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Single cell, systems biology and data analytics approaches to understand cellular mechanisms in development and disease

The symposium will present excellent research using various "-omics" methods, mostly on single cell level, that are used to understand, amongst others, brain and hematopoietic development, plant stem cells or cancer progression. International invited speakers and researchers of the DFG funded RTG2344 of the University of Freiburg will present and discuss their latest research results in talk and poster sessions.

„MeInBio“ is an interdisciplinary life science/bioinformatics PhD training group at the University Freiburg, Germany, funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG). To address open questions of transcriptional control in transitory developmental or adaptation states, MeInBio researchers employ high-throughput sequencing approaches at single cell level or in small cell numbers and advance bioinformatic algorithms for experimental planning and analyses. PhD students are trained in both, wet-laboratory biology and bioinformatics approaches.
From October 04-06, 2023, MeInBio will proudly host the symposium “Single cell, systems biology and data analytics approaches to understand cellular mechanisms in development and disease”. The symposium will present excellent research using various -omics methods that are used to understand, amongst others, brain and hematopoietic development, plant stem cells or cancer progression. In addition, the symposium will give extended networking opportunities.


Webseite:
https://www.meinbio.uni-freiburg.de/rtg2344-symposium-2023

Interne Verantwortlichkeit:
Anatomisches Institut Abt.f.Molekulare Embryologie

Veranstaltende Institution(en):
GRK2344

Kontakt:
Dr. Christine Hacker
203-5105
christine.hacker@anat.uni-freiburg.de