Fall Meetings Information

Plenty of educational and networking opportunities in Boston this fall!

Online registration is now open for this year’s NECyto Fall Meeting!  We will have 8 talks, lunch, and a vendor fair, returning to the Ragon Institute after our successful meeting last year.  Please find the speaker list, schedule, and additional information (including the link for online registration) here:
https://newenglandcytometry.com/meetings/2016-necyto-fallmeeting/

While you are in Boston/Cambridge, why not stick around for the weekend for some additional events?  The NERLSCD Meeting will be held from Oct 13 through Oct 15th
https://sites.google.com/a/my.abrf.org/nerlscd/home
NERLSCD 2016 Registration is open!
If you are a manager or director of a core facility, you should consider attending the 11th annual NERLSCD meeting, to be held Oct 13-15, 2016 , in Boston MA.
The North East Regional Life Sciences Core Directors meeting (often called the NERDS meeting) is an outstanding regional forum for core facility administrators, directors, managers and staff to network with colleagues, to learn about biotechnology advances and their applications, and to discuss the challenges of implementing shared research resources.
Registration link:  https://sites.google.com/a/my.abrf.org/nerlscd/registration

Finally, the Biacore Users Group meeting will be held on October 14th at the Ragon Institute.  Learn about applications for SPR (Surface Plasmon Resonance) technologies. More details to follow, contact mwaring@partners.org if you are interested.

We hope to see you in Boston this year!
The NECyto Organizing Committee

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