Single Cell Analysis Congress 2013
Organization: Oxford Global
Venue: Excel London
|Event Date/Time: Nov 18, 2013 / 7:30 am - (GMT)||End Date/Time: Nov 19, 2013 / 5:40 pm - (GMT)|
The Single Cell Analysis congress is the single most senior-level focused event in Europe, dedicated to key technological and scientific advances in single cell analysis. As the only conference to bring together all the experts in the field, this exciting meeting is a must attend.
In keeping with Oxford Global’s highly successful life sciences series, an expert panel of 20 speakers will present a full conference programme covering the topics outlined below. These topics have been compiled as a result of a comprehensive research process undertaken with advisory board members including Professors and Directors from leading research institutes.
Our internationally renowned speakers will look at advances in single cell analysis and breakthrough technologies including amplification and isolation methods. Discover innovative solutions for integrating proteomics and metabolomics information. Our panel of experts will explore the application of single cell genomics in a range of therapeutic areas and corresponding implications in clinical and diagnostic development. Do not miss out on the latest developments in single cell sequencing and transcriptome analysis of single cells, as well as case studies on quantitative imaging.
Co-located with the prestigous 5th Annual Next Generation Sequencing Congress, over two days 400 senior level experts from internationally renowned academic institutions and leading pharmaceutical organisations will be bought together to create an interactive platform for high-level scientific and business discussion on the future of single cell analysis. The congress will feature over 20 stimulating presentation, world class key note addresses and ample networking opportunities.
The event will be co-located with the prestigious 5th Annual Next Generation Sequencing Congress, a high level meeting featuring case study presentations from clinical research institutions, pharmaceutical companies and food/nutrition companies that explore the key strategies in using next generation sequencing technologies & platforms.
- Steve Potter, Professor, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Centre
- Joakim Lundeberg, Professor and Director National Genomics Infrastructure, KTH Royal Institute of Technology Science for Life Laboratory, Stockholm
- Alan Walker, Staff Scientist, Pathogen Genomics Group, Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, Hinxton
- Justin Pachebat, Senior Lecturer Microbial Genomics, IBERS, Penglais Campus, Aberystwyth University
- Emmanuel Fort, Professor, Institut Langevin, ESPCI ParisTech, Université Paris Diderot
- Charles Wang, Director, Functional Genomics Core, Beckman Research Institute, Associate Research Professor, Dept of Molecular & Cellular Biology, City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center
· Oscar Ces, Co-Chair of the Institute of Chemical Biology, Imperial College London, Director of the Institute of Chemical Biology Centre for Doctoral Training
· David Bensimon, Professor, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris & Department Chemistry & Biochemistry, UCLA
- Rachel Errington, Reader in Biomolecular Imaging and Systems Cytometry, School of Medicine, Cardiff University
- Wolfgang Losert, Associate Professor, University of Maryland
- Joseph Irudayaraj, Professor, Purdue University
- Jan Eijkel, Professor, University of Twente
- Thomas Kroneis, Head of Research Unit for Single Cell Analysis, Medical University of Graz
- Thierry Voet, Head of the Laboratory of Reproductive Genomics, KU Leuven
- Deri Tomos, Professor, Bangor University
- Laurent Gautier, DMAC, Head, Technnical University Denmark
- Valesca Boisguérin Head of Medical Genomics, TRON (Translational Oncology), Mainz, Germany
- Julie Audet, Associate Professor, University of Toronto
- Anders Ståhlberg, Assistant Professor, University of Gothenburg
- Huw Summers, Professor of Nanotechnology for Health & Head of the Systems & Process Engineering Centre, Swansea University
- (Reserved) Anoja Perera, Lab Manager, Stowers Institute