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The Isolate project

ISOLATE is an Initial Training Network funded by the Marie Curie Programme that aims to train young researchers in single cell analysis. Single cell analysis is needed to study the complexity and heterogeneity of biological cells. Within a population of cells the characteristics of individuals are not identical. Still most research techniques require a big amount of cells. This results in masking of certain events when cells are studied on a population-level analysis. Many biological question or problems could be solved when they are studied on a single cell level.

By educating young researchers ISOLATE aims to push the development and use novel single cell technologies to drive single cell analysis forward. One of the strong points of ISOLATE is that the program contains a high degree of multi-disciplinarily which is highly required in modern research.

News and meetings

An ISOLATE workshop will be held from May 15-23, 2014 in Odense by KinaseDetect and University of Southern Denmark.

Project funding

This project has received funding from the EU's 7th Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 28995

Network wide training

Find out more about our specific training program objectives

Page Manager: Erika Hoff|Last update: 3/19/2014
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