European Single-Cell User Meeting

September 13–14, 2016 | Hinxton, UK

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European Single-Cell User Meeting

September 13–14, 2016

Hinxton, UK

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Single-cell analysis is revolutionising research. Join us the day before the Single Cell Genomics meeting and hear how experts from across Europe are using single-cell methods to achieve new breakthroughs in the understanding of normal development, disease progression and the effects of therapeutic treatment. Network with single-cell enthusiasts in a relaxed atmosphere and collaborate on new single-cell applications and workflows across a range of research areas.

Interested to learn how enabling systems-level biology at single-cell resolution can help you accomplish more for your research?

Reserve your place now. Registration closes on 25 August.

Agenda (subject to change)

Tuesday, 13 September

 

11:00 am-12:30 pm

Registration

12:00-1:00 pm

Lunch

1:00-1:10 pm

Welcoming remarks
Dominique Remy-Renou, Senior VP, International Commercial Operations, Fluidigm

1:10-3:30 pm

Session I: Single-cell heterogeneity, classification and discovery

Achieve new insights through single-cell biology
Candia Brown, Director Strategic Marketing, Fluidigm

Dissecting cerebral organoids and fetal cortex using single-cell RNA-seq
Gray Camp, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology, Germany

Becoming a new neuron in the cerebral cortex
Ludovic Telley, University of Geneva, Switzerland

A cost-effective 5’ selective single-cell transcriptome profiling approach
Pascal Barbry, Institut de Pharmacologie Moléculaire et Cellulaire, France

See more with the C1™: explore the breadth of applications available on the C1 platform for single-cell genomics
Shaun Cordes, Senior Product Manager, Fluidigm


3:30-4:00 pm

Coffee break


4:00-5:40 pm

Session II: Immunotherapy in oncology—new insights at single-cell resolution


Cancer immunotherapy: Reveal new insights at single-cell resolution
Gary Impey, Director, Product Management—Mass Cytometry, Fluidigm

From Tregs to Trex: the role of the immune system in bone marrow failure syndromesand  myeloid malignancies
Shahram Kordasti, King’s College London, UK

Imaging Mass Cytometry—highly multiplexed assays of single tissue sections at single-cell resolution
Robert Ellis, Director, Product Management, Fluidigm

Imaging Mass Cytometry—about proteins, tissues and biomedical research
Valerie Dubost and Markus Stoeckli, Novartis, Switzerland


7:30 pm

Dinner—Homerton College, Great Hall
   

Wednesday, 14 September

 

9:00-10:40 pm


Session III: Single-cell functional biology

An introduction to single-cell functional biology 

Simon Margerison, Senior Manager, Application Support, Fluidigm

A holistic view of the mucosal immune system: identification of tissue- and disease-specific cellular networks 
Frits Koning, Leiden University Medical Center, Netherlands

The nature and nurture of cell heterogeneity: single-cell functional analysis, temporal single-cell sequencing and imaging of gene edited macrophages.
Esther Mellado, Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics, UK

Understanding cellular heterogeneity
Sarah Teichmann, Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and EMBL-EBI, UK


10:40-11:00 am


Closing remarks

11:00 am


Meeting closes

Accommodation is available onsite. Please call or email the Conference Centre at +44 (0)1223 495 000 or reception@wellcomegenomecampus.org to make your booking.

Airports: London Heathrow, City, Stansted, Luton. Shuttle services from major airports will be organised if we receive sufficient interest.

We look forward to seeing you in Hinxton.

If you have any questions, please email Eve Marquis at marketing-europe@fluidigm.com.