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Bioinformatics Training and Education Program

march, 2021

09mar2:00 pm3:00 pmSingle cell spatial and chemical transcriptomics with nuclear oligo hashingSystems Biology SIG Zoom Seminar

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Event Details

ZoomGov link for all the individual meetings and the seminar:
https://nih.zoomgov.com/j/1619988709?pwd=dEIwM0ExOXFtSjNqd0xmcGJCVEk5QT09
Meeting ID: 161 998 8709
Passcode: 20892

Presenter:

Cole Trapnell, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Department of Genome Sciences
University of Washington

Please mark your calendars for our next seminar by Cole Trapnell. He is a familiar name to most genomics researchers, and he actually spent his early years in Maryland. Please note that we are returning to our afternoon time (seminar info below). There are a few openings for a one-on-one meeting with him after his talk. Let me know if you’d like one. Postdocs and students are welcome to join the fellows tea with the speaker right after his talk in the same zoom link as the talk (send me RSVP for my count).

Cole Trapnell developed many widely used bioinformatics tools including TopHat, Cufflinks, Bowtie, and Monocle. His group has also co-developed, along with Jay Shendure’s lab, a scalable workflow for single-cell genomics called “combinatorial cellular indexing”. They recently used this approach to construct a transcriptional atlas for the C. elegans nematode and profile organogenesis in the mouse at whole-embryo scale.

Myong-Hee Sung, Ph.D.
Earl Stadtman Investigator
Chief, Transcription Systems Dynamics and Biology Unit
Laboratory of Molecular Biology and Immunology
National Institute on Aging
NIH
251 Bayview Boulevard, Room 06C226
Baltimore, MD 21224

Office: 410-558-8475
email: sungm@mail.nih.gov

Time

(Tuesday) 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Location

Online

Organizer

Earl Stadtman Investigator Program

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