The teams are using single-cell approaches, so called “cell atlas” technologies to combined with human genetics at the cellular level. We combine cutting-edge techniques in wet and dry lab and are applying these methodologies for further understanding of human health, development and disease.
Sarah Teichmann is co-founder and principal leader of the Human Cell Atlas (HCA) international consortium. The International Human Cell Atlas initiative aims to create comprehensive reference maps of all human cells to further understand health and disease.
The team's research focuses on four complementary study areas:
- Transcriptional regulation and gene expression
- Single-cell genomics
- Protein complexes
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