Dr John Thompson – Parse Bioscience

14/05/2024 3:00 pm - 14/05/2024 4:00 pm
Davis Auditorium

Genomics Technical Seminar hosted by Dr Sam Olechnowicz

Dr John Thompson

Senior Field Application Scientist, Parse Bioscience


Smash the limits of single cell sequencing


Davis Auditorium

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Including Q&A session



Combinatorial barcoding technology strips away the limitations and frustrations of yesterday’s single cell approach. It ditches the specialized instrument, freeing you to pursue unprecedented discoveries. Unleash the potential of single cell. Decode Science and Parse Biosciences invite you to a seminar discussing the new advances in fixation-based single cell including our V3 chemistry, TCR/BCR, CRISPR detect and gene capture.


John received his PhD at Duke University, where he studied cis-regulatory element activation during limb regeneration. He then spent a few years as a postdoc at the University of California, Merced where he studied early organ formation using single-cell genetic and epigenetic approaches. As a Field Application Scientist at Parse Biosciences, John assists scientists with their single-cell genomics experiments, from experimental design, sample preparation, single-cell library workflows, data analysis, and more.workflows, data analysis, and more.



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