Single Cell Genomics Day: A (Virtual) Practical Workshop
|When:||Friday March 26, 2021 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM EDT|
|Livestream:||All talks will be openly livestreamed on this website. Registration is not required.|
|10:00 — 10:40 AM (EDT)||Rahul Satija
New York Genome Center (NYGC) and New York University (NYU)|
Summary and References
Single-cell genomics: Recent advances and future directions
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|10:40 — 11:00 AM||Hattie Chung
Jointly profiling nuclear proteins and RNA in single cells in vivo
|11:00 — 11:40 AM||Cole Trapnell
University of Washington|
Studying developmental robustness at whole-embryo scale and single-cell resolution
|11:40 AM — 12:00 noon||Coffee Break|
|12:00 — 12:20 PM||Shila Ghazanfar
Integrating molecule-resolved spatial gene expression and single cell RNA-sequencing data
|12:20 — 12:40 PM||Paul Datlinger
Austrian Academy of Sciences|
Ultra-high throughput single-cell RNA sequencing and perturbation screening by combinatorial fluidic indexing
|12:40 — 1:00 PM||Jaison Jain
New York Genome Center|
Reference-based mapping for single-cell analysis
|1:00 — 1:40 PM||Lunch Break|
|1:40 — 2:00 PM||Sarah Pierce
Stanford University School of Medicine|
Spear-ATAC: Pooled, droplet-based, single-cell chromatin accessibility CRISPR screens.
|2:00 — 2:40 PM||Dana Pe'er
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center|
Trajectories of plasticity in development and cancer
|2:40 — 3:00 PM||Saket Choudhary
Count models for normalization of single-cell RNA-seq data
|3:00 — 3:20 PM||Coffee Break|
|3:20 — 4:00 PM||Fei Chen
Next Generation Tools for Spatial and Temporal Genomics
|4:00 — 4:20 PM||Xin Jin
In vivo Perturb-seq: studying gene function in developing tissues
|4:20 PM — 4:40 PM||Bingjie Zhang
Integrated epigenomic analysis with single-cell CUT&TAG
|4:40 PM — 5:00 PM||Efthymia Papalexi
Analytical strategies for single-cell pooled CRISPR screens
Recent developments in molecular biology, microfluidics, and computational biology have transformed the field of single cell genomics, and have widespread biological applications. However, the breathtaking pace of technology development has given rise to a multitude of molecular protocols, commercial systems, and computational challenges.
The Satija Lab is excited to host the fifth annual Single Cell Genomics Day on Friday, March 26, 2021. This workshop will begin with an overview of exciting developments in the field over the past year, followed by in-depth presentations on exciting methods and techniques. Our goal is to empower you to utilize single cell genomics in your work. The workshop is free and open to beginners and experts alike.
- Learn about cutting-edge molecular technologies including: profiling chromatin state and transcription factor binding in single cells, perform in-vivo CRISPR screens with single-cell readouts, and conducting single-cell sequencing in-situ.
- Discover powerful new computational approaches including: algorithms for trajectory inference and single-cell ‘fate mapping’, tools to ‘map’ query datasets onto curated ‘atlases’, and methods for integrating spatially-resolved gene expression measurements with single-cell RNA-seq datasets.
- Learn about strategies for massively multiplexed experimental design, and new approaches for statistical modeling and comparisons of single-cell datasets between healthy and diseased states.
- Share ideas, troubleshoot experiments, and ask questions.
- Hear presentations from:
- Dana Pe’er Sloan Kettering Institute
- Fei Chen Broad Institute
- Cole Trapnell University of Washington
- Hattie Chung (Regev/Chen Labs) Broad Institute
- Shila Ghazanfar (Marioni Lab) EMBL/EBI
- Xin Jin (Regev/Zhang/Arlotta Labs) Broad Institute
- Sarah Pierce (Greenleaf/Winslow Labs) Stanford University
- Paul Datlinger (Bock Lab) CeMM Vienna
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Single Cell Genomics Day will take place virtually in 2021. We are able to make all talks freely available via livestream thanks to support from the National Human Genome Research Institute to the Center for Integrated Cellular Analysis.
Below, we list a few useful resources for those who would like to a brief introduction to the field prior to the workshop.