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3rd Annual Single Cell Analysis USA Congress

  June 12, 2017  
Oxford Global , Boston, USA
23-24 October 2017

3rd Annual Single Cell Analysis Congress

Day 1 Stream 3 – Single Cell ‘Omics Analysis: Current and Emerging Tools

Single cell ‘omics case studies and therapeutic applications:
– Genomics
– Transcriptomics
– Proteomics
Using single cell analysis in clinical & diagnostic development
Single cell analytical platforms enabling profiling of CAR T cell therapy products
Single cell genomics for understanding tumour heterogeneity
Single cell RNA sequencing technologies and applications
Day 2 Stream 2 – Translation to Diagnostic and Therapeutic Applications

Case studies: oncology, pulmonary diseases and stem cell biology
Methods for single cell isolation, capture & purification
Single cell analysis tools including PCR analysis technologies
High throughput in-situ sequencing approaches
Microfluidics technologies and advances in applications
Day 2 Stream 3 – Overcoming Single Cell Analysis Challenges

Challenge 1: sample preparation for single cell analysis
Challenge 2: bioinformatics:
– Calling copy number variations
– Single cell data-handling
– Identifying mutated genes in tumor samples
– Improving the accuracy of quantitative analysis of transcripts
Statistical analysis of single cell data
Challenge 3: single cell analysis for biomarker discovery: from assay to actionable decision in the clinic
Organized by: Oxford Global
Invited Speakers:

The 2017 speaker line up includes:


  • Chelsea Xue, Senior Scientist, Single Cell Analytics - Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research
  • Xiaoliang Sunney Xie, Mallinckrodt Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology - Harvard University
  • Mark Borodovsky, Regents’ Professor in Computational Biology - Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Ajamete Kaykas, Senior Investigator - Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research
  • Yan Xu, Director of Bioinformatics Core - Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
  • Denis Wirtz, Vice Provost for Research and Theophilus Halley Smoot Professor of Engineering Science - Johns Hopkins University
  • Jingyue Ju, Samuel Ruben-Peter G. Viele Professor of Engineering - Columbia University
  • Steven Potter, Professor - Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Centre
  • Nancy Allbritton, Kenan Professor and Chair - University of North Carolina and North Carolina State University
  • Carolyn Larabell, Professor and Vice Chair - University of California, San Francisco
  • Brian Van Ness, Professor, Genetics, Cell Biology, and Development - University of Minnesota
  • Junhyong Kim, Patricia M. Williams Professor - University of Pennsylvania
  • Nancy Xu, Professor in Chemistry and Biochemistry - Old Dominion University
  • Wolfgang Losert, Professor and Associate Dean for Research - University of Maryland
  • Michael Mancini, Professor - Baylor College of Medicine
  • Harinder Singh, Professor and Director, Division of Immunobiology and the Center for Systems Immunology - Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
  • Terry Gaasterland, Professor of Computational Biology and Genomics - University of California, San Diego
  • Yuhwa Lo, Professor - University of California, San Diego
  • Eric Batchelor, Head, Systems Biology Section - National Cancer Institute
  • Jeffrey N. Agar, Associate Professor and Barnett Institute Fellow - Northeastern University
  • Benjamin Yellen, Associate Professor - Duke University
  • James Orth, Associate Research Professor - University of Colorado
  • Ivana Delalle, Associate Professor of Pathology & Neurology - Boston University School of Medicine
  • W. Evan Johnson, Associate Professor of Medicine and Biostatistics - Boston University
  • Rong Fan, Associate Professor - Yale University
  • Edgar Goluch, Associate Professor - Northeastern University
  • Joshua Levin, Group Leader - Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard
  • Viktor Adalsteinsson, Group Leader - Broad Institute
  • Xiaobo Zhou, Principal Investigator and Director of Functional Genomics Laboratory - Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School


Deadline for Abstracts: asap

To register your interest in this congress please click here: http://www.singlecellusa-congress.com/download-agenda-2/ 

Alternatively contact Danielle Dalby on d.dalby@oxfordglobal.co.uk or call +44(0) 1865 248455 

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