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User Group Meeting

May 23rd., 2023 | 09:30 AM – 18:00 PM

Civitas Metropolitano, Madrid, Spain

The 10x Genomics User Group Meeting (UGM) is a one-day event intended for those new to single cell and spatial technology as well as seasoned 10x Genomics technology users. This highly informative series of scientific sessions will feature keynote presentations by leading researchers, expert panels, and networking opportunities with peers.

The relationship between cells and their relative locations within tissue is critical to understanding normal development and disease pathology. Spatial transcriptomics is a groundbreaking molecular profiling method that allows scientists to measure all the gene activity in a tissue sample and map where the activity is occurring. Already this technology is leading to new discoveries that are proving instrumental in helping scientists gain a better understanding of biological processes and disease.


  • Network with single cell and spatial researchers from across the country.
  • Interact with 10x-perts on-site that will be there to answer questions about your experiment.
  • Access the 10x Genomics Scientific Challenge and get the opportunity to win a free kit for your project.
  • Stop by our functional booths to get your Passport to the four 10x Genomics worlds and have a chance to win 10x prize.

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Featured Speakers

Agnieszka Ciesielska, 10XGenomics

Agnieszka Ciesielska, PhD.

Science and Technology Advisor at 10x Genomics

Enrique Conde

Enrique Conde-Gallastegi, PhD Student

Postdoctoral Researcher at Navarra University

Carmen Gómez

Carmen Gómez Escolar, PhD

Researcher at CNIC, Madrid

Pablo Gómez

Pablo Gómez del Arco, PhD

Instituto de Investigación de Enfermedades Raras (IIER-AGH)

Adrián Ruiz

Adrián Ruiz Villalba

Researcher at Málaga University, IBIMA

Mar Elosua

Marc Elosua, PhD Student

Centro Nacional de Análisis Genómico (CNAG-CRG)

Nicole Rapicavoli

Nicole Rapicavoli

Product Manager at 10x Genomics, In Situ Collaborations

Preliminary Programme