June 12: SCID interactive workshop on scRNAseq

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We are pleased to welcome you on the 12th of June for an interactive workshop on scRNAseq

We will meet from 9:15 to 14:30 nearby ENS Lyon: Salle Condorcet, 1 place de l’Ecole, Lyon 7.

As a starting point, members of spatial Cell ID working groups will make short presentations illustrating methodological choices with their own data. We chose two topics highlighted by your feedback at the SCID day: 

1: Cells vs Nuclei? 

2: Clustering my dataset

Short presentations are only aimed at initiating discussions. Most of the time will be devoted to discussion and we will invite participants to provide their own feedback and answer the numerous questions which should come in the discussion.

We will also dedicate two hours to troubleshooting, with a “focus of the day”, also keeping some time for open questions on any subject. Again, you will be invited to contribute, asking questions and/or providing your own feedback. For the bench part, we will focus on nuclei preparation, and as a starting point, we will welcome a short presentation by the 10x Genomics Application Field scientist specialized in nuclei. For the data analysis part, we will follow up on pitfalls and tricks in clustering datasets.

Participants will finally be invited to further discuss while eating pizzas, kindly offered by 10x Genomics, and drinking coffee until 14:30.

Program is available here.

Registration is free but mandatory before June 5.