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a 'challenge-me' thematic cluster

Hybrid or zoom
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in-person venue 
66 Harbord St, Toronto, ON, M5S 1G2
Registration link at the end of this page

What is The Wednesday Series?

Panoramics is thrilled to introduce the "Wednesday Series,” a safe and inclusive discussion group created by Trainees for Trainees, where newcomers to the -omics space (Single Cell/Spatial) can be empowered by seasoned experts in order to advance their research and career goals. Both dry and wet lab researchers at all levels are welcome to participate!

Newcomers can sign up to present in one of three streams, (Lightning Talk, Story Time and Deep Waters) to troubleshoot research, share interesting articles and get feedback on their projects from peers in a safe and inclusive space.


Who should participate?

  1. If you are just starting on your research journey in Omics


       If you are more experienced researcher looking to learn more about another area of Omics 

  1. If you want feedback and opinions from your peers and mentors

  2. If you want guidance and mentorship to advance your career in industry, government or academia

  3. If you are willing to participate in an open discussion

  4. If you want to be part of a vibrant, diverse and supportive community of like-minded individuals.


What constitutes as -omics technologies?

To us, Omics encompasses any technologies involved with genomics, transcriptomics and proteomics including but not limited to Single Cell/Nuclei RNAseq; Single Cell/Nuclei ATACseq; Spatial transcriptomics; CyTOF; Bulk RNAseq/ChIP-seq; Whole Genome Sequencing; Mass Spectrometry etc.


What is our mission?

Our mission is to bring together the rapidly expanding single cell/spatial community creating a safe and inclusive space to ask questions, seek advice, enhance your understanding and support each other’s professional and personal goals. 


What are our objectives?

1. Foster insightful discussions and collaboration among researchers at all stages,  

2. Discover and exchange valuable resources to grow the omics community.      

3. Bridge wet lab and dry lab research to advance omics research 

4. Bring trainees together with mentors from academia, industry and the public sector. 


Types of presentations

We are currently offering the following streams (click to view).

If you are interested in presenting something that does not fit the descriptions below, please indicate in the sign-up sheet. We encourage any type of novel and exciting conversations in the omics space!


Click here to register now

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