This one-day workshop is designed for research scientists who are new spatial users. This lecture and hands-on in silico laboratory workshop will provide foundational information to succeed when starting experiments; from sample preparation to data analysis, as well as provide familiarity with available assays, analysis tools, and how to work with your Single Cell or Bioinformatics core to get the desired results.
Lecture and Hands-on Interactive Training
Team taught by active researchers
Thumbnail drive with Lectures and Workshop material
Space limited to 24 participants
Registration Fee: $349
"Very informative workshop with a very knowledgable lecturer. Covered the various aspects of NGS and provided guidance I needed."
Marquita Gittens-St. Hilaire
University of the West Indies (Cave Hill)
"It was my first experience with professional development workshop in the USA. I liked it a lot. It was well organized, flexible and friendly. It helped to put in order my preceding knowledge and gain more."
Larisa Ryzhara, MD, PhD
Staff Scientist II
Maine Medical Center Research Institute
"This was a great workshop to become acquainted with Next Generation Sequencing Technologies and applications. I would highly recommend this course to anyone interested in an in-depth hands-on course covering relevant NGS bioinformatics and command line tools. Great experience!"
Henry M. Jackson Foundation
for the Advancement of Military Medicine
"Great investment. Took material that would have taken months to compile and perfect on my own, and packed it into 3 days."
University of Central Florida
- Core Perspective: Getting Started with Spatial Experiments
- Spatial Overview:Lecture - Introduction to Visium Spatial Transcriptomics
- Demos - Visium CytAssist Dry Demo, Loupe Browser
- Introduction to Xenium In-Situ Analyzer and Xenium Explorer Analysis Tool
- Bioinformatics Lab - Crash Course on Spatial Analysis with 3rd party tools/Understanding what you want out of your data
- Dr. Mike Kelly, NCI SCAF
- Dr. Abdalla Abdelmaksoud, NCI CCR Bioinformatics
- Jeff Bylund 10x Spatial STA
- Brad Toms, 10x STA