Edinburgh Genomics Roadshow

Monday, 29 April 2019 at QMRI, Wellcome Auditorium, Little France

Edinburgh Genomics is hosting our second Roadshow event to showcase both user research and recent developments within the Facility. Announcements will include our new ONT PromethION, low input RNA-seq library prep and the NovaSeq SP flow cell. As the University's sequencing facility, we are here to help support your research, so take advantage of this free event and learn more about what we can offer you. The afternoon will host a range of speakers from a variety of disciplines to cover a broad spectrum of research that Edinburgh Genomics supports. This event will take place on the 29th of April at the Queen's Medical Research Institute, Little France.

We look forward to seeing you there!



13.30: Welcome talk 

14.00: Philippa Saunders, Using sequence analysis to shed new light on scarless repair of the endometrium

14.30: Melanie Clerc, Studying the human respiratory microbiome in health and disease

15.00: Coffee/tea

15.30: Ross Dobie, Using single cell transcriptomics to investigate mechanisms of liver fibrosis and repair

16.00: Jeanette Baran-Gale, Picking apart the mechanisms driving thymic involution: cell by cell

16.30: Edinburgh Genomics summary and close