Single Cell Summer Workshop
Our core organizes a yearly workshop in single cell genomics to provide both experimental and computational training to students, postdocs and staff that are interested in learning these techniques for their research projects. The course takes place over 4 days and includes 2 days of hands-on experimental training and lectures, followed by 2 days on data analysis methods. By the end of the course the users will be familiar with performing single cell sequencing experiments and analyzing data from DNA and RNA technologies. To find out more information on the summer course and registration materials, please click here.
TXSC Weekly Seminar Series
The core organizes a weekly seminar series on Fridays from 4-5 p.m. at MD Anderson that focuses on research related to single cell genomics. The seminar series is open to all researchers in the Texas Medical Center (TMC) and includes attendees and speakers from Baylor, University of Houston, Texas A&M, Methodist and Texas Children’s Hospital. For more information on the seminar series and speaker schedule, please click here.
Gulf Coast Consortium (GCC) for Single Cell Omics
The GCC is a cluster of researchers across the TMC institutes that are interested in developing and applying single cell sequencing technologies for research applications. The GCC organizes a yearly single cell symposium, networking activities and has regular meetings with members across the TMC. The GCC is chaired by Rui Chen (Baylor), Nicholas Navin (MD Anderson) and Luay Nakhleh (Rice University). For more information, please visit the GCC Single Cell Omics website.