You are invited to a Lunch & Learn on immunology research at our Cambridge, UK facility.
In this Lunch & Learn, Dr. Blagoje Soskic from the Wellcome Sanger Institute will discuss how chromatin activity identifies T cell states driving complex diseases. Dr. Rachel Botting from Newcastle University will follow with a presentation on decoding fetal liver haematopoiesis.
After the Lunch & Learn we will offer a lab session at our Cambridge facility to demonstrate how to efficiently isolate and analyse immune cell types for successful downstream applications.
Shuttle buses have been organized from two central locations: Cambridge central station and Addenbrookes CUH Hospital. These buses will bring you to the STEMCELL facility in Waterbeach and then return to your pick-up location after the lab session.
Space is limited. Register to reserve your spot.
Can’t attend? Register to request a recording of the event.
Thursday January 16, 2020
Lunch & Learn 11:00 - 14:00*
Lab session 14:00 - 15:30
*Lunch will be provided for all participants.
- Dr. Blagoje Soskic, Wellcome Sanger Institute
Chromatin Activity at GWAS Loci Identifies T Cell States Driving Complex Immune Diseases
- Dr. Rachel Botting, Newcastle University
Decoding Human Fetal Liver Haematopoiesis
- Graeme Milton, STEMCELL Technologies
Tools and Reagents for Immune Cell Research
- T cell isolation from human whole blood samples
- Techniques for dead cell removal
- Observation of T cells in culture
STEMCELL Technologies, Building 7100
Cambridge Research Park, Beach Drive, Waterbeach, Cambridge CB25 9TL