The Human Lung Cell Atlas
The human cell atlas is a systematic characterisation of the cellular landscape of the human body. This talk discusses how this allows identification of new cell types, characterisation of specific molecular phenotypes and how the cellular landscape of airway wall is altered in asthma.
- To discuss the roadmap of the human cell atlas
- To review HCA-Lung and integrated lung cell atlas
- To gain knowledge of the effects of technical and demographic variables
- To understand the cellular heterogeneity
Professor Martijn C.Nawijn is a professor in functional genetics of chronic respiratory disease at the GRIAC research institute, University of Groningen Medical Center, Groningen, The Netherlands.
Over the past 8 years, Professor Nawjin has studied the disease process in far greater detail using single-cell technologies , and acts as a coordinator for the Lung Bionetwork of the Human Cell Atlas consortium.
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