A goal of the MRC Human Genetics Unit at the University of Edinburgh is to understand disease at the level of the gene, cell and cellular environment. Studying single cells is allowing us to characterize and understand cell states that are relevant to disease. We feel that the scientific community is now at an inflection point where the available experimental and analytical techniques will allow significant insight to be gained into the biology of human disease.
Session themes include single cell insights into human genetic disease and cancer, and emerging approaches to biological/mechanistic follow up of single cell findings.
Tamir Chandra – University of Edinburgh
Ana Cvejic – University of Cambridge
Naomi Habib – Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Muzlifah Haniffa – University of Newcastle
Neil Henderson – University of Edinburgh
Jean-Christophe Marine – VIB KU Leuven Center for Cancer Biology
John Marioni – EMBL-European Bioinformatics Institute
Kathy Niakan – Francis Crick Institute
Liz Patton – University of Edinburgh
Magnus Rattray – University of Manchester
Catalina Vallejos – University of Edinburgh