Cellular Lineages and Development: from single cells to landscapes
Our increasing ability to sequence and track single cells has further emphasized the stochastic and dynamic nature of cell-state transitions.
We are slowly developing a more comprehensive picture of the complex nature of such decisions, which are particularly evident during development, with close parallels in cancer. New theoretical and experimental approaches to understand self-organization, cell-cell heterogeneity, as well as lineage correlations in both development and cancer, have been advancing over the past few years. This conference will be focused on a discussion of such new results as well as challenges in the field.
LOCATION AND DATE:
November 1st to 4th, 2022
PARTIAL LIST OF SPEAKERS:
- Naama Brenner, Technion
- Luciano Marcon, Andalusian Centre for Developmental Biology
- Yogesh Goyal, Northwestern
- Silvia Santos, Crick Institute
- Philipp Thomas, Imperial College
More information will be added soon!