1st ASHBi SignAC workshop 2021

February 19, 2021

1st ASHBi SignAC workshop 2021

We are pleased to announce that the 1st ASHBi SignAC Workshop 2021 will be held online on 19 February, 2021. This workshop aims to overview the current status of single-cell biology from various aspects. The scopes include recent technological innovations and the application of single-cell approaches to fundamental biological questions. We expect the workshop will stimulate new ideas for future studies by the participants.

Event Details

Friday, 19 February 2021
11:00–18:00 JST
Zoom Online Meeting* [NOTE] Highspeed LAN/WiFi environment advised for stability


Opening Remarks

11:00-11:05 Takuya Yamamoto, ASHBi, Kyoto University

Session 1: Technological development (Chair: Takuya Yamamoto, ASHBi)

11:05–11:30 Fumihito Miura, Kyushu University
Overlaying multiple epigenomes on the methylome
11:30–11:55 Yasuyuki Ohkawa, Kyushu University
Development of chromatin integration labeling toward spatial multi-omics
11:55–12:20 Yasuhiro Murakawa, ASHBi, Kyoto University
Decoding functional DNA elements in the human genome
12:20–13:30 Lunch Break

Session 2: 3D genomes (Chair: Fumitaka Inoue, ASHBi)

13:30–13:55 Taro Tsujimura, ASHBi, Kyoto University
Regulation of gene activation by long-range enhancers
13:55–14:20 Saori Takahashi, RIKEN BDR
Prediction of the 3D genome organization by single-cell replication sequencing during embryonic development
14:20–14:45 Takashi Fukaya, The University of Tokyo
Transcription dynamics in living Drosophila embryos
14:45–15:15 Break

Session 3: Interdisciplinary research (Chair: Ryo Yamamoto, ASHBi)

15:15–15:40 Tomonori Nakamura, ASHBi/Hakubi Center, Kyoto University
Identifying cells hidden by curse of dimensionality
15:40–16:05 Sadao Ota, The University of Tokyo
Networked measurement technologies: Ghost cytometry and beyond
16:05–16:30 Hiroko Bannai, Waseda University
What molecular behavior tells us about brain? –Physiology and pathology of neurons revealed by single-molecule imaging

Plenary lecture (Chair: Mitinori Saitou, ASHBi)

17:00-18:00 Rickard Sandberg, Karolinska Institute
High-content scRNA-seq for cellular atlases and transcriptional dynamics investigations

Closing Remarks

18:00-18:05 Mitinori Saitou, ASHBi, Kyoto University

Social Interaction

18:05-19:00 held at Spatial Chat


Pre-registered participants only

Registration Form (Google Form)

(Deadline: 17 February, 2021 / Number of participants: Limited to 250)
Registration will be closed when the capacity is reached.

[IMPORTANT] Participants shall not disclose any confidential information to others since unpublished data may appear in the presentations.


Takuya Yamamoto, Taro Tsujimura, Mitinori Saitou (ASHBi, Kyoto University)


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