This year, we have a number of international and national speakers lined up to discuss the current state and future perspectives of single cell research. The program of this one-day conference features oral presentations as well as interactive panel discussions. In addition, you will get to listen to short pitches on selected SciLifeLab scientific highlights from 2015, vote for your favourite and experience the prize giving ceremony. Outside the lecture hall, there will be ample time for discussions and mingle.
Registration is now closed. List of participants.
|08.00||Registration & coffee|
|09.25||Caroline Gallant (Uppsala University/SciLifeLab)
SciLifeLab Single Cell facilities presentations
|09.40||Keynote: John Marioni (EMBL-EBI, Sanger Institute & CRUK Cambridge Institute, United Kingdom)
Understanding early mammalian development using single-cell transcriptomics
|10.10||Barbara Treutlein (Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology & Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics, Germany)
Dissecting human cerebral organoids and fetal neocortex using single-cell RNA-seq
|10.50||Igor Adameyko (Medical University of Vienna, Austria & Karolinska Institutet)
Single cell transcriptomics for resolving neural crest populations and for solving the challenge of crest multipotency
|11.10||Sten Linnarsson (Karolinska Institutet/SciLifeLab)
Single-cell RNA-seq in the mammalian brain
|11.30||Maria Kasper (Karolinska Institutet)
Single-cell transcriptomics resolves heterogeneity of murine epidermis and hair follicles
|11.50||Lunch mingle + SciLifeLab Single Cell facility exhibition + Art exhibition|
|13.25||2015 SciLifeLab Scientific Highlights – publication and performance
|14.30||Fabien Burki (Uppsala University/SciLifeLab)
Promises and challenges of single-cell genomics in microbial eukaryotes
|14.50||John Tsang (National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, NIH, USA)
From single cells to networks to human populations: assessing and utilizing heterogeneity of the immune system
|15.10||Coffee break + SciLifeLab Single Cell facility exhibition + Art exhibition|
|15.40||Rachel Foster (Stockholm University)
Single cell imaging of microbial populations important to N and C cycling in Open Ocean Ecosystems
|16.05||Panel discussion and Q&A|
|16.45||2015 SciLifeLab Scientific Highlights – publication and performance
Voting and award ceremony
|17.15||SciLifeLab Pub: wine, beer and snacks (Cash payments only)|
We offer bus transportation from SciLifeLab Uppsala to Aula Medica, KI Campus Solna in the morning and back after the event. Reserve your seat when filling in the registration form.
Departure time from Husargatan 3 (D11), Uppsala: 07.30
Departure time from Aula Medica, Solna: 17.30
For more information about the 2016 SciLifeLab Science Summit, please contact: events@localhost
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