SCOG Virtual Events
Virtual Lecture Series
‘Recent Advances in Single Cell Omics’: Biweekly presentations about current single cell research, on Fridays at 9.30 am (CEST)
Please register in order to receive information on how to join the webinar. If you would like to give a talk, please apply by completing the form on our website.
‘Single Cell Genomics meets Data Science’: Sep 12-13, Munich.
‘Recent Advances in Single Cell Epigenomics 2022’: Nov 16-18, Überherrn/Saarlouis. The places for the meeting and the hackathon are limited. Please complete the registration application. Notification of acceptance will be announced after the application deadline
Using multiomic profiling of #SingleCell data we integrated and analysed ~180k cells from first trimester human yolk sac (YS)
Our investigations recovered cells from the contents, membrane & vitelline duct [see vid below]
Here’s what we learnt [1/9]👇🏾 https://t.co/dkkL9FLRmS
Single cell genomics is revolutionizing biology and medicine, combining the advantages of bulk sequencing techniques and microscopic analysis of single cells.
Rapid technological advances now allow the profiling of genomes, transcriptomes and epigenomes at an unprecedented level of resolution. To harness the full potential of these developments new computational methods specifically tailored towards the analysis of single cell omics data are essential. Integrating efforts in all research areas involved will enhance the translation of single cell sequencing techniques to the clinic. The network Single Cell Omics Germany (SCOG) brings together national researchers using and developing single cell technologies to generate insights into biological systems. Its mission is to provide a collaborative platform for the exchange of both computational and experimental methods and expertise, thereby strengthening single cell research in Germany. Connecting the German single cell community with relevant international initiatives (such as HCA and IHEC), the network will help to address biomedical questions and foster translational research.
Partners and Members
Fabian Theis (founding member, coordinator)
Nikolaus Rajewsky (founding member)
Jörn Walter (founding member)
Angelika Eggert, Charité, Berlin
Christine Falk, MHH, Hannover
Eileen Furlong, EMBL, Heidelberg
Nikolaus Rajewsky, BIMSB/MDC, Berlin
Joachim Schultze, DZNE, Bonn
Fabian Theis, HMGU, Munich
Maria Elena Torres-Padilla, HMGU, Munich
Barbara Treutlein, MPI, Leipzig / ETH, Zürich
Jörn Walter, USAAR, Saarbrücken
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