To be able to perform molecular analysis on the scale of single-cells with a throughput of 1000s of cells per experiment opens an unprecedented window into neuroscience and biology. We can now ask questions on how different cell types arise, respond to stimuli or are changed in disorders. The multitude of data also moves molecular biology into a new era in terms of data analysis and statistics, changing the demands on researchers. In this online course, we will hear from some of the leaders in the field in the use of single-cell transcriptomics and the analysis of the nervous system. The aim is to cover a wide range of aspects from chemistries and methodologies of single cell transcriptomics to computational methods to leverage this new wealth of data to push our understanding of the brain.
Karolinska Institute, Sweden
Harvard Medical School, USA
Naomi Habib – Edmond & Lily Safra Center for Brain Sciences (ELSC), Israel
Kenneth Harris – University College London (UCL), UK
Ed Lein – Allen Institute for Brain Science, US
Sten Linnarsson – Karolinska Institute, Sweden
John Marioni – European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI), UK
Ana Martin-Villalba – German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ), Germany
Sarah Teichmann – Wellcome Sanger institute, UK
Kun Zhang – Department of Bioengineering, University of California, US
Ana Martin Villalba
Profiling stem cell decision at the single cell level
Molecular Architecture of the Developing Mouse Brain
Using single-cell genomics to understand cell fate decisions during early mammalian development
Comparative approaches to understand human brain cellular diversity
The Alzheimer’s brain: from single cells to cellular communities
Classes and continua of CA1 GABAergic neurons
Cell Atlas Technologies & the Gastrointestinal Tract
Integrative single-cell RNA and chromatin analysis of human organs
Sessions: lectures are 45 min long and followed by a 15 min. Q&A .
Questions: participants can ask questions throughout the whole talk, and after, by typing them in the Zoom Q&A system.
Registration is free: participants need to register to get access to the Zoom link for the Webinar.
The maximum capacity of our webinars has been reached. Therefore registration is closed. The course is sold out.
Online lecture series
with the support of the Bordeaux School of Neuroscience
The online lecture series will be hosted by the Cajal Administration in partnership with the Bordeaux School of Neuroscience.
For additional information on this online lecture series, please email the Cajal Programme administration at firstname.lastname@example.org.