Sandrine Dudoit, Elizabeth Purdom, and students work on the first comprehensive atlas of brain cells
We are very excited to share the work that Sandrine Dudoit, Elizabeth Purdom, and their current and former students (Boying Gong, Davide Risso, Hector Roux de Bézieux, Kelly Street, and Koen Van den Berge) helped on to roll out the very first comprehensive atlas of brain cells. In collaboration with Berkeley neuroscientist colleagues Helen Bateup, Dirk Hockemeyer, and John Ngai, they developed and applied statistical methods and software to classify brain cells and determine their function. Read more about this project and their work here.
You can find the two papers published online in the journal, Nature, below: