A big thank you to those that joined us for the New England Cytometry Users Group’s annual Fall meeting on October 17, 2019, at the Ragon Institute!
We are grateful to our wonderful speakers, and are happy to share some of their talks with you. Some material is not yet public so those talks unfortunately cannot be posted. We appreciate your understanding.
Anne Carpenter, Broad Institute: “A picture is worth a million numbers: Targeting disease by profiling cells via microscopy and imaging flow cytometry.”
broad.io/CarpenterSlides (115MB, “2019_10_17 Cytometry”)
Kelly Lundsten, Biolegend: “A new age in spectral detection: expanding and upgrading fluorophore selection.”
Greg Behbehani, Ohio State University. “Applications of mass cytometry in myeloid malignancies.”
Joe Trotter, BD Life Sciences. “Next Generation Cell Sorting: New Tools and Methods.”
The following talks are not able to be posted. Come next year to make sure you can see all of the talks!
Marcela Maus, MGH. “CAR T cells: a new role for cytometry.”
Jon Fallon and Allison Demas, Ragon Institute. “Using high throughput, flow-based tools to guide the development of functionalized malaria antibodies.”
Thanks to all our vendors that sponsored our meeting this year:
We hope to see you all next year!