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Dernière mise à jour : Mai 2018

SAVE THE DATES: four webinars in 2021 - October 19th, November 9th, November 23rd, November 30th!

Microgenomics 2021 is postponed to 2022 but four FREE webinars (registration mandatory) will be held this fall.

Aims and Topics

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Oocyte selected for Laser Microdissection

With the postponement of Microgenomics 2021 until the fall of 2022, four webinars (FREE OF CHARGE BUT REGISTRATION MANDATORY) are being organized on October 19th, November 9th, November 23rd and November 30th on the symposium's topics: today's challenge: understanding and analysing molecular targets within a given cell type in the tissue environment or liquid biopsies - isolating cells, extracellular vesicles (EV) or molecules - working on very small quantities of biological material.


Internationally renowned speakers, experts in their field, will be presenting an overview of the present knowledge for obtaining high quality cells, extracellular vesicles (EV) or molecules whether in plants, animals or humans.

 

Symposium News

3rd international Symposium on Microgenomics 2021 Webinar Series

SAVE THE DATES!

Participation free of charge but mandatory.

15.00-17.30 Central European Time
October 19th    -> New Advances in Sampling Methods
November 9th  -> Circulating Biomarkers & Extracellular Vesicles
November 23rd -> Single-Cell Analytics
November 30th -> New Approaches for Microgenomics Analyses

 A round table discussion will close each webinar.

For more information, the exact programmes of each webinar and registration, click here.

Note: You must register for each webinar separately. A registration link for each webinar is on the corresponding webinar page (see above).

The INRAE Livestorm system works the best when using the following browser versions: Chrome +60, Firefox +71, Opera +60, Safari +12.1, Edge +79

Many thanks to our GOLD Sponsor for their support

And to our regular sponsor!

Fluidigm

 

Symposium Highlights

Souvenirs from  Microgenomics 2014 & 2016

Visit the previous Microgenomics Symposia web sites.

https://www6.inrae.fr/microgenomics-2014

 

https://www6.inrae.fr/microgenomics-2016

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Invited Speakers

Pamela PINZANI

Associate Professor of Clinical Biochemistry Clinical and Molecular Biochemistry Laboratory Careggi University Hospital

Department of Biomedical, Experimental and Clinical Sciences University of Florence, Italy

Alexandra WHALE

Science Leader Nucleic-Acid Research Group

LGC, the National Measurement Institute for Chemical and Bioanalytical measurements UK

Lukas VALIHRACH

Senior Researcher, Laboratory of Gene Expression

Institute of Biotechnology, Czech Academy of Sciences

An HENDRIX

Assistant Professor, Group leader at Cancer Research Insitute

Ghent University, Belgium

Ronan DOYLE

Assistant Professor

Clinical Research Department London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, UK

Joakim LUNDEBERG

Professor, Department of Gene Technology, SciLifeLab

KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

Daniel ROSENBERG

Professor and Investigator, Center for Molecular Oncology

Uconn Health, Uconn School of Medicine, Center for Molecular Oncology Connecticut, USA

Amanda KEDAIGLE

Computational Biologist

Stanley Center, Broad Institute Arlotta Lab, Harvard University Massachusetts, USA

Simon CARDING

Leader of the Gut Microbes and Health Research Programme

Quadrum Institute Bioscience, Norwich UK

Joe FOLEY

Principal Investigator

Stanford University School of Medicine California, USA

Jo VANDESOMPLE

Professor in Functional Cancer Genomics and Applied Bioinformatics

Ghent University, Belgium

Sophie ROME

Scientific Director

Department of Human Nutrition INRAE, France

Stephen CLARK

Investigator

Babraham Institute, Babraham Research Institute Cambridge, UK

Lance LIOTTA

University Professor Co-Director of the Center for Applied Proteomics and Molecular Medicine Medical Director, Clinical Proteomics Lab

College of Science George Mason University Virginia, USA

Michael PFAFFL

Principal Investigator Animal Physiology & Immunology School of Life Sciences

Life Science Center Weihenstephan Technical University of Munich Munich, Germany

Mikael KUBISTA

Head of the Department of Gene Expression

Institute of Biotechnology Czech Academy of Science Czech Republic

Daan NOORDERMEER

Leader of the Chromatin Dynamics Groups, I2BC

Institute for Integrative Biology of the Cell, CNRS, France

Our Sponsors

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Accelerating advances in small and single-cell sample analyses, including miRNA profiling, by leveraging our high-performance digital PCR and NGS solutions and integrated bioinformatics

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Development and manufacturing of ddPCR and Single-Cell Analysis solutions