|Check out some of our recent publications on multimodal integration, pooled genetic screens, single-cell chromatin analysis, and immunometabolism.
|Interested in single cell genomics but need help getting started? Check out our 5th annual Single Cell Genomics Day workshop.
|We’re excited to release Seurat v4.0! Includes support for spatial transcriptomics datasets, alongside new methods for integration, and multimodal analysis.
|Tired of manually clustering and annotating your scRNA-seq datasets? Check out Azimuth, our web-based reference mapping tool.
|Check out some of our 2019 publications on multiplexing, integration, normalization, and cardiopharyngeal fate specification.
|We’re excited to release Seurat v3.1! Includes support for spatial transcriptomics datasets, alongside new methods for integration, and multimodal analysis.
|We are thrilled to participate in the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative’s Essential Open Source Software for Science Program!
|We’re excited to release Signac! Learn more about how to use Signac for analysis, interpretation, and exploration of single-cell chromatin datasets.
|Check out some of our 2018 publications on inhibitory interneurogenesis, multimodal single cell profiling, and human hematopoiesis.
|We’re excited to release Seurat v2.3! Learn more, about new methods for dataset visualization, interaction, integration, differential expression, and multimodal analysis.
|We’re excited to welcome two new postdocs! Tim Stuart joins us from the University of Western Australia, and Harm Wessels joins us from the Max Delbruck Center in Berlin.
|Congrats to Christian, who has started his new position as a group leader at the Max Planck Institute of Neurobiology.
|Christoph designed our “How many cells” and “Cost per cell” tools, to help plan experimental design.
|The lab welcomes William Mauck, Paul Hoffman, and Bernadette Bracken - who join from the American Museum of Natural History, University of Minnesota, and NYU.
|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.
|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”