Special Seminar | Dr Geoffrey McDermott (10x Genomics)
The MHTP Medical Genomics Facility has recently acquired a 10x Chromium Controller for enabling multiomic single cell analyses. Hudson Institute has been selected as one of only two research institutes in Australia to participate in a fellowship program offered jointly by Millennium Science and 10x Genomics. Hudson scientists wishing to utilise single cell genomics in their research may apply to receive individualised training, significant discounts on reagent purchases and project planning assistance.
To learn more about 10x Genomics technology and the fellowship program, you are invited to attend an introductory seminar presented by Dr Geoffrey McDermott from 10x Genomics.
Time | 10.00–11.00 Thursday, 18 November
Title | Access the full richness of biological complexity with single cell and spatial multiomics
Abstract | As we navigate a century where transformative advances in biology and medicine will reshape the way we deliver human health, researchers need approaches that can keep up with the fast pace of their science. At 10x Genomics, we provide single cell and spatial solutions that enable researchers to drive the leading edge of what’s possible. Join us for this seminar and explore how these technologies can advance your research. Resolve highly complex biological systems, while bringing into focus the details that matter most. Explore biology at true resolution.
Presenter | Dr Geoffrey McDermott, Science and Technology Advisor, 10x Genomics, Australia
Biography | Geoff has spent his career working at the crossroads of chemistry, biology, and microfluidics to help drive early-stage research concepts into successful scientific ventures. He earned his BSc in Forensic Science and his PhD in Chemistry from Deakin University, Australia. Geoff is an early-stage employee of 10x Genomics and is currently a Science and Technology Advisor based in Australia. Prior to this role, he held a senior position within R&D at 10x Genomics, where he was part of the product development team commercializing single cell products.
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