Single cell and spatial profiling is a field of dynamic, rapidly developing research that is changing the way we view previously intractable problems and which allows for the generation of completely new hypotheses. We hope that you will be active participants in the seminar series and the field at Duke.
Following the tremendously successful Single Cell Colloquium, we are now launching the long-awaited Duke Single Cell Initiative (SCI) Research In Progress (RIP) Seminar Series. The intent of Duke SCI (“sky”) RIP is to create an environment in which ongoing research will be presented in two 30-minute talks by wet and dry lab investigators.
Kick off event Tuesday, October 26
Dr. Zhuzhu Zhang
Salk Institute for Biological Studies
Dr. Yang Li
University of California, San Diego
Zoom link for all seminar dates: https://duke.zoom.us/j/95283805573?pwd=N3RweHd5LzhnOFIxR0tkSm1waUFldz09
Meeting ID: 952 8380 5573
Monthly Duke SCI RIP seminars will be held on the 4th Monday of the month between 12-1pm, unless otherwise noted. The meetings will be virtual until January, after which time we will meet in MSRBIII Room 1125, rules permitting.
- Dates for the 2021/2022 Series are:
November 22, 2021
January 24, 2022
February 28, 2022
March 15, 2022 (In conjunction with the UPGG Seminar: Speaker Sam Morris from Washington University in St. Louis)
March 28, 2022
April 25, 2022
May 23, 202
June 27, 2022
- Pizza and soda will be served at the in-person meetings
Two 30 minute talks at every meeting
- Please contact Erin (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you would like to present
- Great opportunity to elicit ideas from your peers about data and study design
- Great opportunity for trainees to ‘road test’ more lengthy talks