The Symposium is coordinated by the Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine Center, at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the BTC Institute. The ability to measure gene and protein expression at the single cell rather than ensemble level is overturning several dogmas in stem cell biology. This symposium brings together leading researchers in single cell omics and stem cell biology. The presentations will highlight advances in single cell evaluation of gene expression, gene regulation, metabolism, spatial organization, and computational approaches to decipher the biology from these measurements.
- Applying spatial genomics to uncover stem cell dynamics
- Visualization and integration of single cell omics data
- Defining gene regulatory networks that underlie cell fate decisions
- Visualizing the in vivo neural stem cell niche
- Determining organ size from single cell information
- Self-organizing single stem cell models for understanding early development
- A multiscale model of stem cell state in cancer
- Cellular metabolic heterogeneity in tumors
For 2020: The registration fee will be $120; discounted to $60 for students and post-doctoral researchers.
information for 2020 sponsors:
Exhibitor’s Agreement Form
Rules and Regulations for Exhibitors
Congratulations to our 2019 Poster Contest winners!
1st place: Jose Ayuso (UW-Madison)
2nd place: Katie Mueller (UW-Madison)
3rd place: Dario Gerace (Harvard)