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Refining Our Body Image

HuBMAP Consortium issues package of papers and new data for the research community to explore

Kidney Proteoform Imaging.

Revealing the Unseen with PiMS

The human body is made up of trillions of cells, each having a specialized role, and each affected by its environment and neighboring cells.

HuBMAP Summer Interns - 2022.

Want to know what we did last summer? Come find out!

In the summer of 2022, the Human BioMolecular Atlas Program (HuBMAP) launched its second iteration of the Underrepresented Student Internship Program…

Cathedral of Science.

Want to Make Spectacular Antibody Staining Images? Ask us how!

The NIH Common Fund FIRST program announced its second round of awardees to enhance diversity and inclusion among biomedical faculty.

Interns from HuBMAP's Underrepresented Student Internship Program.

What We Did on our Summer Vacation - Learning the Ins and Outs of Single-Cell Research

In Summer 2021, the Human BioMolecular Atlas Program launched its first Underrepresented Student Internship Program for undergraduate students to…

Scientific Highlight featuring from HuBMAP researchers: Fiona Ginty, PhD; Christina Surrette (in front) and Lisa Lowrei (in back); Gloria Pryhuber, MD.

Collaborating on Coronavirus: Discovering the Role of Lung Cells in Coronavirus Infection

While scientists continue to develop vaccines and therapies for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), it is also vital to understand how the…

Image of immune cells surrounding colorectal tumor cells. Magenta cells are displaying enriched expression in immune cells, while cyan cells are showing decreased expression in immune cells within the border.

scMEP: A Matchmaker using Single-Cell Profiling

All things that live are composed of cells, whether it be a single-celled organism like a bacterium, or something made of trillions of cells like a…

SeqFISH image of a piece of a heart tissue from CalTech Tissue Mapping Center using Vitessce visualization software.

The Human BioMolecular Atlas Program (HuBMAP) Presents Its First Data Release

An adult human body is made up of trillions of cells. How those cells interact with each other and arrange into tissues and organs directly impacts…

Images of mouse uterus cell types (stroma, glandular epithelium, luminal epithelium) generated by Trelliscope

Do You Know Where Your Proteins Are?

Multicellular organisms are composed of many different cell types, each having a specialized role in the organism’s survival. In order to specialize…

Image generated from mouse retina using Immuno-SABER. See reference for citation.

Amplifying the Light with Immuno-SABER

Until recently, scientists had to be satisfied with dissecting a population of cells from a specific tissue containing many different cells to draw…

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