This webinar will be hosted live and available on-demand

Thursday, August 15, 2024
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM ET 

Single cell sequencing is a relatively recent approach that enables scientists to study biological pathways at unprecedented resolution. When preparing single cell suspensions for downstream experiments such as single cell RNA sequencing (scRNA-seq), researchers must optimize steps from cell dissociation through library preparation to get quality results.

In this Technique Talk brought to you by The Scientist, Arpita Kulkarni from Harvard Medical School’s Single Cell Core will share a practical guide on how to design a successful scRNA-seq experiment from the wet bench perspective. 

Learning Objectives

  • Types of single cell sequencing and different -omics that scientists can study at single cell resolution
  • Understanding the basics of scRNA-seq, how it differs from bulk RNA-seq, and when to choose this method over other approaches
  • Key sample preparation considerations and best practices for designing and carrying out a scRNA-seq workflow
  • Choosing scRNA-seq platforms and combining single cell sequencing with other technologies
  • Analyzing single cell data

Arpita Kulkarni, PhD

Arpita Kulkarni, PhD
Associate Director
Single Cell Core
Harvard Medical School

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