The vast complexities of biology require approaches that build a complete picture, from single cells to tissues and beyond. At 10x Genomics, we provide single cell and spatial solutions that enable researchers to drive the leading edge of what’s possible and resolve highly complex biological systems while bringing into focus the details that matter most.
Join us for this webinar to learn how Chromium Single Cell and Visium Spatial solutions from 10x Genomics have been incorporated into environmental health–related studies. Additionally, discover how 10x Genomics technologies can help push the boundaries of your research. Uncover molecular insights, dissect cell-type differences, investigate the adaptive immune system, detect novel subtypes and biomarkers, and map the epigenetic landscape cell by cell. Gain deeper insight into cancer, immunology, neuroscience, developmental biology, and environmental health. 10x Genomics gives researchers the ability to see biology at true resolution.
Following the webinar, a one-hour panel discussion with 10x Genomics experts will be held for postdoctoral and graduate student trainees from the BCM-CPEH and the GC-CPEH programs. During the panel discussion, we will take questions from the trainees while discussing experimental design, sample preparation, and sequencing optimization. We have budgeted 15–20 minutes for each topic. General audience members may stay and join this discussion.
2–3pm: General webinar for all audiences, 10x Genomics single cell and spatial technology in the context of environmental health, presented by Spence Fast, with live Q&A (~40 minute presentation with time for Q&A)
3–4pm: Panel discussion with 10x Genomics experts. Trainee education for postdocs and graduate students. Topics for discussion (each topic to last ~15–20 minutes; final panelists to be determined) will include the following:
- Experimental design
- Choosing an assay
- Replicates: How many do I need?
- Other logistics and open forum Q&A
- Sample preparation
- Core concepts of sample prep
- Whole cell or nuclei?
- Open forum Q&A
- Sequencing considerations
- How many reads do I need?
- What platform should I sequence on?
- Open forum Q&A