Satellite Symposium

Society for Developmental Biology 77th Annual Meeting
Portland, OR, July 20-24, 2018

Constructing a Multiscale, Multimodal Atlas
Friday, July 20, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
Organizers: Jonah Cool (Chan Zuckerberg Initiative) and Richard Conroy (National Institutes of Health) 


Single Cell Analysis of Development and Differentiation
8:30-8:45 Jonah Cool, Chan Zuckerberg Initiative
What is an atlas and why is it so important to build?

8:45-9:05 Michelle Chan, University of California, San Francisco
Molecular recording of cell lineage during mammalian embryogenesis with single cell methods

9:05-9:25 Samantha Morris, Washington University in St. Louis
Single-cell analysis of clonal dynamics in direct lineage reprogramming

9:25-9:45 Alain Chedotal, Institut de la Vision
Towards a 3D atlas of human development

9:45-10:05 Aparna Bhaduri, University of California, San Francisco
Spatiotemporal trajectories of human brain development

10:05-10:25 Panel Discussion

10:25-10:50 Break

Building a Multimodal Developmental Atlas
10:50-11:10 Jeff Moffitt, Harvard University
In situ, single-cell transcriptomics in cell culture and tissue

11:10-11:30 Srigokul Upadhyayula, Harvard University
Rapid nanoscale imaging of entire cortical columns and whole brains via expansion microscopy and lattice light sheet

11:30-11:50 Michael Elowitz, California Institute of Technology

11:50-12:10 Wendy Robinson, University of British Columbia
Cell types of the placenta and their unique genomic features

12:10-12:30 Panel Discussion

12:30-1:30 Lunch on your own

Computational Challenges of Constructing an Atlas
1:30-1:50 Rahul Satija, New York Genome Center
Integrated analysis of single cell data across modalities, technologies, and species

1:50-2:10 Molly Maleckar, Allen Institute for Cell Science
Human stem cell organization: new methods to capture variation and to integrate cells

2:10-2:30 Jeremy Freeman, Chan Zuckerberg Initiative
Analyzing and visualizing atlases across modalities and scales

2:30-2:50 Peter Kharchenko, Harvard University
Analysis of transcriptional dynamics with single-cell data

2:50-3:10 Panel Discussion

3:10-3:15 Concluding Remarks