The CB UTechS and the HR training organised “Single-cell gene expression and beyond” webinar on the 11-12th of June, 2020. Two afternoons of webinars covering cutting-edge technologies for single-cell omics, microfluidics and the state-of-the-art for single-cell RNA transcriptomic data analysis.
The video recording of the presentations is available on the following link.
For more information on the single-cell resources at Pasteur Institut please visit ou single-cell portal.
Thursday, June 11th
14:00-14:35 Introduction to single cell analysis (Milena Hasan, CB UTechS, Pasteur Institute)
14:35-15:10 Single cell gene expression – overview (Valentina Libri, CB UTechS, Pasteur Institute)
15:10-15:45 Microfluidics solutions for single cell analysis (Charles Baroud, Physical Microfluidics and Bioengineering Unit, Pasteur Institute)
15:45-16:20 Single cell RNA-sequencing, a powerful approach to depict novel developmental and pathological process, Michel Puceat (Physiopathology of cardiac development Department, Marseille Medical Genetics)
Friday, June 12th
14:00-14:35 Linking multiple phenotypes to sequence data with the Lightning single cell analysis system by Berkeley Lights, John Kudolo, Berkeley Lights
14:35-15:25 Single cell data analysis – introduction (Sebastien Mella, CB UTechS,Pasteur Institute)
15:25-16:00 Single cell data analysis – next steps (Sebastien Mella, CB UTechS, Pasteur Institute)
16:00-16:35 Computational identification and characterization of rare cells from single-cell RNA seq (Antonio Rausell, Clinical Bioinformatics, Imagine Institute)