Dec 26th, 2022
Pre-Conference: Stroke in the Lab World
High-dimensional single cell analyses to unravel the complexities of cerebrovascular disease and brain health.
Stroke in the Lab World is scheduled for 9 a.m.-4:15 p.m., Feb. 7, prior to the beginning of the #ISC23 conference. The program chair for the day-long Stroke in the Lab World is Lauren Sansing, MD, MS, FAHA.
Highlighted presentations of the day include:
- Inflammatory Responses in Acute Intracerebral Hemorrhage at the Single-Cell Level
- A Molecular Map of the Human Brain Vasculature
- Single-Cell RNAseq Sheds Light on White Matter Changes After Neonatal Stroke
- A Multiregion Single-Cell Molecular Atlas of the Aged Human Brain Reveals Selectively Vulnerable Neurons in Alzheimer’s Disease
- Single-Cell Analysis: What Does Single Cell Do That Other Techniques Do Not Provide?
- Pericyte Heterogeneity and Phenotypic Transformation After Stroke
- From SAMMPRIS to Single Cells: Biologic Discovery in ICAD
- Single Cell Analysis of Aging Endothelium in Stroke
- scRNAseq Reveals Microglia-Associated White Matter Tissue Repair Function After Stroke
- Transcriptomic Characterization of Resilient and Vulnerable Neurons After Ischemic Stroke
- Spatially Defining Single-cell Responses to Cerebral Ischemia
- Peripheral Leukocyte Response after ICH: The First Week
- Single Cell RNAseq Identifies Novel Inflammatory Mechanism in Post-Stroke Brain