Sanger Seminar Series

Virtual Sanger Seminar series

We are hosting a series of monthly freely available and open virtual seminars, showcasing how our researchers are tackling some of the greatest challenges in human health and disease. From using genomic approaches to map all cell types in the human body, understand how cancer develops, and track the evolution and spread of global diseases, our senior scientists and faculty will present the latest developments in their field.

How to access the Seminars

The virtual seminar series will take place monthly and is freely available and open to all who wish to attend:
Password (case sensitive): Sanger2020


Upcoming Seminars

Previous Sanger Seminars

Catch up on our previous talks

15 July - Dr Sarah Teichmann

Human Cell Atlas: Mapping the human body one cell at a time

The Human Cell Atlas is an ambitious global initiative aiming to create a comprehensive reference map of all human cells—the fundamental units of life—as a basis understanding human health and diagnosing, monitoring, and treating disease.

In this talk Dr Sarah Teichmann explains how the Human Cell Atlas is providing unprecedented understanding of human cells and tissue architecture in health and disease including reproductive biology, auto-immune disease and Covid-19 infection.

Q&A with Dr Sarah Teichmann

The Q&A session with Dr Sarah Teichmann, Head of the Cellular Genetics research programme, was hosted by the Sanger Institute’s: