Rapid Technology Implementation - RTI
The RTIs will focus on enhancing, large-scale validation, and integration of emerging new technologies into the HuBMAP Consortium. The goal is to improve the quality and throughput of atlas generation at key steps of the production pipeline including sample collection, tissue mapping, and data integration and analysis.
Rapid Technology Implementation Projects
|Funded Project||PI Name||Institution|
|Multi-Scale 3-D Image Analytics for High Dimensional Spatial Mapping of Normal Tissues||Fiona Ginty||General Electric Global Research Center|
|A robust platform for multiplexed, subcellular proteomic imaging in human tissue||Robert Michael Angelo (contact)||Stanford University|
|Sean Curtis Bendall||Stanford University|
|Renewable and Specific Affinity Reagents for Mapping Proteoforms in Human Tissues||Neil L. Kelleher||Northwestern University|
|Implementation of Slide-seq for high-resolution, whole-transcriptome human tissue maps.||Evan Z. Macosko||Broad Institute, Inc.|
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