First Yale Annual Single Cell Symposium
First Annual Yale Single Cell Symposium
The purpose of this Symposium is to offer a platform for trainees to present their cutting-edge research in the field of single cell omics and to excite the Yale and greater academic community about single-cell research. This Symposium hopefully will also serve as an excellent networking opportunity among faculty and trainees interested in this field.
We will have two exciting keynote speakers for the event: Dr. Naftali Kaminski, the Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Professor of Medicine and Section Chief of Pulmonary, Critical Care & Sleep Medicine at Yale School of Medicine; and Dr. Dana Pe’er, the Chair of Computational and Systems Biology Program at the Sloan Kettering Institute and the Scientific Director of the Alan and Sandra Gerry Metastasis and Tumor Ecosystems Center.
We anticipate having trainees (this includes undergraduate and graduate students as well as post-doctoral candidates) present their research in 15-minute time blocks.
Single Cell Research in Progress Trainee Organizing Committee
Chair: Amy Zhao. Vice Chairs: Linda Chan, Alexandre Jourdon, Mario Skarica, Holly Steach, Victoria Habet