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The University of Southampton

Chemical Reaction Networks in Single Cells. Seminar

16 November 2016
B29, Room 2003 (L/R2), Chemistry, University of Southampton, SO17 1BJ

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Event details

Dr Ben MacArthur and Dr Patrick Stumpf present a seminar as part of the Computational Systems Chemistry section's seminar series.

Recent years have seen significant advances in single cell profiling techniques, and we are now able to profile large portions of the genome, expression of large numbers of proteins or the entire transcriptome in thousands of individual cells. In this presentation we will outline some collaborative work currently ongoing at Southampton which combines microfluidics, cell biology and mathematical modelling to develop single cell systems biology, particularly focussing on dissecting chemical reaction networks in individual stem cells.

Speaker information

Dr Ben MacArthur,Associate Professor in Mathematics at the Life Science Interface, Schools of Medicine and Mathematics.

Dr Patrick Stumpf, Mathematical Sciences, University of Southampton. Patrick is a post-doctoral research fellow investigating the balance of stem cell self-renewal and differentiation using a combination of single cell profiling methodologies and computational analyses. He obtained his first degree in Biology from the University of Würzburg, Germany and his PhD from Southampton University in 2015.

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