1. A Scientific Seminar: Unifying Workflows: From Sample to Data

    When: Wednesday, July 13, 2022

    What time: 11:00 AM CT – 1:00 PM CT

    Where: 1103, KCBD

    Single-cell analysis is a powerful technique to characterize complex tissue types, identify rare cell populations, uncover regulatory relationships between genes, and track cell trajectories. From sample handling to cell dissociation, there are a number of technical considerations that influence cell viability and data quality of single-cell genomics, single-cell epigenomics, and single-cell gene expression experiments.

    Join us for this seminar, which covers critical sample prep decisions and technical considerations for single-cell assay design and optimization.


    • 11:00am – 11:45am: General Sample Preparation Overview and Core Introductions
    • 11:45am – 12:30pm: Breakout sessions 1-3
    • 12:30pm – 1:00pm: Social and Group lunch

    Breakout Sessions: Attendees split into 3 cohorts and will visit each Breakout session
    • Organoids/Pathology (Le Shen and Chris Weber-Core)
    • FACS (David Leclerc-Core and Miltenyi)
    • Single Cell (Ha-Na Shim, Fatih Abasiyanik, Pieter Faber-Cores, and 10x Genomics)

    Please register or register via the flyer


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