As part of the LifeTime initiative, The Aviesan Genetics, Genomics and Bioinformatics institute* (ITMO GGB)  organizes a one-day workshop devoted to advances in single-cell omics and imaging technologies.

Our goal is to focus on combinatorial approaches, i.e. multiple omics and/or imaging-based, and the perspectives they are opening in life sciences. The workshop will focus on every aspects of single cell analyses from (epi)genomic, transcriptomic and proteomic approaches to computational and imaging strategies.

This conference will provide opportunities to get up-to-date with the most recent data and technologies in the field. This meeting will provide a unique forum to bring together a broad group of scientists with expert knowledge in single-cell technologies and broad analyses at each individual cell.

We expect stimulating lectures on fascinating new topics, and new insights in already strong lines of research.




- Jan Philipp JUNKER ( Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine, Berlin, Germany)

- Mounia LAGHA ( Institut de génétique moléculaire de Montpellier, France)

- Melike LAKADAMYALI (University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, U.S.)

- Jeffrey MOFFITT ( Havard medical school, Boston, U.S.)

- Leïla PERIE (Institut Curie, Paris, France)

- Jean-Philippe VERT (Google Brain, Paris, France)


and the Keynote Speaker

 - Alexander VAN OUDENAARDEN (Hubrecht Institute, Netherlands)




Frédéric BOCCARD (ITMO GGB*, Paris)  - Catherine NGUYEN (ITMO GGB*, Paris)  - Marcello NÖLLMANN (Centre BIochimie Structurale, Montpellier)  - Françoise PULCINI (ITMO GGB*, Paris)  - Céline VALLOT ( Institut Curie, Paris)

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* Genetics, Genomics and Bioinformatics Multi-organization Thematic Institute (ITMO GGB)  from 
 * French national alliance for life sciences and health (Aviesan), 



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