We can now look at single cells in exceptional detail, enabling us to create a Human Cell Atlas. Hear how this allows us to navigate from whole organs to individual cells, redefining our understanding of anatomy.
Laura Clarke studied bioinformatics at Leeds University before joining the Ensembl project in 2001, creating the genesets for the rat, macaque and platypus genomes. At EMBL-EBI, she established data coordination for the
1000 Genomes Project and other international collaborations such as Blueprint, HipSci and FAANG. She now focuses on the data coordination for the groundbreaking Human Cell Atlas project.
— This is a free and non-ticketed event.
Doors open at 18:45 so arrive early to avoid disappointment.
Starts at 19:00 and finish around 20:30.
Drinks and snacks will be available to purchase from the cafe.