Paving the way for excellence

in single cell and spatial analysis research at the University of Michigan by applying high-resolution spatially-resolved multi‑omic analysis of cells within tissues to drive next-generation solutions in biology and human health

Join us for our Monthly Seminar Series

Next Event: October 18th
Title: “Morphologic Cell Profiling – from SARS-CoV-2 infection to Liver Organoids”
Presented by Dr. Jonny Sexton with the University of Michigan

Coldspring Harbor Presents
Single Cell Analyses (Virtual) Meeting
Nov 10, 2021 – Nov 12, 2021

New Biosciences Initiative

Understanding human biology and pathology requires deep insights into how cells assemble into tissues and organs, as well as how these functions are altered in disease.

Additional Resources


Michigan Institute for Data Science (MIDAS)

MIDAS strengthens University of Michigan’s preeminence in Data Science and Artificial Intelligence, and enables their transformative use in a wide range of research disciplines.


University of Michigan Biosciences Initiative

The Biosciences Initiative focuses on funding cutting-edge interdisciplinary research, expert faculty hires, collaboration, and postgraduate education across the biological sciences at U-M.


University of Michigan Biointerfaces Institute

The Biointerfaces Institute aims to provide an open, inclusive and supportive environment for our community of learners, researchers, faculty and staff.


The Center for RNA Biomedicine

We are a hub for RNA research across a wide range of scientific
and medical disciplines at the University of Michigan.


Advanced Genomics Core

Facilitating research in cutting-edge fields of genetics and genomics by implementing complex technologies.


Rogel Cancer Center

The University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center seeks to reduce cancer burden and improve cancer outcomes through research, innovation and transdisciplinary collaboration.

Upcoming Events

SCSAP Monthly Seminar

Next Seminar Date: October 18, 2021 Featuring Dr. Jonny Sexton - University of Michigan Title:  “Morphologic Cell Profiling – from SARS-CoV-2 infection to Liver Organoids” Please join us on the Third Monday each month for various seminars focused on Single Cell and...


Our Researchers

Our program is lead by a team of 6 distinguished faculty representing departments all across campus including Biomedical Engineering, Cell and Developmental Biology, Chemical Engineering, Computational medicine and Bioinformatics, Engineering health sciences, Human Genetics, pathology and Urology in an effort to bring the single cell and spatial analysis research community together.