The Atlanta Single Cell Omics and Analytics Initiative (ASCOmAI) provides a unified platform for coordinating and linking with experts in the field of Single Cell Genomics across three Atlanta Universities – Emory University, Georgia Tech, and Morehouse School of Medicine. ASCOmAI seeks to create meaningful partnerships/collaborations, provide resources and train future single cell researchers.

Through research, training and academic resources, the main objectives of ASCOmAI are to expand the scope and volume of single cell omics research in Atlanta. As part of this, we will also provide single cell experimental design consultation and data analysis services to accelerate your research.  Your request may be eligible for up to 20 hours of free service for the first year.


(AWSOM Conference)

April 11 and 12, 2024

Georgia Tech's Marcus Nanotechnology Building


The Simple prEservatioN of Single cElls method for cryopreservation enables the generation of single-cell immune profiles from whole blood.                        Read publication here!

Single-cell analysis reveals altered tumor microenvironments of relapse- and remission-associated pediatric acute myeloid leukemia.
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Pediatric T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia blast signature and MRD associated immune environment changes defined by single cell transcriptomics analysis.
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Hope Mumme (Bhasin Lab, Emory University) is a PhD student in Biomedical Informatics & CS. She utilizes scRNA-seq to understand the heterogeneity in pediatric Acute Leukemia and builds tools to facilitate analysis of pediatric, pan-cancer datasets.