Stem Cells @ Lunch
Stem Cells @ Lunch is a fortnightly lunchtime Tuesday seminar series, hosted by the Centre for Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine as a forum for early career scientists to discuss together recent data and current topics in an informal setting. Visiting speakers are interviewed in our podcast series. Come join us, please click here to find out more.
Keeping the public up to date with current research taking place in the stem cell research community. Listen to guest speakers discuss their work, how they got to where they are today and their hopes for the future of stem cell research. Podcast is hosted by King's College London Centre for Stem Cells & Regenerative Medicine. Please click here to find out more.
Challenges in Image Analysis
Informal sessions held in the seminar room of the Centre for Stem Cells & Regenerative Medicine. We will discuss analysis issues and challenges on a specific subject chosen at the beginning of the session. No preparation necessary, just bring your laptop and ask advice from the community. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for additional details.
The series consists of research seminars by senior eminent national and international speakers from a wide variety of scientific backgrounds. These are perfect occasions to visit our centre and have a sense of our community and we would be delighted to show you around the stem cell hotel. The seminars take place in Seminar Room on the 28th floor of Tower Wing, Guy's Hospital, Guy's Campus once a month on different days, typically at 4pm. Come join us please click here to find out more.
Multiplexed image-based drug screening in patient tissues for systems immunology and oncology
12 November 2019, 16:00 to 17:00 Guy's Hospital, Guy's Campus, London
Speaker: Professor Dr Berend Snijder, ETH Zurich
Cellular life is complex. It is the result of a near-endlessly optimized dynamic molecular network where cells, their genomes, genes, proteins, metabolites, lipids, and the environment all continuously interact and influence each other in an intricate molecular dance. Complicating matters, we can typically only measure a small subset of the relevant players at the same time.
To decipher how cells work we, therefore, take a top-down point of view, focusing on combining large-scale functional data from image-based screens with large-scale molecular measurements, such as genome-wide transcript abundance and quantitative lipidomics measurements. This integration ensures that we start from a functional point of view, asking what functional differences there are between cells or between individual people, and then apply unbiased OMICs approaches to find and validate those systems that best explain our observations.
The Stem Cell Hotel team shortlisted for King's award
Congratulations to Dr Davide Danovi and the team from the Stem Cell Hotel who have been shortlisted for a King's award in the category for 'Excellence in Innovation and Impact'.
The winners of each category will be announced at the award ceremony held on 21 November in the Great Hall, Strand Campus.
Monday 2nd September 2019 - The Francis Crick Insitute - 9.30am - 7 PM
Kick-start your September by getting the brightest exposure to Light Microscopy discussing of image analysis bottlenecks and solutions, infrastructure and workflows, data integration and AI.
Join a mix of researchers from academia and biotech aiming at building pipelines to extract data from images towards translational applications. Solutions,plugins,methods: attendees invited to bring laptops and showcase.
Eventbrite link: imaging-and-data-analysis-for-translation-tickets