The recent shift from bulk data to individual cellular profiles unveiled how diverse cellular populations can be. The next challenge is to understand how these different individual cells interact with each other to create systems. In this webinar brought to you by The Scientist, Timothy O’Sullivan and Jacob Blum examine how they apply data from numerous individual cells within physiological and pathological contexts to better understand mechanisms of health and disease.
Detailing cellular landscapes with single cell transcriptomics and flow cytometry
Resolving inflammatory networks in human obesity
The transcriptional heterogeneity of spinal motor neurons
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Meet the Speakers
Timothy E. O’Sullivan, PhD Morrison Family Chair in Immunology Assistant Professor Department of Microbiology, Immunology, and Molecular Genetics University of California, Los Angeles
Jacob Blum Laboratory of Aaron Gitler Department of Genetics Stanford University
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