Confirmed speakers at single-cell RNABIO & organoids on September 28, 2018:


William Stephenson, New York Genome Center, USA
Single-cell multi-omics using open microfluidic instrumentation


Mireya Plass, Berlin Institute for Medical Systems Biology | Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine, Germany

Cell type atlas and lineage tree of a whole complex animal by single-cell transcriptomics


Valentine Svensson, California Institute of Technology, USA

Mapping scRNA-seq data to cell type taxonomies using cell atlases


Luciano Martelotto, Innovation Lab, the University of Melbourne, Centre for Cancer Research, Australia

Bringing single nuclei sequencing technologies to difficult samples: experience on FFPE and frozen archived material


Hans Binder, University of Leipzig, Germany

Cancer heterogeneity and development as seen by single cell bioinformatics


Felipe Vilella, Igenomix Foundation, INCLIVA Health Research Institute, Spain

Single cell RNAseq provides a molecular and cellular cartography of changes to the human endometrium through the menstrual cycle


Mirela Alistar, University of Colorado Boulder, USA

Personal biochips


Alex Shcheglovitov, University of Utah, USA
Using iPSC-derived cortical organoids for modeling early aspects of human cortical development and disorders


Talks by our partners:

Markian Bilynskyj, The U.S.-Ukraine Foundation, USA

Biotech initiative by the USUF in Ukraine: current goals and future perspectives


Kseniia Khazhylenko, ISIDA Clinic, Ukraine

Endometrial receptivity from the clinical point of view


Maryna Chernysh, Fabricator FabLab

How can FabLab help in research projects?


Date of the talks day: September 28, 2018.

Location: UNIT.City, Kyiv, Ukraine

Registration is closed.