Dynamics and networks in single-cell biology
Thursday, June 17 at 09:30am (PDT)Thursday, June 17 at 05:30pm (BST)Friday, June 18 01:30am (KST)
Adam Maclean (Univeristy of Southern California) & Russell Rockne (City of Hope, USA)
This minisymposium will discuss current mathematical and theoretical approaches to address open questions in single-cell biology. As single-cell genomics technologies advance, computational data analysis becomes one of the greatest hurdles to biological discovery. As the field begins to mature, and standards slowly emerge, the most pressing mathematical challenges shift from core tasks -- such as normalization and clustering -- to higher-level tasks. New advances in several areas will be presented in this minisymposium, including: network inference, dynamical systems approaches, modeling across scales, spatial transcriptomics, and multi-modal data integration.