For up-to-date information and the livestream, please visit the Single Cell Genomics Day event webpage.
Recent developments in molecular biology, microfluidics, and computational biology have transformed the field of single cell genomics, and have widespread biological applications. However, the breathtaking pace of technology development has given rise to a multitude of molecular protocols, commercial systems, and computational challenges.
The Satija Lab is excited to host the sixth annual Single Cell Genomics Day on Friday, March 4, 2022. This workshop will begin with an overview of exciting developments in the field over the past year, followed by in-depth presentations on exciting methods and techniques. Our goal is to empower you to utilize single cell genomics in your work. The workshop is free and open to beginners and experts alike.
- Learn about cutting-edge molecular technologies including: multimodal profiling of chromatin state in single cells, measuring cellular gene expression and electrophysiology in-situ, and performing combinatorial and genome-wide single cell CRISPR screens.
- Discover powerful new computational approaches including: tools to assemble and map to multimodal reference ‘atlases’, techniques to interpret non-coding genetic variants using single-cell chromatin accessibility data, and methods for integrating spatially-resolved gene expression measurements with single-cell RNA-seq datasets.
- Share ideas, troubleshoot experiments, and ask questions.
- Hear keynote presentations from:
- Sarah Teichmann Wellcome Sanger Institute
- Bing Ren UC San Diego
- Xiao Wang Broad Institute
- Amy Chen (Grenleaf Lab) Stanford University
- Joseph Replogle (Weissman Lab) Whitehead Institute
- Jasper Janssens (Aerts Lab) VIB KU Leuven
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Single Cell Genomics Day will take place virtually in 2022. We are able to make all talks freely available via livestream thanks to support from the National Human Genome Research Institute to the Center for Integrated Cellular Analysis.