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MetroFlow 2020
The MetroFlow: NY/NJ Flow Cytometry Users Group invites you to attend our annual meeting, virtually, on November 17th & 18th, 2020. We are planning two half days of scientific presentations. Talks will start at 10am EST and there will be ample time for questions. CMLE/CE credits will be available.

Registration for the event will be free, but pre-registration is required to attend.

Our speakers for MetroFlow 2020 are:

November 17th, 2020
10:00-10:10AM Welcome & Introduction
10:10-11AM Vera Tang, PhD, Operations Manager & Adjunct Professor at University of Ottawa
“Small particle flow cytometry: Size matters, but it’s complicated”
11:00-11:50AM Evan Jellison, PhD, Associate Professor of Immunology & Director of Flow Cytometry at UConn Health
“Looking at Flow Cytometry Biosafety with 2020 Vision”
11:50-12:40 PM Marcela Carmona, PhD, Postdoctoral fellow at Columbia University
“Molecular Signatures of Motor Cortical Diversity During Learning”
12:40-1:30 PM Florian Mair, PhD, Scientist | Cytometry Specialist at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
“Defining the phenotype and function of antigen-presenting cells and T cells in the human tumor microenvironment using multi-omic single cell techniques”

November 18th, 2020
10:00-10:10AM Welcome & Introduction
10:10-11AM Tomas Kalina, PhD, Associate Professor at Dept. of Hematology & Oncology, Charles University
“Standardization of cytometry and antibody validation”
11:00-11:50AM Nicole Poulton, PhD, Director, Center for Aquatic Cytometry at Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences
“Exploring Marine Environments and Monitoring Microbial Patterns using Flow Cytometry”
11:50-12:40 PM Rachael Sheridan, PhD, Flow Cytometry Core Manager at Van Andel Institute
“Approaches for Handling Challenging Samples”

Check our website for more information!

We hope to see you there!
The MetroFlow Steering Committee
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