- Job Opportunity
Interested in a PhD or post-doc in bioinformatics? Eager to engage in cutting-edge research in computational epigenomics in a starting lab at Saarland University? Check out this opportunity!
Job posting (English)
- Paper: Single-cell transcriptomic landscape of the developing human spinal cord
Excited to share this article describing the single-cell transcriptional landscape of the developing human spinal cord. Great work led by Jimena Andersen and Nick Thom in the Pasca lab with bioinformatic support from our lab.
https://t.co/MIzkkNMPJk (open access)
- Teaching: Computational Methods for Epigenome Analysis (2022)
We will be teaching workshop (special lecture in bioinformatics (4 CPs)) on the practical analysis of epigenome data. WIn this workshop you will gather hands-on exprience in the analysis of sequencing data for profiling gene expression, DNA methylation, histone modifications and chromatin accessibility. More details can be found on the lecture website.
- New Preprint: Landscape of human spinal cord cell type diversity at midgestation
New work led by Jimena Andersen and Nick Thom at Sergiu Pasca’s lab in Stanford uncovers the diverse landscape of the developing human spinal cord and a surprisingly early diversification of motor neurons. Our lab was involved in guiding and performing bioinformatics analysis.
- Teaching: Single-Cell Bioinformatics
We will be teaching a special lecture in bioinformatics (9 CPs) on the hot topic of computational methods for single-cell analyses. We will be coving methods and topics from the fields of single-cell transcriptomics, genomics, and epigenomics. Together with the Keller lab we are offering the lecture “Single-cell Bioinformatics”. More details can be found on the lecture website.