SCSAP Monthly Seminar Series

Next Seminar: 

May 20, 2024

VIRTUAL ONLY

Title: Many-to-many protein networks: computation modules for multicellular systems

Featuring: Professor Michael Elowitz

Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator and

Professor of Biology and Biological Engineering, and Applied Physics,

CALTECH

MAY 16, 2024

Join SCSAP Director, Dr. Evan Keller,

May 16th at 11:00 AM EDT for this

 Spatial Biology Webinar

Single Cell and Spatial Analysis Core Services at UM Event

THANK YOU

TO ALL OF OUR CORES AND TO EVERYONE WHO ATTENDED

AND MADE THE EVENT A HUGE SUCCESS!!!

Follow up resources coming soon!

SCSAP Director Evan Keller is featured in a new spatial technologies ebook!

6 Top Tips Exploring the Acceleration of Spatial Technologies towards the Clinic – Expert Perspectives

SCSAP Membership

The University of Michigan Single Cell Spatial Analysis Program (SCSAP) is now  open for membership to all academic institutes worldwide! 

To learn more about the benefits and opportunities, please visit our Membership page!

2023 BI Innovator Awardees

Congratulations to our own SCSAP Director,
Dr. Evan T. Keller
on being named the 2023 BI Awardee for Faculty Innovator!!!!

THE SCSAP TRAINEE FORUM

Are you a trainee at UM working on Single Cell Spatial Analysis?

If so, Join us In-Person

 SCSAP Trainee Forum at The University of Michigan!

The SCSAP Trainee Forum was created for trainees who are interested in the development of methodologies for the analysis of single-cell and spatial data as well as the successful application of these technologies. Meetings will provide a space where trainees can discuss their work, with opportunities to troubleshoot their current projects and discover new collaborations.

MIDAS Challenge Grant funds study of single cells

Research led by a team of scientists from across U-M makes the analysis of individual cells possible, unlocking potential advancements in biology research and other disciplines. The study team used seed money from a Michigan Institute for Data Science Challenge Grant to generate more than $37 million in funding.

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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In the News

Upcoming SCSAP Events

SCSAP Monthly Seminar – DECEMBER 11, 2023

The SCSAP is Monthly Seminar Series Join us on Monday DECEMBER 11th for our next Monthly Seminar! Title: Spatial Multiomics: The Power of Single Cell, Whole Transcriptome and High-Plex Proteomics Featuring: Seth Meyers - Manager, Technical Sales, NanoString...

SCSAP Monthly Seminar – MAY 22, 2023

The SCSAP is Monthly Seminar Series Join us on Monday MAY 22nd for our next Monthly Seminar! Title: Spatially aware dimension reduction for spatial transcriptomics Featuring: Lulu Shang, PhD candidate Department of Biostatistics University of Michigan READ MORE HERE...

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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.