Simultaneous single-cell mRNA and epitope mapping of human CD4+ T-cells using the BD Rhapsody™ and the BD™ AbSeq platform
“ Currently a senior post-doctoral fellow in John Todd’s lab at the University of Oxford, my primary research aims at understanding how type 1 diabetes-associated genetic variants are functionally associated with disease. Through a combination of genomic and flow cytometric approaches, I have been interested in characterising the regulatory T-cell compartment in type 1 diabetes, and how it is modulated by low-dose IL-2 treatment in vivo. More recently, I have been interested in the application of single-cell RNA sequencing technologies, including the BD Rhapsody™ system, as a powerful new approach to dissect the heterogeneity of regulatory T cells in humans.”
Dr. Ricardo C.Ferreira
University of Oxford, UK.
Ricardo’s results are in press, and can be accessed here.