2019 New England Cytometry Users Group Fall Meeting

We are excited to announce the topics for the New England Cytometry Users Group’s annual Fall meeting at the Ragon Institute on October 17th, 2019, at 400 Technology Square in Cambridge MA.
www.ragoninstitute.org

We were pleased to have the following speakers provide the day’s talks. The day’s agenda will be posted as we get closer to the day of the event.

-Jon Fallon and Allison Demas, Ragon Institute: “Using high throughput, flow-based tools to guide the development of functionalized malaria antibodies.”

-Greg Bebehani, Ohio State University. “Applications of mass cytometry in myeloid malignancies”

-Anne Carpenter, Broad Institute. “A picture is worth a million numbers: Targeting disease by profiling cells via microscopy and imaging flow cytometry”

-Kelly Lundsten Biolegend. “A new age in spectral detection: expanding and upgrading fluorophore selection”

-Marcela Maus MGH: “CAR T cells: a new role for cytometry.”

-Joe Trotter, BD Biosciences: “Future of Sorting.”

For the Vendors! Please visit this link for information about the meeting:
https://newenglandcytometry.files.wordpress.com/2019/07/2019-necyto-vendor-info-sheet.docx
We will send out an announcement when registration goes live.

7/29/19

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