We apply disruptive omics technologies to study the human cells at single-cell resolution. We leverage advanced computational methods to understand how the immune system develops and maintains health, and study the consequences of infection, inflammation and disease.
We're a diverse lab consisting of clinicians, researchers and students from across the globe.
Data and analysis code from our publications are publicly available through our website.
We advocate team science within a supportive and collaborative research environment.
We work hard to create a fun, inclusive training environment for all researchers and students.
The Human Cell Atlas (HCA) is a global initiative that aims to create a reference atlas of the human body by mapping every cell...
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We explore ways of engaging the public and scientific community with our work, to generate understanding and purpose in our research.