Single Cell Webinar

Mapping Interactomes: Precision Health through AI, Single-Cell, and Spatial Biology

June 20 at 8:00 AM PST

Live Webinar

Single-cell RNA sequencing (scRNA-seq) offers researchers comprehensive insights into biological systems and finds applications in diverse fields such as developmental biology, oncology, and immunology. Yet analyzing single cell data – and generating biological insights from these data – can be challenging because of the data processing and expertise required. 

Join our upcoming webinar to learn how to overcome these challenges with Trailmaker, our user-friendly cloud platform purpose-built for single cell data analysis. In this webinar, Kevin Byrd, DDS, Phd, and Research Assistant Professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,  will describe how he has used Trailmaker to simplify single cell data analysis in his research which explores the critical role of the inhalation interface—nose, mouth, throat, and lungs—in maintaining health from birth to death. His talk will highlight the unique cellular and molecular mechanisms within these tissues and the significant interplay between oral and respiratory systems. Leveraging advancements in artificial intelligence, single-cell biology, and spatial biology, this presentation will delve into how technologies like Trailmaker can suport efforts to unravel complex interactomes, revealing intricate immune and microbial interactions that underpin health and disease states.

What You Will Learn:

  • From FASTQ to Publication-Ready Figures: Learn how you can progress from raw data to insightful, publication-ready figures with just a few clicks with Trailmaker.

  • Cutting-Edge Research: Get insights into the groundbreaking work being conducted by Kevin Matthew Byrd and his team. 

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Kevin Matthew Byrd, DDS, PhD

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Assistant Professor

Vicky Morrison, PhD

Parse Biosciences

Senior Product Manager, Software

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