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Articles by Laura Tabellini Pierre

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Laura Tabellini Pierre, MSc, is a scientific and technical writer at Parse Biosciences with extensive experience in immunology, encompassing both academic and R&D research.

Unlocking the Power of Multi-Omics Biology through Data Science

May 20, 2024

Multi-omics biology is deeply rooted in data science.

The Why and How of scRNA-Seq – A Guide for Beginners

Oct 6, 2023

ScRNA-Seq technology allows researchers to examine cell heterogeneity within a tissue to identify rare cell populations.

Exploring the Frontiers of Prion Research: A Q&A with Emmanuelle Vire, Ph.D.

Aug 17, 2023

We recently sat down with Dr. Vire to discuss the current state of her research, particularly CJD.

Top Grant Proposal Writing Tips from a Grant Reviewer

Jul 31, 2023

Learn the secrets of successful grant proposal writing from Dr. Manuela Martins-Green, a seasoned grant reviewer.

7 Things to Consider When Preparing a Cell Suspension for scRNA-Seq

Jun 29, 2023

For many biologists, happy cells = happy life. In single cell RNA-sequencing (scRNA-Seq), a high quality cell or nuclei suspension is a primary driver for success.

Writing a Successful Single Cell RNA Sequencing Grant Proposal

Jun 29, 2023

To support scRNA-Seq grant writing, consider these tips when authoring a grant proposal.

It’s Always Grant Season in Science

Jun 27, 2023

Competition for grant opportunities has never been more intense. Understanding what grant reviewers look for is essential for success.

Publication Trends of Single Cell RNA Sequencing Research

May 11, 2023

Cells profiled in each publication double every year. Experimental size is growing at a break-neck pace, demanding increased attention on experimental design and technology selection. Today’s prevailing methods for single cell RNA sequencing (scRNA-seq) analysis still rely on specialized hardware. Since 2015, these methods have been widely used, allowing tens of thousands of cells to […]

Using scRNA-Seq to Analyze the Effects of Lung Inflammation in SARS-Cov-2 Patients

Mar 29, 2023

Imagine that as a young scientist you saw a formerly fatal illness become treatable. Now, imagine that major contributors to this groundbreaking result become your mentors. It happened to Dr. Alejandro Pezzulo, MD, an Assistant Professor of Internal and Pulmonary Medicine at the University of Iowa. After witnessing the successful treatment of cystic fibrosis in […]

Overcoming Obstacles in Differential RNA Isoform Expression at Single Cell Resolution

Mar 20, 2023

One common trait among scientists is that if there is no path forward, they will create one. This is what PhD student Elisabeth Rebboah did when she needed to effectively sequence long alternative splicing isoforms across multiple samples and conditions. Most single cell RNA-Seq (scRNA-seq) approaches rely on short-read sequencing. But when isoforms resulting from […]