Single-cell sequencing is a next-generation sequencing (NGS) method that examines the genomes or transcriptomes of individual cells, providing a high-resolution view of cell-to-cell variation.

Dr. Michael Kelly utilizes single-cell PCR and single-cell RNA-seq to study the development of the mammalian auditory organs. He helps lead a new core facility at NCI Center for Cancer Research to support emerging single-cell sequencing. Tune in to listen to Dr. Kelly discuss some of the many projects that he supports utilizing single-cell and spatial technologies across both basic science and more translational research questions.

Michael Kelly

Michael Kelly, PhD
Director, CCR Single Cell Analysis Facility (SCAF)
Frederick National Laboratory

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Date & Time
Apr 28, 2023
Michael Kelly, PhD
Cellular & molecular biology, Cancer research
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