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Author: R. Siano-N. Le Bescot / SB Roscoff / ICM / BioMarks

Singek: a new generation of scientists
trained in Single Cell Genomics to
investigate microeukaryotes

Genomic data is pivotal for
understanding the cellular function
and evolutionary diversity of
all living organisms

Single Cell Genomics (SCG),
an emerging technology with
the potential to retrieve genomic
information form individual
uncultured microbes

The vast majority of microbial
diversity is currently uncultured

Selection of 15 ESR positions:
in progress

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Author: R. Siano-N. Le Bescot / SB Roscoff / ICM / BioMarks

Singek: a new generation of scientists
trained in Single Cell Genomics to
investigate microeukaryotes

Genomic data is pivotal for
understanding the cellular function
and evolutionary diversity of
all living organisms

Single Cell Genomics (SCG),
an emerging technology with
the potential to retrieve genomic
information form individual
uncultured microbes

The vast majority of microbial
diversity is currently uncultured

Selection of 15 ESR positions:
in progress

slider-01

Author: R. Siano-N. Le Bescot / SB Roscoff / ICM / BioMarks

Singek: a new generation of scientists
trained in Single Cell Genomics to
investigate microeukaryotes

Genomic data is pivotal for
understanding the cellular function
and evolutionary diversity of
all living organisms

Single Cell Genomics (SCG),
an emerging technology with
the potential to retrieve genomic
information form individual
uncultured microbes

The vast majority of microbial
diversity is currently uncultured

Selection of 15 ESR positions:
in progress

slider-01

Author: R. Siano-N. Le Bescot / SB Roscoff / ICM / BioMarks

Singek: a new generation of scientists
trained in Single Cell Genomics to
investigate microeukaryotes

Genomic data is pivotal for
understanding the cellular function
and evolutionary diversity of
all living organisms

Single Cell Genomics (SCG),
an emerging technology with
the potential to retrieve genomic
information form individual
uncultured microbes

The vast majority of microbial
diversity is currently uncultured

Selection of 15 ESR positions:
in progress

SINGEK

Single cell genomics (SCG), including single cell transcriptomics, is an emerging technology that has the potential to retrieve genomic information from individual uncultured microbes recovered directly from natural environments and promises to provide new tools to investigate microeukaryotes in unparalleled detail.

SINGEK is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network devised to provide a unique and structured training programme to a new generation of scientists with the highest expertise in Single Cell Genomics, from the initial stages of cell sorting to genome sequencing and gene annotation, to the full exploitation of the data obtained. The network is composed of a multidisciplinary team of researchers from nine institutions, well connected and with high expertise in eukaryotic SCG. SINGEK will drive training through research by both local and network-wide activities, secondments, and workshops, and by establishing an environment that extends far beyond each partner team.

SINGEK H2020 MSCA-ITN-2015-ETN 675752
EU Contribution: 3.889.393,2 €
Duration: January 1st 2016 – December 31st 2019

SINGEK Projects

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