Biocompare Bench Tip Webinar: Single-cell Analysis for Spatial Studies

webinarDate: February 29, 2024

Time: 1 pm ET

Registration Link: https://www.workcast.com/register?cpak=2351609110325487&referrer=RNAseq

This Bench Tips webinar will feature early-career scientists who have extensive experience with single-cell and spatial tools. They will discuss their research and then share best practices and technical know-how to help you successfully execute single-cell and spatial experiments.

In this webinar you’ll learn:

  • When to use single-cell analysis and where it provides maximum ROI
  • Rationale for when to use single-cell versus single-nuclei analysis
  • Optimization of sample prep and experimental design for single-cell analysis
  • Working with challenging sample types
  • Analysis and integration of single-cell data with spatial transcriptomics
  • Common challenges and how to overcome them
  • Case studies describing how single-cell analysis can be used for diverse applications

Panelists:

Dr. Clayton Santiago, Blackshaw Lab, Department of Neuroscience, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Research focus: The Blackshaw Lab uses functional genomics and proteomics to identify the molecular mechanisms that regulate cell specification and survival in both retina and hypothalamus.

Dr. Shenglin Mei, Skyes Laboratory, Massachusetts General Hospital. Research focus: Elucidating the mechanism underlying tumor bone marrow metastasis using single-cell genomics and computational modeling

The webinar will also have a live Q&A where the panelists will be available to answer any questions!

Too busy to attend? Don’t worry. Register now and we will send you a link to the webinar on-demand right after the live event. Registrants who attend the live webinar or listen to the on-demand version will receive a certificate of attendance.

Registration is free at https://www.workcast.com/register?cpak=2351609110325487&referrer=RNAseq

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