Below an overview of all news and events related to discovAIR
Watch the presentation recordings of the discovAIR session during the ERS Lung Science Conference!
The recordings of the presentations given during the discovAIR session of the ERS Lung Science Conference 2022 are available on the ERS E-learning platform. During this session the Human Lung Cell Atlas was officially launched!Read more
discovAIR attracts a lot of attention at the Human Cell Atlas general meeting 2022
On Monday June 27th through Wednesday June 29th, the Human Cell Atlas consortium organized the 2022 general meeting – in hybrid form with a large number of participants gathering in Vienna in the beautiful Palais Niederosterreich, welcomed by the host Christoph Bock. Participants who could not attend physically connected remotely. The discovAIR consortium was well represented at this meeting, and the coordinator Martijn Nawijn was on the organizing committee for this meeting.Read more
Final discovAIR meeting at Helmholtz Centre in Munich
On Monday 20 and Tuesday 21 June, the final discovAIR progress meeting took place at the Institute of Computational Biology of the Helmholtz Center in Munich. It was very interactive meeting with enthusiastic discussion of the results and plans for further analyses to increase their impact. This meeting concludes a very successful project that led to the launch of the first version of the Human Lung Cell Atlas!Read more
Human Lung Cell Atlas as Hot Topic at ERS Congress 2022
The Human Lung Cell Atlas has been accepted as a Hot Topic at the ERS Congress 2022 which takes place from 4 till 6 September 2022 in Barcelona Spain.Read more
Human Lung Cell Atlas launched!
On 11 March 2022 the discovAIR consortium officially launched the Human Lung Cell Atlas (HLCA) during the ERS Lung Science Conference in Estoril, Portugal. Malte Lücken (Helmholtz Center Munich) introduced the HLCA during his presentation and showed the potential of the atlas. During the coffee breaks and poster sessions, interested people could try out HLCA.Read more
EMBO Practical Course - Spatial Analysis of Gene Expression Tissues
The discovAIR partners located at Stockholm University and KTH Royal Institute of Technology are organising an EMBO Practical Course on Spatial Analysis of Gene Expression in Tissues. The course will take place from 2-6 May 2022 in Solna, Sweden.Read more
Successful discovAIR project meeting
On Monday 22 and Tuesday 23 November 2021 we had our first physical discovAIR project meeting since March 2019. Representatives of all project partners including colleagues from outside the project participated in this two-day meeting in Leiden, Netherlands. The meeting was a great success, not only because of the very interesting lectures but also because of the interaction and discussion among the participants during the breaks!Read more
DiscovAIR featured at the Longfonds website
DiscovAIR project was featured at the website of the Dutch Lung Foundation (Longfonds)!Read more
Aurore Gay won the Young Investigator Award 2021 at the Dutch Lung Congress
Congratulations to Aurore Gay for winning the Young Investigator Award 2021! Both the jury and the Dutch Lung Congress audience were very impressed by her excellent presentation. Well done Aurore!Read more
Radio Interview with Herbert Schiller
Herbert Schiller got interviewed by the German radio station Deutschlandfunk Kultur about his work for the Human Lung Cell Atlas.Read more
HCA Biological Network Seminar Series featuring the Adipose and Lung Networks
Welcome to the HCA Biological Network Seminar Series featuring the Adipose and Lung Networks!Read more
New discovAIR Publications!
Three new papers are published by our partners in the discovAIR project. Check them in the publication list!Read more
Martijn Nawijn gave a lecture for the UMCG Medical Public Academy
On Tuesday 10 November 2020, Dr. Martijn Nawijn gave the lecture: 'Covid-19: the route of the virus to enter our bodies'.Read more
Martijn Nawijn and his team are the 2020 winners of the NRS Crossover Science Award
Martijn Nawijn and his team are the 2020 winners of the NRS Crossover Science Award Prof. Martijn Nawijn and his team (GRIAC) won the NRS Crossover Science Award 2020 for his work on the Lung Cell Atlas.Read more
KEY NOSE CELLS IDENTIFIED AS LIKELY COVID-19 VIRUS ENTRY POINTS
Reported today (23 April) in Nature Medicine, the first publication with the Lung Biological Network, which is part of an ongoing international effort to use Human Cell Atlas data to understand infection and disease of COVID-19.