Meetings

Fly Cell Atlas meeting 2019

The application period for the 2019 Fly Cell Atlas meeting (March 24 - 26, 2019, Janelia Farm) will run September 1 through November 14.

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Fly Cell Atlas meeting 2017

The first Fly Cell Atlas meeting was held at the Gasthuisberg campus of the University of Leuven (Belgium) on December 8th 2017.

Leuven by night

Directions

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Program

At this meeting, we aim to develop the scope and strategy of the Fly Cell Atlas consortium.

Thursday 07/12/2017
Venue: The Faculty Club
18h00 Registration & pre-meeting reception (for all participants)
20h00 Dinner (invitation only)
Friday 08/12/2017
Venue: Auditorium Pentalfa, O&N1, at Campus Gasthuisberg
Auditorium PENTALFA
Campus Gasthuisberg
Onderwijs & Navorsing 1
Herestraat 49
Leuven, Belgium
08h00 Registration & Welcome Coffee
08h30 Session 1
Daniel Promislow
Linking genotype to phenotype with single-cell sequencing
University of Washington
Aaron McKenna
Recovering single-cell state in conjunction with lineage in Drosophila
University of Washington
Thierry Voet
Single-cell multi-omics sequencing
KU Leuven
David Garfield
James Reddington
Profiling the regulatory genome of Drosophila with single-cell ATAC-seq
IRI Life Sciences/Humboldt University
EMBL Heidelberg
Martin Hemberg
Computational methods for analyzing large collections of scRNA-seq data
Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute
Brian Oliver
Sex-biased gene expression
NIH
10h10 Coffee break
10h30 Session 2
Vincent Croset
Singe-cell transcriptomics analysis of the Drosophila central brain focusing on molecular mechanisms of learning and memory
University of Oxford
Stein Aerts
Single-cell atlas of the ageing fly brain
VIB-KU Leuven
Cristoph Treiber
Investigating the mobile genome of single cells in the fly brain and its impact on gene expression and gene function
University of Oxford
Robert Zinzen
The Embryo at single-cell transcriptome resolution
MDC / BIMSB, Berlin
Frank Schnorrer
Transcriptional dynamics of flight muscle development
IBDM Marseille
Bart Deplancke
Gut biology
EPFL
Simon Sprecher
Towards single-cell resolution of sensory organs
University of Fribourg
12h15 Lunch
13h00 Session 3
Allison Bardin
Whole genome sequencing of somatic mutations
Institut Curie
David Osumi-Sutherland
Virtual Fly Brain, semantics and metadata for Drosophila cell types
EMBL/EBI
Josephine Bageritz
Using Drop-Seq to unravel patterning and differentiation decision in Drosophila
DKFZ
Mara Lawniczak
First steps toward a Malaria Cell Atlas
Sanger Institute
14h00 Flash talk session
Yohanns Bellaiche
Institut Curie
Ruei-Jiun Hung & Sudhir Gopal Tattikota
Harvard Medical School
remote
Cédric Maurange
IBDM Marseille
Mubarak Syed
University of Oregon
remote
Eduardo Moreno
Champalimaud Foundation
Jorge Beira
ETH Zurich D-BSSE
Korneel Hens
Centre for Neural Circuits & Behaviour, University of Oxford
Nikos Konstantinides
NYU
remote
Hugo Bellen
Baylor College of Medicine & HHMI
remote
Gil dos Santos
FlyBase
remote
14h50 Coffee break
15h10 Discussion session
17h00 Closing reception

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Tissues

Embryo

Embryo

Adult brain

Adult brain

Gut

Gut

Muscle

Muscle

Eye disc

Eye disc

Wing disc

Wing disc

Tumour

Tumour

Fly Cell Atlas Consortium

If you are interested in joining the Fly Cell Atlas consortium, you can state through this form which organ and developmental stages, which genetic background, sequencing technology, and computational methods are you using (or are you planning to use). After filling in the interest form, you can also join the FCA Slack.

Organizing Committee 2017

The Fly Cell Atlas consortium is looking for committee members from different disciplines and institutions around the world.

Get in touch if you would like to be involved.

Stein Aerts

VIB-KU Leuven Center for Brain & Disease Research, Belgium

Website

Bart Deplancke

École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland

Website

Robert Zinzen

Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine, Germany

Website

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