Location & Details
The field of single-cell genomics has progressed rapidly over the last 10 years and has changed the way we ask and answer biological questions. The ability to interrogate individual cells is revealing gene expression dynamics and cellular heterogeneity otherwise masked in bulk analysis. With the profiling of millions of cells in parallel, varied challenges arise in the experimental setup, the ability to limit errors and biases, and the analysis of the vast quantities of data.
This symposium aims to bring together U of M investigators interested in single-cell methods to discuss key approaches in data analysis and interpretation and the latest developments in single-cell technologies. It will feature in-depth presentations from U of M experts in immunology and the biology of aging, as well as an open panel discussion to talk about single-cell challenges, techniques, and best practices in this evolving field.
This event is co-organized by the U of M Genomics Center and the Minnesota Supercomputing Institute.
The schedule and agenda can be found on the U of M Genomics Center website.