28 mai 2024

Next-gen single-cell omics workshop 2024

(Anglais uniquement) Are you ready to explore the cutting-edge of single-cell technologies and their applications in biomedicine? Then join us for our next-gen single-cell omics workshop! A one-day, single-track event bringing together decision makers from the pharma and biotech industries, clinicians, start-ups, regulatory experts, and research organizations.

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You will have the opportunity to network, learn, and collaborate with the best in the business: from decision makers in the pharma and biotech industries to clinicians, start-ups, regulatory experts, and research organizations.

Whether you are interested in discovering new solutions, developing new products, or overcoming new challenges, this workshop is for you. You will learn how single-cell technologies are transforming complex 3D models and tissue studies, enabling a deeper understanding of cell behaviour and function in drug testing, regenerative medicine, and clinical diagnostics. And how to:

  • Accelerate the translation of emerging solutions into clinical and therapeutical development applications
  • Develop innovative products or services based on groundbreaking technologies
  • Overcome barriers associated with the adoption of new methods and technologies in a regulated environment

Practical information

📍 Venue: Switzerland Innovation Park Basel Area, Hegenheimermattweg 167D, 4123 Allschwil
⏱️ Date & time: Tuesday, May 28 2024, from 9:00 until 17:30
🗣️ Event language: English

Program

07:00

Registration

07:30

Opening session

07:55

Keynote lecture

"Mind blowing science enabled by industry-leading single-cell and spatial technologies"
Ben Hindson, Co-Founder and Chief Scientific Officer, 10x Genomics

08:30

Coffee break

09:00

Lectures: Single-cell handling and analysis

  • "Lessons learned from single cell sequencing: a smart beginning ensures meaningful results" - Lilian Martínez, Miltenyi Biotec
  • "Direct and rapid target discovery from active immune environments using unique single-cell profiling" - Sami Ellouze, HiFi Bio
  • "Unveil marvels of uncharted single cell transcriptome with the Luthor family" - Stephane Barges, Lexogen
  • "Picodroplets for cell line engineering: a novel automation approach" - Richard Hammond, Sphere Fluidics

10:00

Lunch break

11:30

Lectures: Single-cell data and artificial intelligence

  • "Probing single-cell biology ex vivo for personalized systems immunology" - Berend Snijder & Tim Heinemann, ETHZ & CSEM
  • "Insights from using large language models with single cell data for drug target identification” - Michal Pikusa, Novartis 
  • "Leveraging AI-driven insights from single cell data to accelerate and de-risk clinical trials" - Sukalp Muzumdar, Scailyte
  • "Heterogeneous and novel transcript expression in single cells of patient-derived ccRCC organoids" - Abdullah Kahraman, FHNW and David Stucki, PacBio

12:30

Coffee break

13:00

Lectures: Biopharma and clinical applications

  • "Application of scRNA-seq in early clinical development: insights from a cancer immunotherapy use case" - Petra Schwalie, Roche
  • "Long-read single-cell RNA-sequencing with FLASH-seq-ONT" - Simone Picelli, IOB
  • "Understanding the need for single cell data in clinical studies" - Mattheus Wildschut, CSL
  • "Leveraging single-cell and spatial data for precision oncology" - Raphael Gottardo, CHUV

14:15

Closing & networking aperitif

Advisory board

CSEM Logo with claim
Logo CSL Behring
Logo Hamilton
Logo Miltenyi Biotec
Logo FHNW - Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz
Logo Roche

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