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Cell Press webinars are curated and moderated by our editors to bring you closer to the expert researchers and future innovators in science. We want our network to be your network. It’s how we continue to work to create science that inspires.
Technologies that enable the analysis of gene expression at the single-cell level have revealed the heterogeneity of cell populations and the complexity of immune responses, and the T-SNE plot has quickly become a familiar sight in immunology research. In this webinar, we'll hear three talks that highlight advances made in distinct fields using single-cell sequencing technology. Shane Liddelow (NYU Langone) will discuss reactive astrocyte substates in inflammation and disease, Menna Clatworthy (University of Cambridge) will talk about how immune responses are generated within organs during homeostasis and disease, and Pandurangan Vijayanand (La Jolla Institute for Immunology) will highlight insights from single-cell analysis of airway T cells in severe asthma.
In this webinar, Sally Aitken (University of British Columbia) will discuss the local adaptations to climate in boreal tree populations, Aaron Comeault (Bangor University) will describe how he uses fruit flies to investigate how population evolve under different conditions, and Orly Razgour (Exeter University) focuses on the role of plasticity vs genetic adaptation in species response to climate change, mostly in bats.
Britt Koskella (UC Berkeley) will address how viruses might shape the host-associated microbiome more broadly and impact host health as a result, Bryan Hsu (Virginia Tech) will talk about the influence of natural and engineered phages on the gut microbiota. Paul Bollyky (Stanford University) will speak on how phage influence the human immune response to commensal and pathogenic bacteria.
Xiao Wang (Broad Institute of MIT), Ken Lau (Vanderbilt University), and Stefan Canzar (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany) will discuss ongoing advances in RNA-sequencing-based methods. Topics will include multimodal profiling of cell types and states, methods to improve quality estimation, and integration of computational approaches to visualize and interpret highly complex datasets.
In this Cell Press webinar, Félix Rey (Institut Pasteur, Paris), Michaela Gack (Cleveland Clinic Florida Research and Innovation Center) and Raul Andino (UCSF) will discuss recent progress and discoveries in understanding respiratory viruses. Topics will range from molecular mechanisms for viral infection to host-virus interactions and therapeutic development.
In this webinar, Giovanni Traverso (MIT), Laura Sepp-Lorenzino (Intellia Therapeutics), and Ryan Flynn (Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard University) will discuss how RNA has entered the forefront of emerging therapeutics, requiring new fundamental approaches to predictive modeling and design of RNA, RNA delivery platforms, and clinical use.
In this webinar, Arun Kumar (Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovation, Oslo), Dirk Grimm (University of Heidelberg), and Chandy John (Indiana University) will cover next-generation vaccines and therapeutics for COVID with distinct advantages over those currently approved, as well as global challenges for health care systems to make these medications widely available.
In this Cell Press webinar, Shannon Mumenthaler (University of Southern California), Effie Bastounis (University of Tübingen), and Stefano Di Talia (Duke University) will discuss the biological insights they’ve learned from observing the tumor microenvironment, host-pathogen interactions in the context of bacterial infections, and the dynamics of appendage regeneration.