Penn Program in Single Cell Biology

Events


Penn Single Cell Workgroup Calendar

Location: Smilow  |  Time: 10 am  |  Questions: Long Gao
  • Feb 1 2019 (Room 08-146):
    Xuran Wang (Nancy Zhang lab)  |  Shibiao Wan (Dan Kelly lab)
  • Mar 1 2019 (Room 08-146):
    Zeyu Chen (John Wherry lab)  |  Yang Xiao (Mitchell Lazar lab)
  • Apr 5 2019 (Room 08-146):
    Jian Hu (Mingyao Li lab)  |  Mingyao Li (Professor of Biostatistics)
  • May 3 2019 (Room 08-146):
    Robert Tower (Ling Qin lab)  |  Changya Chen (Kai Tan lab)
  • May 31 2019 (Room 12-146):
    Amanda Ackermann (Assistant Professor of Pediatrics)  |  Peng Tao (Kai Tan lab)


Previous Events

Emerging Technologies in Single Cell Biology Symposium

Date: Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Many of the talks are available online on Vimeo. Talks by Drs Andrea Bild, Klaus Hahn, and Andrew McMahon were not filmed.

The Penn Program in Single Cell Biology and ITMAT are hosting the University of Pennsylvania’s fifth Single Cell Biology Symposium on November 13, 2018. This day-long event will bring to Penn a group of distinguished investigators who are on the forefront of single cell discovery. From probing single cells to biomedical applications of single cell techniques, this symposium will highlight research that will excite a broad audience across a large number of scientific disciplines.

Featured speakers include:

Symposium Program and Abstracts.
Sponsors: ITMAT, Penn Program in Single Cell Biology, 10x Genomics, BD, Illumina, Partek, Qiagen, Takara.


Emerging Technologies in Single Cell Biology Symposium

Date: Wednesday, May 10, 2017

The Penn Program in Single Cell Biology and ITMAT are hosting the University of Pennsylvania’s fourth Single Cell Biology Symposium on May 10, 2017. This day-long event will bring to Penn a group of distinguished investigators who are on the forefront of single cell discovery. From probing single cells to biomedical applications of single cell techniques, this symposium will highlight research that will excite a broad audience across a large number of scientific disciplines.

Featured speakers include:

Round Table Technology Discussion moderated by Jim Eberwine and Junhyong Kim.

Symposium Program and Abstracts.
Sponsors: ITMAT, Penn Program in Single Cell Biology, 10x Genomics, BD, Bio-Rad, Illumina, Qiagen, Takara.


Single Cell Biology Symposium

Slide from NIH program representatives, presented during the symposium: SCB2016-NIH.pdf

Date: Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Featured speakers include:

Short presentations will by made by NIH representatives:

  • the Common Fund Single Cell Program
  • the Brain Initiative
  • the Cancer Institute

Sponsors: ITMAT, Penn Program in Single Cell Biology, Takara Clontech Laboratories, Fluidigm, Illumina, Leica Microsystems.


Single Cell Biology Symposium

Date: Thursday, April 30, 2015

Featured speakers include:

  • Daniel T. Chiu, Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry and Bioengineering, University of Washington
  • Carolyn Larabell, Anatomy, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab and UCSF
  • Woong-Yang Park, Samsung Genome Institute, SungKyunKwan University, Korea
  • Stephen Quake, Bioengineering, Stanford University
  • Hari Shroff, High Resolution Optical Imaging, NIH-Nat’l Inst of Biomedical Imaging & Bioengineering
  • Lani Wu, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, UCSF

Sponsors: ITMAT, Penn Program in Single Cell Biology, Takara Clontech Laboratories, Fluidigm, Illumina.


Single Cell Biology Symposium

Date: Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Featured speakers include:

  • Nancy Allbritton, Joint Dept of Biomedical Engineering, University of North Carolina & North Carolina State University
  • Helen M. Blau, Microbiology & Immunology and Stem Cell Institute, Stanford University
  • Chi Van Dang, Abramson Cancer Center, University of Pennsylvania
  • Chris B. Murray, Chemistry and Material Science & Engineering, University of Pennsylvania
  • Garry P. Nolan, Microbiology & Immunology, Stanford University
  • Arjun Raj, Bioengineering, University of Pennsylvania
  • Sherman M. Weissman, Genetics, Yale University

Sponsors: ITMAT, Penn Program in Single Cell Biology, Takara Clontech Laboratories, IBM, Illumina, Life Technologies, NanoString Technologies.