2016 New England Cytometry User Group Meeting

Thanks to all of you who attended the 2016 NECyto meeting this year, we hope you enjoy the t-shirts!  Jennifer Wilshire has shared her Forensic Flow talk and a quiz that has “Crimes of FACSing” in it that we didn’t get to during the meeting.  She welcomes you to use the slides and quiz in your own teaching and edit however you need.

Forensic Flow

Quiz

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The New England Cytometry Users Group’s annual Fall meeting will be October 13, 2016 from 8:00 am to 5 pm, returning to the Mark and Lisa Schwartz Auditorium of the Ragon Institute at 400 Technology Square in Cambridge MA.
http://www.ragoninstitute.org/contact/
We hope you will join us!
www.ragoninstitute.org

The participant rate is now only $50.00!! To register online, go to:
https://www.regonline.com/Register/Checkin.aspx?EventID=1861366
On-site registration will be available, 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 the 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 (speaking order subject to change, title or topic indicated):

8:00am-8:45am:
Registration (400 TS lobby) and Breakfast (100/200TS Atrium)

8:45am-9:00am: “Welcome and Introduction”
Michael Waring: Associate Director, Ragon Institute Imaging Core
Richard Konz– President, New England Cytometry

9:00am-9:45am:  Joseph Tario, Roswell Park Cancer Institute.
“Diagnosing CMV using dextramers.”
https://www.roswellpark.org/pathology/flow-cytometry

9:45am-10:30am:  Bruce Bagwell, MD, Verity Software House.
“The utility of high-dimensional modeling of mass cytometry data integrated with the t-SNE display system”
http://www.vsh.com

10:30am-11:15am:  Jonni Moore, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania.
“Pushing the Limits of Clinical Cytometry: From Extracellular Vesicles, to Solid Tumors, to Computational Analysis”

11:15am-12:30pm:  Lunch and open vendor exhibits–please visit our vendors who support our meetings.  100/200TS Atrium

12:30pm-1:15pm David Sykes, MD, Ph.D., Mass General Hospital.
“Drug discovery in acute myeloid leukemia: using flow cytometry as a phenotypic screening tool”
http://www.massgeneral.org/doctors/doctor.aspx?id=18950#

1:15pm-2:00pm  Robert Michael Angelo, MD, Stanford University.
“Multiplexed Ion Beam Imaging”
https://explorecourses.stanford.edu/instructor/mangelo0

2:00pm-2:45pm:  Afternoon Break–please visit our vendors who support our meetings.

2:45pm-3:30pm:  Anna Belkina, MD, Ph.D., BU Medical Center.
“Building a toolbox for automated analysis of polychromatic flow cytometry datasets”
http://www.bu.edu/flow-cytometry/about-us/

3:30pm-4:15pm:  Vera Donnenberg, Ph.D. and Albert Donnenberg, Ph.D, University of Pittsburg School of Medicine
“The cell surface proteome of metastatic epithelial cancer”
http://www.mirm.pitt.edu/our-people/faculty-staff-bios/vera-donnenberg-phd/
http://path.upmc.edu/personnel/Faculty/Donnenberg.htm

4:15pm-5:00:  Jennifer Wilshire, Ph.D. STEMCELL Technologies.
“Forensic Flow Cytometry”

Post-Meeting Boston User Group meeting at some local pub to be determined.

Check back for updates!
Last updated 8/31/16

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