A that will take place after the presentation.
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