The European project HUTER, led by INCLIVA, presents its conclusions as part to create the cellular map of the human uterus Date: June 30th 2022. Prof Carlos Simón, HUTER Project Coordinator, presented the final outcomes from the project during the plenary session of the third day of the Human Cell Atlas 2022 General Meeting held in Vienna, Austria, from 27th -29th June in a hybrid format. Prof. Carlos Simón presented the final outcomes of the project at the Plenary Session 6- Results of the EU Horizon 2020 Pilot Projects.
6 European Consortia unify efforts with the Human Cell Atlas to communicate their research Date: June 30th 2022 Six pilot actions funded by the European Commission continue their aligned and launch the second Cluster Communication Newsletter together with the Human Cell Atlas initiative (HCA). The Newsletter gathers a series of news articles and interviews, recent publications, and collected information on relevant upcoming events to inform you about the progress of the cluster.
• Project results will contribute to the international Human Cell Atlas initiative to redefine human anatomy at the single cell level and provide unprecedented insight into this important organ • 59 samples have been analyzed, generating an important database that will favor future studies and increase knowledge of the uterus and its clinical translation in reproductive medicine, obstetrics, gynecology and regenerative medicine Valencia, June 29th 2022. The INCLIVA Health Research Institute, of the Clinical Hospital of Valencia, has hosted the final meeting of the European project HUTER (Human Uterus Cell Atlas), funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program with the aim of creating the map cell from the human uterus and in which entities from the United Kingdom, Sweden, Estonia and Spain participate.
Prof. Monk and his lab presenting the HUTER project Date: June 10th 2022 Prof. Dave Monk and his team, Louise Maor, and Claudia Buhigas presented the HUTER outcomes at the Wellcome Connecting Science Single Cell Biology meeting at the Wellcome Genome Campus, a meeting co-organised by Roser Vento and colleagues. Louise presented a poster on the newly developed scEM&T-seq method and delivered a lightening talk on her work. The event was hold from the 6th to 8th of June.
Dr. Mas and Dr. Rosón attend to the Bonsai Lab User Meeting Date: May 23rd 2022 Dr. Aymara Mas and Dr. Rosón INCLIVA researchers participating in the HUTER project attended on May 19th to the Spain User Group meeting organized by Bonsai Lab in CIMA (Centro de Investigación Médica Aplicada) Universidad de Navarra, Pamplona Spain. Bonsai technology is being used within the HUTER project, therefore the importance of being up to date with the latest advancements on single cell and spatial technology for novel and experienced 10x Genomics technology users.
OPEN REGISTRATION Date: June 23rd 2022 INCLIVA is pleased to invite you to the final action of the European project HUTER consisting on a training session called “Cloud-based open access platform, validation of its usability”, which will take place on June 23 virtually between 14:45 and 16:15 CET. Researchers such as Claudia Buhigas from the University of East Anglia, Beatriz Rosón and Raúl Pérez from INCLIVA, and Cristóbal Bernardo Castiñeira and Antón Martínez from BAHIA Software SLU will show the latest advances in the HUTER platform.
HUTER contributes to standards in terms of imaging Date: May 19th 2022 HUTER research team presents the report “DICOM implementation”. The report includes the research and work performed that was required to develop a full implementation of the DICOM standard for several HUTER image types (immunohistochemistry, tissue microarray, fluorescence and single molecule fluorescence in situ hybridization or smFISH), for a future implementation in clinical practice. This report has been developed by BAHIA Software SLU in collaboration with the additional partners involved.
The UEA Team led by Prof. Dave Monk present at Institut d’Estudis Catalans Date: May 16th 2022 The UEA team participated in the Barcelona Chromatin club on Friday 13th May at Institut d’Estudis Catalans. Claudia Buhigas gave a selected short talk on scM&T-seq and Louise Chappell-Maor presented poster on the improved scEM-T-seq protocol. Claudia Buhigas gave her talk on Session IV chaired by Roni Wright on “Single-cell multi-omic analysis reveals defective genome activation and epigenetic reprogramming associated with human pre-implantation embryo arrest”.
HUTER consortia presented the latest developments Date: April 11th 2022 A poster with the ongoing research of HUTER was displayed at the 11ª Conferencia del Programa Marco de Investigación e Innovación de la Unión Europea en España (XI Conference of the Research and Innovation Framework Program of the European Union in Spain), under the slogan “The new Horizon for Europe”. The event took place last April 6th at the Valencia Conference Centre in Valencia, Spain.
6 European Consortia unify efforts with the Human Cell Atlas to communicate their research Date: March 31st 2022 Six pilot actions funded by the European Commission continue their aligned and launch the second Cluster Communication Newsletter together with the Human Cell Atlas initiative (HCA). The Newsletter gathers a series of news articles and interviews, recent publications, and collected information on relevant upcoming events to inform you about the progress of the cluster.