Do you have an interest in utilizing single-cell and spatial omics approaches in your cancer research? Do you have creative approaches for analyzing or integrating these data? Do you want to help improve the utility and accessibility of single-cell and spatial omics data?
Apply today to participate in a virtual Human Tumor Atlas Network (HTAN) Data Jamboree to be held December 4-7, 2023.
Data Jamborees provide amazing opportunities for scientists and coders of diverse expertise and experience levels to work together creatively to build unique solutions that solve relevant problems in cancer research. The key to our Data Jamboree is the focus on collaboration centered around HTAN data. Over 4 half-days, teams of four to eight people work on different scientific problems, emphasizing sharing expertise and insight through shared presentations and live demonstrations throughout the event. The event will wrap up with a summary of the work accomplished during the event.
- Join colleagues from a range of communities to explore new approaches to analyze and integrate single-cell and spatial omics HTAN data
- Learn more about the HTAN data and resources, help improve the utility of HTAN data, and build a broader and more diverse HTAN community.
- Over 4 half-days, teams of 4-8 people work on scientific problems, emphasizing sharing expertise and insight through shared presentations and live demonstrations.
The application deadline is October 24.
This event is organized by the Human Tumor Atlas Network (HTAN) which is a National Cancer Institute (NCI)-funded Cancer Moonshot initiative. FNL is providing support to program management functions for NCI’s HTAN activities, including planning of intra- and cross-consortia workshops, as needed.