Ancestry Networks for the Human Cell Atlas
These projects support researchers to contribute healthy, single-cell reference data from ancestrally diverse tissue samples to the Human Cell Atlas, with the aim of creating a more globally representative resource to understand disease.
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Andres Moreno-Estrada Carlos H. Ortiz-Ramirez C. Daniela Robles-Espinoza Ricardo A. Verdugo Vinicius Maracaja-Coutinho Guillermo Barreto Carla Gallo Patricia Severino Patricia A. Possik Hugo Guerrero-Cazares
This team will develop a cell map of gene expression profiles for healthy immune cell and gallbladder tissue from diverse indigenous and admixed populations across the Americas.
Sarah Tishkoff Oni Richards Francesca Luca Roger Pique-Regi Marta Mele Youssef Idaghdour Reginald Kavishe Lluis Quintana-Murci Jimmie Ye Nina Luning-Prak
This team will analyze genetic and environmental factors driving transcriptional and epigenomic variation in immune responses at the single-cell level in individuals of African ancestry residing in urban and rural areas.
Sophia George Jasmine Plummer Rob Kulathinal Simone Badal Camille Ragin Bala Audu Vincent DeGennaro Raleigh Butler Charles Waihenya Githiaka Valerie Odero-Marah
This team will develop a comprehensive atlas of prostate, breast and human fallopian tube at single-cell resolution across the African diaspora in the U.S., Caribbean, and West and East Africa.
Sarah Snelling Mathew Baldwin Christopher Buckley Adam Cribbs Celia L. Gregson Vikas Khanduja Collen Masimirembwa David Sims Kate Ward
This team will develop an ancestrally diverse atlas of the adult human musculoskeletal system.
Franklin Huang Nynikka Palmer Joshua D. Campbell Samuel L. Washington III Elad Ziv Jimmie Ye Kim Rhoads Douglas Strand
This team will develop a comprehensive atlas of the human prostate at single-cell resolution.
Maksim Plikus Bogi Andersen Dara H. Sorkin Natasha Mesinkovska Qing Nie Johann E. Gudjonsson Lam C. Tsoi Rachel Bergmans Michelle Kahlenberg Allison Billi
This team will build an open source, spatially resolved single-cell atlas from skin tissue samples across a variety of ancestries.
Rui Chen Timothy Stout Margaret DeAngelis Ken Chen Han Chen
This team will generate a comprehensive, spatially resolved single-cell atlas of the human eye across diverse ancestral backgrounds, compare results against existing data, and integrate into the current cell atlas dataset.
Jingjing Li David K. Stevenson Gary Shaw Virginia D. Winn Alexis Cobbins Sarah England Nima Aghaeepour
This team will develop a reference atlas of placental cells from understudied populations and examine population-specific vulnerabilities to pregnancy complications.
Joseph Wu Wing Wong Andrew Connolly Leah Backhus William Greenleaf James Zou Fatima Rodriguez
This team will develop a single-cell multi-omics and spatial transcriptomics atlas of ancestrally diverse, healthy heart tissue.
Shyam Prabhakar John Chambers Woong-Yang Park Jay W. Shin Varodom Charoensawan Partha Majumder Anuradhani Kasturiratne Khadija Irfan Khawaja Yulia Medvedeva
This team will extensively characterize immune cell variation in healthy tissue sampled from ancestrally diverse Asian populations.
Nicholas Banovich Irene Gallego Romero Herawati Sudoyo Safarina Malik Murray Cox
This team will develop a multi-omic single-cell atlas of the immune system of Indonesian people from various ancestral backgrounds and environments.
Luis Barreiro Tábita Hünemeier Ricardo Fujita John Marioni Lucas Vicuña Lars Fehren-Schmitz
This team will develop comprehensive single-cell resolution maps of gene expression and epigenetic variation in immune cells from Indigenous South American populations.
Katrina Pollock Mark Coles Calliope Dendrou Anita Milicic Teresa Lambe Aime Palomeras (nee Boakye) Brian Marsden Pontiano Kaleebu Hashem Koohy Samantha Vanderslott
This team will develop a single-cell atlas of lymph node vaccine immune responses in ancestrally diverse groups in the U.K. to accelerate vaccine discovery research and encourage a community-driven approach to vaccine research for the benefit of all.
Gosia Trynka Alejandra Medina-Rivera Yesid Cuesta Astroz Benilton de Sá Carvalho Marcela Katherine Sjöberg Herrera Luis Alberto Tataje Lavanda Pablo Alberto Romagnoli Maximiliano Berro Castiglioni
This team will profile the immune cell landscape using a combination of single-cell transcriptomics, proteomics, and epigenomic sequencing technologies in peripheral blood mononuclear cells across diverse Latin American populations.
Semir Beyaz Nicolas Robine Onyinye Balogun Renee Pekmezaris Marina Frimer
This team will generate multi-omics maps of the cellular diversity in the human endometrium across diverse ancestries.
Benedict Anchang Idowu Aimola Musa Kana
This team will generate a single-cell atlas of reproductive and perinatal development of ethnically diverse Nigerian donors to study the effects of environmental factors on pregnancy.
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