Staff Profiles

Elliott Swanson

Methods Development Specialist

Elliott Swanson currently works on the Molecular Biology team at the Allen Institute for Immunology where he designs and develops novel single-cell sequencing technologies and related genomic methodologies. Elliott also works in laboratory automation, including programming of liquid handling robots. Prior to the Institute, Elliott worked at Covance Genomics Laboratory performing clinical trial and drug development research. Elliott received his B.S. in Cellular and Molecular Biology from Western Washington University.

Selected Publications

BarWare: efficient software tools for barcoded single-cell genomics

BMC Bioinformatics
March 27, 2022

Swanson E, Reading J, Graybuck LT, Skene PJ

Multimodal analysis for human ex vivo studies shows extensive molecular changes from delays in blood processing

May 21, 2021

Savage AK, Gutschow MV, Chiang T, Henderson K, Green R, Chaudhari M, Swanson E, Heubeck AT, Kondza N, Burley KC, Genge PC, Lord C, Smith T, Thomson Z, Beaubien A, Johnson E, Goldy J, Bolouri H, Buckner J, Meijer P, Coffey EM, Skene PJ, Torgerson TR, Li XJ, Bumol TF

Simultaneous trimodal single-cell measurement of transcripts, epitopes, and chromatin accessibility using TEA-seq

April 9, 2021

Swanson E, Lord C, Reading J, Heubeck AT, Genge PC, Thomson Z, Weiss MDA, Li X, Savage AK, Green RR, Torgerson TR, Bumol TF, Graybuck LT, Skene PJ

Optimized workflow for human PBMC multiomic immunosurveillance studies

STAR Protocols
November 11, 2021

Genge PC, Roll CR, Heubeck AT, Swanson E, Kondza N, Lord C, Weiss M, Hernandez V, Phalen C, Thomson Z, Torgerson TR, Skene PJ, Bumol TF, Reading J