About single-cell RNABIO & organoids meeting

Single-cell RNA sequencing is a breakthrough technology enabling transcriptomic and even multi-omics research at the single-cell resolution. It has great potential for understanding cellular heterogeneity, dynamics, and gene regulation, opening new horizons for biomedical applications.

The complementary technology is developing human organoids, the next-level model systems for translational medicine. Organoids grown of human cells in vitro are used to understand biology of self-organization as well as mechanisms of diseases, and provide new system for drug discovery and testing.


Goals of the meeting:

  • introduce the single-cell and organoids-based approaches to study biology and disease (especially, of human brain);
  • gather biologists, engineers, and computational people to dive into scRNAseq technology and data analysis;
  • introduce researchers and engineers to building and applying microfluidics device for single-cell biology.


The meeting will consist of two major parts:

September 28, 2018

Talks day. You can find the list of confirmed speakers by the link.

September 29-30, 2018

Workshop on building microfluidic device. You can find what it is about by the link.


The meeting is powered by Fabricator / FabLab.

Registration is open.