2015 New England Cytometry User Group Meeting

The New England Cytometry Users Group’s annual Fall meeting will be on October 6th, 2015 from 8:00 am to 5 pm at the Mark and Lisa Schwartz Auditorium of the Ragon Institute at 400 Technology Square in Cambridge MA.  We hope you will join us!  See map at the bottom of the page, or this link:

On-site registration will be available, participant rate is $75.00, so if you have a last-minute sort cancellation and you find yourself free, come on by!

There will be parking on-site at the 800 Technology Square Garage, $5 for all day. Take a ticket when you enter the garage and tell the attendant on the way out that you were at the meeting.

Doors open for vendor setup at 7 am, in 100/200 Technology Square.

We have an excellent speaker lineup for our meeting this year:

Registration (400 TS lobby) and Breakfast (100/200TS Atrium)

“Introduction and Notes”
Richard Konz–President, New England Cytometry

“Alternative Aerosol Testing Methods”
Michael Waring and Mike Xie–
Ragon Institute of MGH, MIT and Harvard

“Tunable laser technology for flow cytometry”
William Telford–NIH-NCI

“Automating Clinical Lab Analysis:  CD34+ Stem Cell Enumeration: A Software Perspective”
Beth Hill–Verity Software House

Lunch and open vendor exhibits–please visit our vendors who support our meetings. 100/200TS Atrium

“Evolving Strategies and Technologies in Cell Sorting and Separation”
Joe Trotter–BD Biosciences

“Identifying and Quantifying Heterogeneity in High Content Analysis:  Application of Heterogeneity Indices to Drug Discovery”
Albert Gough–University of Pittsburgh

Afternoon Break–please visit our vendors who support our meetings.

“Fluorescent biosensors for high throughput quantification of protein trafficking”
Alan Waggoner–Carnegie Mellon University

“The Use of Imaging Flow Cytometry as a Support Tool for the Traditional Flow Lab”
Scott Mordecai–ISXperts

Closing Remarks: “One World Cytometry: Trading Inequities”
Howard Shapiro–Shapiro Labs

Post-Meeting Boston User Group meeting at Cambridge Brewing Company, 1 Kendall Square Cambridge.NECyto map

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