Seminars and Events
March 30-31, 2023
Delivering therapeutic innovation, applications and technologies in NGS, Single Cell & Spatial Analyses and Genome Editing
March 22, 2023
February 2, 2023
Hosted by the University of Michigan Advanced Genomics Core, AGC
- Advantages of PTA in genome uniformity and coverage
- How complete genome and transcriptome from individual single-cells can enhance your research aims
- The latest PTA publication information in Science, Nature Genetics & PNAS
- The fact that there really is very little room for improvement between unamplified bulk DNA sequencing performance and PTA because scWGA will ALWAYS need amplification…i.e. PTA is proven, via publications to be the pinnacle of scWGA technology.
December 10-13, 2022
ASH 2022 Annual Meeting will be held Dec. 10-13
Support Rogel colleagues in person and online
Rogel Cancer Center faculty and trainees will lead more than two dozen presentations, posters and moderated sessions at the American Society of Hematology annual meeting. This year’s meeting will be held in-person and virtually.
Check out the list of U-M presenters to support your colleagues. Connect with researchers on Twitter using #ASH22. Be sure to tag @UMRogelCancer.
Here are some tips to help you get started:
- Check out who’s presenting from Rogel here.
- Use these Rogel branded images on your Twitter posts.
- Help amplify the reach and impact of your colleagues’ work by adding the #ASTRO22 hashtag and tagging @UMRogelCancer in your posts.
November 14-15, 2022
MIDAS U-M Data Science &
AI Annual Symposium 2022
This annual symposium is the largest annual data science and AI event on campus. The event will showcase the breadth and depth of U-M data science and AI research, from theory and methodology development to the transformative use of data and AI to address scientific and societal challenges in all domains. In addition, attendees will build technical skills through tutorials and enjoy ample networking time. The event is free for all attendees (U-M faculty, staff, and trainees, as well as industry, government and community members).
Sep 30 – Oct 1, 2022
July 28, 2022
July 28, 2022
BIBC Trainee Seminar
Please join us for a special seminar event with trainee presentations and a sponsored social hour following the talks at the Rappourt Taproom (appetizers and drinks will be provided by the BIBC).
DATE: JULY 28, 2022
TIME: 3-4 PM
LOCATION: NCRC B10 Research Auditorium and also online via Zoom
Zoom Link: https://umich.zoom.us/j/92486736315
If you do not have access to NCRC, please enter through the Building 10 entrance, and there will be someone to let you inside.
Andrea Comba, PhD: “Oncostreams: Spatiotemporal analysis of high-grade gliomas reveals COL1A1 as an actionable target to disrupt mesenchymal transformation and invasion”Zeqi Niu, PhD Candidate: “Monitoring and targeting cancer metastasis through Circulating Tumor Cells using microfluidic technologies”
July 27, 2022
RNA Collaborative Seminar Series
July 25-27 and August 8-10
The BRCF Bioinformatics Core is offering two online workshops targeted toward researchers who would like to better understand the analysis of differential gene expression in bulk RNA-Seq data.July 25-27 9 AM – 1 PMComputational FoundationsAugust 8 – 109 AM – 1 PMRNA-Seq Demystified
- Computational Foundations workshop assumes no previous coding/programming experience. RNA-Seq Demystified assumes a basic knowledge of genetics and prior enrollment in a Computational Foundations workshop, Software Carpentry workshop, or equivalent experience.
- The cost is $300/seat for the entire two-workshop series. While it is possible to register for a single workshop, we recommend that you attend both. When you enroll in the RNA-Seq Demystified workshop, you can request to be automatically registered for Computational Foundations. (The Computational Foundations is free of charge; however please note that: 1) registration precedence is given to RNA-Seq Demystified attendees and 2) general admission registration for Computational Foundations opens later in July.)
- Registration closes 7/18/2022.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or by visiting the Bioinformatics Core website.
July 7, 2022
We’re thrilled to announce that PhenoCycler capabilities are coming to the University of Michigan researchers through the Biosciences Initiative – BioInnovations in Brain Cancer!
WHEN: Thursday 7/7/2022 from 1:30-3pm
WHERE: Medical Science II-North Lecture Hall Room 3695.
Snacks and refreshments will be provided.
What you will learn:
- dual workflows that the PhenoCycler Fusion provides- both ultrahigh plex spatial phenotyping through PhenoCycler staining and imaging 50+ markers on tissue,
- high-throughput Opal staining TSA-based methodology for staining and imaging 6 markers.
- why and how spatial biology can inform your research
how to get started on developing multiplex panels.
LEARN MORE HERE ABOUT INSTRUMENT
June 23 and 24th, 2022
3rd Annual MarketsandMarkets Single-Cell Analysis Conference 23rd and 24th June 2022 in Boston, USA aims to bring together the Researchers, Scientists from top universities and pharmaceutical companies from all around the globe to address the recent developments and challenges in analyzing single cell and also provides the platform to share the knowledge with academic peers and present their research papers and reports.
OUR OWN ARVIND RAO, Associate Professor of Computational Medicine and Bioinformatics IS THE KEYNOTE SPEAKER! He will be presenting: The Evolving Role of Integrating Bulk-Single Cell and Spatial Transcriptomics Towards Integrative Disease Understanding.
April 28, 2022
U-M Spatial Seminar Series: Introduction to Single Cell Spatial-Omics – CosMx Spatial Molecular Imager -Join us for our upcoming Spatial Seminar Series for University of Michigan Researchers! This three-part series will enable researchers to discover spatial biology at any scale.
1:00-2:00 PM : Introduction to Single Cell Spatial-Omics – CosMx Spatial Molecular Imager-The Spatial Biology Ecosystem – Discover spatial biology at any scale: Colleen Urben, Technical Sales Specialist, CosMx SMI & GeoMx DSP
April 14, 2022
- U-M Spatial Seminar Series: GeoMx Data Analysis Workshop
Join us for our upcoming Spatial Seminar Series for University of Michigan Researchers! This three-part series will enable researchers to discover spatial biology at any scale. April 14th: GeoMx Data Analysis Workshop GeoMx DSP Data Analysis Software Overview: Prajan Divakar, …
April 8-9, 2022
2-PART SERIES (UM PARTICIPANTS ONLY DUE TO LAB PORTION)
Apr 18, 2022 09:00 AM EDT AND
Apr 19, 2022 09:00 AM EDT
WHERE: REGISTRATION REQUIRED
Part 1: Will cover the concepts needed to understand and interpret scRNA-seq data. The objectives for section 1 will be to:
Part 2: Will be a lab portion, during which you will have the opportunity to be hands-on. The objective of this section will be to gain an introductory exposure to running through a scRNA-seq analysis pipeline. Some experience coding in R helps but is not required.
For more information click on the registration link or contact Davina Barron: email@example.com
April 5, 2022
- Webinar: Sort the Impossible! The MACSQuant Tyto Flow Cell Sorter
Tuesday, April 5 @ 10:00 A.M. EST Presented by: Miltenyi Biotec and the BRCF Flow Cytometry Core The BRCF Flow Cytometry Core is pleased to announce that Miltenyi Biotec will be on campus from Tuesday, April 5th – to Thursday, …
March 10, 2022
Join the BRCF Advanced Genomics Core and BioLegend on Thursday, March 10th from 1:00 to 2:00 PM EST to learn about Correlated Expression of Protein and RNA Using Bulk and Single-Cell Proteogenomics Reveals a Unique Molecular Signature in Human Polarized Th1 Cells.
March 3, 2022
The BRCF Advanced Genomics Core and Illumina team invites you to join a webinar March 10th from 1:00 – 2:00 PM EDT for an introduction to RNA-Seq, with insight into library preparation, analysis solutions, and potential applications.
February 18, 2022
BIBC Seminar – Ryan Oliver and Jason Hethon will present on their work in the clinical treatment of brain metastasis and the engineering of 3D models to better understand and prevent tumor metastasis.
Meeting information: This meeting will be held over a Zoom webinar using the link and passcode below Zoom link: https://umich.zoom.us/j/97756819893Passcode: 797630
February 11, 2022
Virtual Seminar from Single Cell Omics Germany (SCOG)
9:30 am – 10:15 am
SCOG Virtual Lecture Series
‘Recent Advances in Single Cell Omics’:
Speaker: Andreas Moor (ETH Zürich)
Title: ‘Spatial biology in intestinal homeostasis and cancer‘
We are excited to announce the next speaker in our SCOG Virtual Lecture Series ‘Recent Advances in Single Cell Omics’: Andreas Moor (ETH Zurich)
December 01, 2021
Computational and Bioinformatics Seminar:
Featuring: Yuchao Jiang, Ph.D. (University of North Carolina)
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