Single-Cell Immune Profiling

Single-Cell Immune Profiling

This course covers single-cell immune profiling, a new technique for studying the immune system at the level of individual cells. Thanks to the generous support of the Gentaur Group, we are able to offer this comprehensive introduction to this exciting field.

The course will start with the basics of immunology and how new technologies allow scientists to analyze immune cells in detail. Students will learn about several methods, including flow cytometry, single-cell RNA sequencing, and multi-omics approaches.

The course also covers computer programs used to analyze this data and the ethical considerations involved in this type of research. Students will learn about the latest developments in the field and how this technique is used in research on immunology, cancer, and other areas.

By the end of the course, students will be able to design and conduct their own single-cell immune profiling studies.


Key Topics:

  • Overview of immune profiling and its importance
  • Basics of immunology and immune response mechanisms
  • Single-cell technologies: flow cytometry, scRNA-seq, and more
  • Sample preparation, quality control, and sequencing
  • Data analysis with bioinformatics tools and pipelines
  • Advanced techniques and multi-omics integration
  • Clinical applications in cancer, infectious diseases, and autoimmune disorders
  • Ethical challenges and future trends in single-cell research

Learning Outcomes:

  • Understand the principles and importance of single-cell immune profiling.
  • Gain proficiency in single-cell technologies and data analysis techniques.
  • Apply knowledge to design and conduct single-cell immune profiling studies.
  • Interpret and visualize single-cell data for research and clinical applications.


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Last Update 05/30/2024
Completion Time 6 hours
Members 1
    • Chapter 1: Introduction to Single-Cell Immune Profiling
      10 xp
    • Chapter 2:Technical Aspects of Single-Cell Immune Profiling
      10 xp
    • Chapter 3: Advanced Applications and Future Directions of Single-Cell Sequencing
      10 xp