We've updated Seurat to include support for multimodal single cell data and additional differential expression testing frameworks in our v2.1 release.


We're excited to release Seurat v2.0! Learn more, about new methods for dataset visualization, interaction, and integration.


The lab welcomes William Mauck, Paul Hoffman, and Bernadette Bracken - who join from the American Museum of Natural History, University of Minnesota, and NYU.


Check out our recent publications on inhibitory interneurogenesis, multimodal single cell profiling, human DC subsets, cardiophyrangeal fate specification, and rheumatoid arthritis synovial tissue.


Congrats to Lana and Steve, who will start PhD programs and UCSF at Weill Cornell this fall.


Congrats to Andrew, who has been selected as an NSF graduate research fellow, and to Jan, who was awarded a postdoctoral research fellowship from the Belgian American Education Foundation.


Christoph designed our "How many cells" tool, to help think about experimental design.


The lab has been selected for the 2016 NIH New Innovator Award. We’re looking forward to growing and are recruiting postdocs!


Our webinar with Nature and 10X genomics: "Defining the immune system at single cell resolution with Seurat"


Lana Harshman and Jan Slabbaert join the lab! Lana joins us from Evan Eichler's lab at the University of Washington. Jan joins as a postdoc after completing his PhD in Neuroscience at KU Leuven in Patrik Vestreken's lab.


Interested in single cell genomics but need help getting started? Come to my lab's free practical workshop at NYGC: "Single Cell Genomics Day 2016"