Emerging genomics technology such as CRISPR gene-editing and single-cell sequencing provide us with increasing resolution to unravel the dynamic biology in human health and diseases. Our group aim to develop computation-optimized CRISPR designs for cell barcoding and editing that allows the probing of cancer biology at single-cell resolution. This “experimental + data-analytical” toolkit will enable studies on cancer cell evolution and interaction, as well as potential applications in gene therapy, immunology, and other fields. Ultimately, our long-term goal is to work collaboratively with our collaborating teams to bridge advances in gene-editing, genomics, and data science.
The Workshop is held from 1:30-2:50pm in Clark S361, Stanford, unless otherwise specified on the calendar at the link below.
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