This week’s image comes from Seth Currlin at TMC-University of Florida. This is a lightsheet microscopy image of a human splenic blood vessel (cyan) surrounded by the tyrosine hydroxylase matrix (red) from the axons that innervate the blood vessel. If you have any questions, be sure to contact Seth and he’ll be happy to "ex-pleen".
We would like to thank the submitters of our previous images, which have each received considerable attention on the NIH Instagram site here and here. Keep up the great work, and keep these images coming!
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Demo Day Follow-up
Slides, recordings and posters from the Sept. 20-21 Demo Day can be found both on the eventwebsiteand in the HuBMAP Consortium Drivehere.
I’m a new member of HuBMAP and I'm a bit overwhelmed (in general - but mostly regarding this project). There's so many moving parts and people involved! With so many working groups, where do I even start?!
Any chance there's a HuBMAP Map?
Dear Let Me Show You the Way,
Fret not! We know that joining a Consortium Project already in progress (let alone amidst a global pandemic) can indeed be a bit overwhelming, but we're here to help!
First, be sure that you attend the General Orientation callson Wednesday, October 14, 2020 at 2:00pm EDT and the Data Orientation callson Wednesday, October 28, 2020 at 2:00pm EDT.
These will tell you about the resources available to you, the structure of the Consortium and the workgroups you can join.
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