Rapid advances in single cell genomics provides powerful new ways to dissect different layers of genomic information, giving new views of cellular identity and function at a single cell level. This is enabling exciting new opportunities to dissect developmental and disease trajectories, cellular heterogeneity within complex tissues, cellular responses to environmental and genetic variation, and disease states. Many of these technologies are still in flux, with very sparse data and rapidly evolving protocols, which provide many new opportunities but also challenges to develop, optimize and standardise these approaches.
The aim of the center is to foster interactions and exchange of expertise (both experimental and computational), promote collaborations between groups at different sites, increase the visibility of groups using single cell sequencing approaches at the national and international level.
- Wed. 25 Nov 2020 (from 14h30 on): 11th SCC Meeting (virtual)
- Thu. 26 Nov 2020: Special SCC Meeting Single Cell Regulatory Networks in Development and Disease with international leaders in Single Cell Genomics (registration details & program coming soon)