10X Genomics Symposium

Unlock the potential of single cell RNA-seq and spatial biology without limits

Join 10X Genomics for a symposium on Tuesday, January 16. This content-filled, half-day event will include science and technology advisors from 10X Genomics presenting the latest single cell and spatial updates, as well as talks from Kenny Beckman, UMGC Director, and Grant Barthel, UIC Assistant Director. Samuel Peters from the Niedernhofer Lab will present on using single cell and spatial technologies to chart senescent cell biology. 

As we navigate a century where transformative advances in biology and medicine will reshape the way we deliver human health, researchers need approaches that can keep up with the fast pace of their science. At 10x Genomics, we provide single cell, spatial, and in situ technologies that fuel scientific discoveries and drive exponential progress. Unravel highly complex systems, while bringing into focus the details that matter most, to see biology in new ways.

Date: Tuesday, January 16th, 2024
Time: 10:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Location: 1-125 Cancer and Cardiovascular Research Building

Hosted by 10X Genomics. Registration is required because lunch is provided.


10:00 AM: Welcome from 10X Genomics
10:05 AM: Access the full richness of biology with single cell solutions
Egon Ranghini, 10X Genomics Science and Technology Advisor
10:55 AM: UMGC Core Services
Kenny Beckman, UMN Genomics Center Director

11:05 AM: University Imaging Centers
Grant M. Barthel, UIC Assistant Director & Spatial Biology Lead
11:15: Building a Road Map to Healthy Aging: Leveraging Single-Cell and Spatialomics Technologies to Chart Senescent Cell Biology
Samuel Peters, Spatialomics Research Lead

12:00 PM: Lunch
12:45 PM: Spatial Biology at '10x' Resolution
Leilani Marty Santos, 10X Genomics Science and Technology Advisor

1:40 PM to 2 PM: Q/A

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