AACR Annual Meeting

AACR will host two virtual meetings this year, the first on April 27-28 and the second on June 22-24.
Free registration and more information here: AACR Virtual Annual Meeting

Spatial Omics

  • Overview: Imaging based spatial omics technologies, Ahmet F. Coskun (GeorgiaTech),
    April 10th @ 3pm US EST
  • Overview: NGS-based spatial omics technologies, Rong Fan (Yale),
    April 17th @ 3pm US EST
  • Research: Multiplexed imaging of nucleome architectures in single cells of mammalian tissue, Steven Yang (GeorgiaTech),
    April 24th @ 3pm US EST
  • Research: High-spatial-resolution multi-omics atlas sequencing of mouse embryonic organogenesis, Yan Liu & Mingyu Yang (Yale),
    May 1st @ 3pm US EST
  • Journal club: single-cell and spatial analysis of infectious diseases, Kristen Albrecht (Yale),
    May 8th @ 3pm US EST
  • Research: STvEA for annotation and analysis of spatially resolved proteomics datasets, Kiya Govek (UPenn),
    May 15th @ 3pm US EST
ZOOM Link: https://zoom.us/j/5948746137

Connect Science Virtual Seminar Series

"The DF/HCC Connect:Science seminar series offers remote participation through Zoom to pull our community of faculty, trainees, and lab staff together during this difficult time and it promotes engagement during these next several weeks."

These seminars are organized by Harvard Connect Science and focus mostly on cancer biology and immune oncology with an amazing list of speakers. Seminars are live streamed and recorded through Zoom. Recordings of past seminars are available.

Advancing Science: A Virtual Oncology Conference

"New technologies are enabling discoveries that advance our understanding of how tumors develop, evade the immune system, and progress. This virtual conference brings together research professionals, scientists, and clinicians from around the world to learn and discuss recent advances in cancer research with a focus on biomarker discovery, immuno-oncology and clinical applications across all cancer types."

Free online seminars: May 19-20, 2020. Starts at 5a.m. US Pacific Time. It will remain open for 12 months from the date of the live event.

SIB Days 2020

FOR SIB MEMBERS ONLY: The annual meeting of the Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics (SIB) is "virtually" happening on June 9-10
Free registration and more information here: SIB Days 2020

Evolution and Ecology seminar series

"Bringing isolated scientists together with online Evolution & Ecology seminars"

Live seminars streamed on Zoom. Check out the announcements on Twitter at the link above.

Fragile Nucleosome Webinar series

"Fragile Nucleosome (aka #FragileNucleosome) is a new online discussion group for scientists interested in chromatin and gene regulation."

Live seminars streamed on Zoom and video of past seminars organized by Christine Cucinotta, Hanneke Vlaming, Melvin Noe Gonzalez, Pravrutha Raman, Ben Martin and Vlad Teif. Check out the list of seminars at the link above.