Open for Membership

The University of Michigan Single Cell Spatial Analysis Program (SCSAP) is now open for membership! To learn more about the benefits and opportunities, please visit our Membership page!

Tapestry Partnership Program

The University of Michigan Single Cell Spatial Analysis Program (SCSAP) has partnered with Mission Bio and Illumina to offer a Tapestri Partnership Challenge for members of the SCSAP.

Join us for our Monthly Seminar Series

Next Event: January 17, 2022

Title: Single cell spatial map of the mice retina

Presented by: Rui Chen, Ph.D.- Professor, Baylor College of Medicine Department of Molecular and Human Genetics

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

Computational and Bioinformatics Seminar:

Featuring: Yuchao Jiang, Ph.D. (University of North Carolina)
Date: December 01, 2021
Time: 4 p.m. | Zoom | Palmer Commons; Forum Hall
Nonparametric interrogation of transcriptional regulation in single-cell RNA and chromatin accessibility multiomic data

Powering spatial transcriptomics
at University of Michigan

HIGHLIGHTS

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Who we are

The Single Cell Spatial Analysis Program seeks to develop the University of Michigan into a recognized leader in applying high-resolution spatially-resolved multi‑omic analysis within individual cells and in cells within tissues to drive next-generation solutions in biology and human health. 

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Funding Opportunities

The University of Michigan Single Cell and Spatial Analysis Program, Mission Bio and Illumina are joining together for a Tapestri Partnership Program.

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Career Opportunities

The University of Michigan Single Cell and Spatial Analyses Program is now taking applications for Tenure-Track Faculty Positions at University of Michigan.  

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Upcoming Events

SCSAP Monthly Seminar – January 17, 2022

Next Seminar Date: January 17, 2022 Featuring: Rui Chen, Ph.D.- Professor, Baylor College of Medicine Department of Molecular and Human Genetics Talk Title: Single cell spatial map of the mice retina Please join us on the Third Monday each month for various seminars...

SCSAP Monthly Seminar – December 6, 2021

Next Seminar Date: December 6, 2021 Featuring: Raheleh Rabari,PhD,  Group leader at the Sanger Institute Title: The mutational landscape and clonal dynamics of Human Somatic and Germline cells Please join us on the Third Monday each month for various seminars focused...

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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.