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Microbiome Analysis Workshop Print E-mail
Tuesday, 25 September 2018 00:00
Workshop: Microbiome Analysis using QIIME2
Micromon (Monash MNHS), in conjunction with the EPHM Lab (Monash Engineering) and the School of Biological Sciences, would like to invite you to register for our upcoming three-day workshop and symposium. A half-day symposium will provide attendees with the opportunity to talk briefly about their work in a relaxed atmosphere with a combined question and discussion session. A half-day theory-only session will cover biological sample and metadata collection, sample processing, DNA extraction, amplicon-based sequencing library construction, and Illumina next-generation sequencing. The following two days will include a hands-on workshop covering, data analysis and best practices using the QIIME2 data analysis package. 
  • Date: November 14-16, 2018
  • Price: $350 (Ex-GST) per person (including meals at lunch and two breaks)
  • Location: Building 91, Room G31, Monash University, Wellington Road, Clayton.

The workshop will be presented by:
  • Se Jin Song  -  Research Fellow (Knight Lab) University of California, San Diego, U.S.A.
  • Evan Bolyen  - Research Software Engineer (Caporaso Lab),  Northern Arizona University, U.S.A.
  • Ben Kaehler  -  Postdoctoral Scientist (Huttley Lab), Australian National Uni., Australia
  • Rebekah Henry  -  Research Fellow, Env. & Public Health Lab, Monash Uni., Australia
  • Scott Coutts - Next-Generation Sequencing Manager (Micromon), Monash Uni., Australia
  • Francine Marques  -  Head (Hypertension Group), Faculty of Science, Monash University, Australia
A provisional program is available, but please be aware that this may be subject to change.
Book Now to reserve your place! 

Please contact us for further information.
Single Cell Gene Expression Pilot Study Program Print E-mail
Tuesday, 25 September 2018 00:00


Single-Cell Gene Expression Pilot Study Program - Reduced pricing for new projects!

Single cell gene expression studies, particularly using the 10X Chromium system, are a particularly well funded area of research. However, it can be difficult to obtain data for grant  applications due to the high cost associated with sample processing. Consequently, we (Micromon are working with 10X Genomics (the manufacturer) and Decode Science (the Australian distributor), to support and assist research groups who are seeking to generate preliminary data for grant applications. 

  • Samples will be prepared with the 10X Genomics Single Cell 3' Library chemistry.
  • Up to 50% reduction in library construction cost
  • Limit of 4 samples (up to 10,000 cells per sample), per project
  • Must be used for an upcoming grant application to leverage additional funding

The number of applicants for the program are limited, so contact us now for further information!

Did you know that Monash also hosts Technology Research Platforms in addition to Micromon (genomics), including FlowCore (flow cytometry) and the Monash Bioinformatics Platform (bioinformatics)? Together, we have the resources and expertise to help facilitate your single cell project from cell sorting to data analysis.

Contact us now for further details... places are limited!

10X Chromium Seminar Print E-mail
Tuesday, 02 May 2017 00:00

Seminar: 10X Genomics: A new technology for Single Cell Transcriptomics & Long-Range Genomics
Joseph Aman, Senior Applications Scientist at 10X Genomics 
Room G19, 15 Innovation Walk (STRIP 1)
Monash University, Clayton Campus

10X Genomics, in collaboration with Millenium Science and Micromon, will present a seminar on the Chromium™ System which supports comprehensive genomics and high-throughput single cell transcriptomics with its innovative reagent delivery system.
This technology, which is now available at Micromon (Monash University), enables the discovery of previously inaccessible genetic information at massive rate and scale (including phased structural variants, phased single nucleotide variants, and dynamic gene expression of individual cells).
Contact us now for parking details and to book your place. Please note that an RSVP is required.
10X Chromium Single Cell Genomics at Micromon Print E-mail
Monday, 06 March 2017 00:00

Micromon has acquired a 10X Genomics Chromium Controller, which enables us to carry out single-cell transcriptomics for up to 48,000 single cells per instrument run. We are currently completing the instrument installation and validation, and we expect to launch a comprehensive service with this instrumentation soon. 
Contact us now to discuss how we can help you with your single-cell genomics requirements!
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