• The purpose of “Cell Type” and Annotation in single cell Omics.
  • The process in place: state-of-the-art methods currently available in the field.
  • The outcome, remaining challenges and future scopes of the Cell Type Annotation.

The content of the webinar is author’s personal views and doesn’t represent NNRCSI in any capacity.

A Practical Guide To UMAP

John Healy - Author of UMAP, Tutte Institute of Mathematics and Computing

Getting To Know The Origin Of Tumor-Associated Macrophages

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Topography of spatial gene expression in the human prefrontal cortex

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  • Leonardo Collado-Torres, PhD (The Lieber Institute for Brain Development)

Oncofetal ecosystem: Embryonic tale of Tumorigenesis

  • Ankur Sharma, PhD (Genome Institute of Singapore)
  • Jennifer Pham (BioTuring Inc.)

Using t-SNE for data analysis: A quick introduction

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Characterizing Antitumor Immunity One Cell At A Time

Anthony Cillo, PhD (University Pittsburgh)

Towards the discovery of lipid-associated macrophage (LAM) cells

  • Lorenz Adlung, PhD (Weizmann Institute of Science)
  • Jennifer Pham (BioTuring Inc.)

Building the single-cell atlas of the bone marrow microenvironment

  • Anastasia Tikhonova, PhD (NYU Langone Medical Center)
  • Igor Dolgalev (NYU Langone Medical Center)

Building a transcriptional atlas of myeloid subsets during neuroinflammation using single-cell RNA sequencing

  • Roman Sankowski, PhD (Institute of Neuropathology at the University of Freiburg Medical Center)
  • Jennifer Pham (BioTuring Inc.)

Understanding chemo-resistance using single-cell RNA sequencing

  • Ankur Sharma, PhD (Genome Institute of Singapore)
  • Son Pham, PhD (BioTuring Inc.)