Single-cell analysis is an extremely powerful tool to discover biological processes due to its high resolution and wide range of possibilities. So we decided to organize a short but in-depth course in this field. We would like to invite you to our practical course in single-cell biology to become familiar with core single-cell analysis methods.
This course is a series of online events that highlight the theoretical basics of single-cell analysis. The program covers sample preparation, data processing, and workshops on different pipelines, including scRNAseq, scATACseq, TCR/BCR sequencing, CITEseq, and much more.

Meeting days are:

  • Sunday, 4.04.2021
  • Monday, 5.04.2021
  • Wednesday, 7.04.2021
  • Friday, 9.04.2021
  • Saturday, 10.04.2021

Each meeting starts at 18.00 CET and will take approximately 2-3 hours. The format of the event is Zoom-meeting with breakout-rooms if needed. All participants will be supplied with individual tasks, study materials, and instructions for hands-on sessions.


  • Vladyslav Kavaka, MD candidate, LMU Munich
  • Maryna Korshevniuk, PhD Candidate, UMCG
  • Oleksandr Petrenko, Predoctoral Fellow, LBI-RUD / CeMM
  • Yuliya Syntikova, PhD, LifeMine Therapeutics


  • Basic knowledge in cell and molecular biology;
  • Basic skills in R programming language;
  • No prior knowledge of single-cell analysis is required.

Language: English

To register for the course in single-cell biology, please complete the following form:
The deadline for registration is 31.03.2021.
Detailed programs will be announced one week before the event. All participants will receive the mail with further instructions and study materials.