Hans Popper Basic Science State-of-the-Art Lecture
Friday, November 12th
Time: 10:30 - 11:00 AM EST
About the Session
Single-cell genomics approaches are transforming our understanding of disease pathogenesis, allowing powerful, unbiased exploration of cell states and types at single-cell resolution, resulting in unexpected novel insights into tissue biology and disease mechanisms. In this lecture I will describe how we and others have harnessed these approaches to help decode the cellular and molecular mechanisms driving human liver disease.
- Understand how the liver field is harnessing single cell genomics approaches to increase our knowledge of the cellular and molecular mechanisms driving human liver disease.
- Appreciate the range of cutting-edge single cell genomics modalities currently being deployed in the field, such as single cell RNA sequencing and spatial transcriptomics.
- Understand how application of these cutting-edge approaches are informing and accelerating the development of rational new therapies for patients with liver disease.