december, 2019

09dec12:00 pm1:00 pmResearch Connection Live LunchDisease Deconstruction by Single Cell Genomics 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Event Type :RC LIVE Lunches

Event Details

Disease Deconstruction by Single Cell Genomics

Single cell genomics is a power technology that is rapidly changing the way we understand biology and disease pathophysiology. By examining transcriptional states at a single-cell level, this approach provides novel insights into cellular and molecular heterogeneity in complex diseases. The BWH Single Cell Genomics Core, supported by the Brigham Research Institute, aims to provide cutting-edge single cell technologies for our research community. Since its inception in 2018, the core has successfully implemented in our pipeline simultaneous epitope and transcriptome measurements in single cells (CITE-seq), multiplexed scRNAseq (Cell Hashing), immune repertoire and single nucleus RNAseq (sNuc-seq). By working with BWH investigators, the core serves as a platform that bridges the gap in application of single cell technologies and analysis of high-dimensional data. Kevin Wei, MD,PhD will be in attendance to speak about the Single Cell Genomics Core.

 

Direction to Carrie Hall (15 Francis Street): Carrie Hall is located at 15 Francis Street. Upon entering at 15 Francis Street, you will notice a Guard Desk and a hallway on your left and right. Go right, down the hallway until you come to a conference room which is Carrie Hall.

Time

(Monday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Location

Carrie Hall Conference Room

15 Francis Street Boston, MA

Organizer

Brigham Research Institutebwhbri@partners.org

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