The Single Cell Genomics Group is dedicated to advancing genome research of single cells, to elucidate causalities underlying cell identities in health and disease.

The objective of the Group is to implement the latest single-cell sequencing technologies and their application in a research and translational/clinical context, focusing on cell atlas projects, immuno-oncology and immune-mediated diseases. The Group joins computational, genomics, immunology and biotechnology expertise to apply best practices in single-cell and establish protocols to quantify gene expression, immune repertoires and open chromatin sites.

The Group is a member of projects such as DocTIS, BCLLatlas, Human Cell Atlas (HCA), ESPACE and LifeTime initiative, with the aim of generating atlases of human immune cells, the pancreas and kidney.

Holger Heyn

Team Leader

Giulia Lunazzi

Project Manager

Mohamed Abdalfttah

Data Analyst

Sergio Aguilar

PhD Student

Ginevra Caratù

Lab Technician

Elena Domènech

Lab Manager

Laura Jiménez

PhD Student

Patricia Lordén

Lab Technician

Helena Crowell

Postdoctoral Fellow

Davide Maspero

Postdoctoral Fellow

Juan Nieto

Postdoctoral Fellow

Paula Nieto

PhD Student

Miren Berasategui

Lab Technician

Sam Morabito

Postdoctoral Computational Biologist

Sara Ruiz

Lab Technician

Lorena Ligammari

Specialized Technician

Irepan Salvador

Postdoctoral Fellow

Inés Sentís

Postdoctoral Fellow

Emanuele Pitino

Phd Student
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