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Dr. Ru Gunawardane, Ph.D., Executive Director of the Allen Institute for Cell Science, presents, “Creating an Image-based Map of Cell States from Pluripotency through Differentiation”

April 13 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Dr. Ru Gunawardane 4-13 talk

The UW Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine Center will continue to offer its weekly seminar online in a live (synchronously) format, so that you, as all can continue to participate in the Q & A session in real time.

To connect and join our live Tuesday Stem Cell Seminar Series (now online), please click on this public link (be sure to allow mic / video access when prompted in browser): https://us.bbcollab.com/guest/872ec396918e4a2c825824e04f21bd01

We do encourage you all to review the instructions, linked below, in order to orient yourselves to this online platform environment. You are also welcome to jump into the room and test your ability to connect, including turning on your audio and video, prior to the scheduled event time. Our center’s Administrator, Hollie, will be in the room starting at 11:00 AM CT  the day of and can offer assistance as time allows.

If you have any questions, please contact Hollie: hjthomps@medicine.wisc.edu

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Creating an Image-based Map of Cell States from Pluripotency through Differentiation


Dr. Ru Gunawardane, Ph.D.
Executive Director of the Allen Institute for Cell Science


The Allen Institute for Cell Science is creating dynamic and integrated visual models of cell organization to understand and predict cellular behavior. In this presentation, learn about the tools and approaches we use to create these data-driven models in hiPSCs and how we are conjoining cell organization with gene expression to understand cell states during differentiation. The presentation will also highlight the open data and analysis tools, cell lines, and other resources available from the Allen Institute for Cell Science.


April 13
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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