CRISPR gene editing has revolutionized biomedical research, allowing scientists to delete, activate, and repress genes of interest with precision. By combining single cell-sequencing and CRISPR screening technologies, researchers can obtain complex, high resolution data for thousands of gene perturbations, allowing for deep pathway analysis and improved understanding of gene functions.
In this virtual summit brought to you by 10x Genomics, an expert panel will discuss recent advances in combinatorial single cell CRISPR screens and their applications in functional genomics studies and dissecting gene pathways implicated in health and disease.
1:10 PM – From Gene to Phenotype - Characterize Entire Networks with Single Cell CRISPR Screens Samantha Shelton, PhD
1:35 PM – Connecting the Dots From Sequence to Function Gary Hon, PhD
2:00 PM – CROP-seq and scifi-RNA-seq: Single-cell CRISPR screening at scale Christoph Bock, PhD
2:25 PM – CRISPR-based Functional Genomics in iPSC-derived Neurons and Glia Martin Kampmann, PhD
2:50 PM – Expression CROP-seq: Using Multiplex CRISPR to Fine Map Regulatory Variants Gregory Gibson, PhD
Gary Hon, PhD Assistant Professor Cecil H. and Ida Green Center for Reproductive Biology Sciences Lyda Hill Department of Bioinformatics University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Christoph Bock, PhD Professor CeMM Research Center for Molecular Medicine of the Austrian Academy of Sciences Institute of Artificial Intelligence, Medical University of Vienna
Martin Kampmann, PhD Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics Associate Professor University of California, San Francisco Investigator, Chan Zuckerberg Biohub
Gregory Gibson, PhD Professor of Biology Director, Center for Integrative Genomics Georgia Institute of Technology
TS_Webinar_Symposium_Combinatorial Single Cell CRISPR Screens: Challenges and Applications January 12, 2021
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