The New England Cytometry Users Group’s annual Fall meeting will be October 17, 2019, from 8:00 am to 5 pm, in the Mark and Lisa Schwartz Auditorium of the Ragon Institute at 400 Technology Square in Cambridge MA. We hope you will join us!
Register here: https://cvent.me/Z2vx0
On-site registration will be available, so if you have a last-minute sort cancellation and you find yourself free, come on by!
Doors open for vendor setup at 7 am, in 100/200 Technology Square. Vendor information is available here: https://newenglandcytometry.files.wordpress.com/2019/08/2019-necyto-vendor-info-sheet.pdf
There is parking on-site at the 800 Technology Square Garage. Pricing will be posted once confirmed.
8:00am-9:00am: Registration and Breakfast (100/200TS Atrium) (NOTE LOCATION UPDATE FOR REGISTRATION!)
9:05am-9:15am: “Welcome and Introduction”
Mike Waring: Director, Ragon Institute Imaging Core; President, New England Cytometry
9:15am-10:05am: Anne Carpenter, Broad Institute. “A picture is worth a million numbers: Targeting disease by profiling cells via microscopy and imaging flow cytometry.”
10:05am-10:55am: Jon Fallon and Allison Demas, Ragon Institute. “Using high throughput, flow-based tools to guide the development of functionalized malaria antibodies.”
10:55am-12:20pm: Lunch (85 minutes)- please visit with our vendors who support the meeting!
12:20pm-1:10pm: Marcela Maus, MGH. “CAR T cells: a new role for cytometry.”
1:10pm-2:00pm: Kelly Lundsten, Biolegend. “A new age in spectral detection: expanding and upgrading fluorophore selection.”
2:00pm-2:50pm: Afternoon Break–50 min–Please visit our vendors that sponsor the meeting!
2:50pm-3:40pm: Greg Bebehani, Ohio State University. “Applications of mass cytometry in myeloid malignancies.”
3:40pm-4:30pm: Joe Trotter, BD Life Sciences. “Next Generation Cell Sorting: New Tools and Methods.”
Post-Meeting Boston User Group beer hour at Cambridge Brewing Company.