[SIB-courses] SIB/NBIS Summer School "Advanced Topics in Single Cell Analysis", 30 August-3 September 2021, streamed

Gregoire Rossier Gregoire.Rossier at sib.swiss
Thu Jun 10 14:42:40 CEST 2021

Dear all,

We are pleased to announce the following event co-organized by SIB<https://www.sib.swiss/> and NBIS<https://www.nbis.se/>:

Summer School “Advanced Topics in Single Cell Analysis”<https://www.sib.swiss/training/course/20210830_ASCTR>

This event will take place online from Monday 30 August to Friday 3 September 2021. We planned to host it on site, but due to the still uncertain COVID-19 situation and because of time constraints of the organizational process, we had to switch to an online format.

In recent years, single-cell transcriptomics has become a widely used technology to study heterogeneous and dynamic biological systems. The goal of this joint School is to provide PhD students and postdocs with theoretical and mostly hands-on knowledge on selected advanced topics in Single Cell analysis. In particular, the participants will be split in small groups to develop mini projects. The following topics have been selected:
•  scRNAseq & Spatial Transcriptomics
•  scRNAseq & RNA Velocity and Trajectory
•  Integrative analysis of single-cell multi-omic data
•  Deep Learning for scRNAseq analysis

After application, you will receive a link to complete a survey, where you will among others indicate your preferred topics. Confirmation of your registration will be decided after evaluating all the surveys.

Further detailed information, prerequisites and application form are available here<https://www.sib.swiss/training/course/20210830_ASCTR>. Please carefully read the course description and prerequisites before applying as this is an advanced course.

Should you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at training at sib.swiss<mailto:training at sib.swiss>.

Best regards,

Grégoire Rossier, SIB Training group
Jessica Lindvall, NBIS

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