Please join us for a symposium on Genomics
At San Francisco, CA on June 04, 2019, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm PST
|Dr. Sarah Taylor
Staff Scientist, 10x Genomics
Topic: High Resolution Profiling of the Antigen-Specific T Cell Response
Dr. Sarah Taylor is a Staff Scientist in the R&D team at 10x Genomics and leads product development for Immunology. She has extensive experience with developing immune repertoire sequencing workflows and with the analysis and interpretation of the resulting data.
|Dr. Mark White
Sr. Director, Scientific Affairs at Berkeley Lights, Inc
Topic: Stuck on function? Analyze the function of individual T cells in 1 day
Dr. Mark White obtained his Ph.D. in Biomedical Sciences at the University of California, San Francisco and is currently the Sr. Director of Scientific Affairs at Berkeley Lights. Since joining BLI, he has played a key role in the initial development of many of the core technology capabilities and assays.
|Dr. Rikhia Chakraborty
Assistant Professor, Texas Childrens' Hospital
Topic: Terrible T’s in LCH
Dr. Rikhia Chakraborty is a scientist with unique understanding in the research areas of immuno-oncology and modern drug discovery. Her primary interest is in exploring Immune microenvironment in different myeloid neoplasms.
|Dr. Sampathkumar Rangasamy
Assistant Professor, TGEN
Topic: Importance of disease phenotype in rare and complex disorders
Dr. Sampathkumar Rangasamy’s primary focus of his research is to investigate the cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying Neurogenetics disorders. The use of NGS in the clinical setting has resulted in advancing the genetic diagnosis of numerous neurodevelopmental disorders.