Are you planning to do a single cell RNA-seq (scRNA-seq) experiment?
Are you interested in exploring a scRNA-seq data on your own? This could be a dataset that’s been generated in your lab or is publicly available.
Do you need help with data management of a large scRNA-seq dataset?
Cellenics is a new tool designed specifically with wet-lab biologists in mind. It provides automatic data processing, pre-loaded interactive plots, a point-and-click interface to fully explore your data, together with the option to customize and export publication-quality figures. It is especially useful for researchers without access to a bioinformatician that are looking for a quick and easy way to run QC and analyze their own data.
At this event you will hear an introduction from Prof. Peter Kharchenko (HMS, DBMI, Broad) followed by an in-depth demonstration of the features available on the Cellenics platform. You will then have the opportunity to log in to Cellenics and get hands-on experience with a demo dataset. The Cellenics team will be available to answer your questions throughout and during the final Q&A session.
Research Staff, Faculty, Postdocs, and Grad Students interested in analyzing single cell RNA-seq data without help from a bioinformatician
May 5, 2022, 11:00 am to 1:00 pm