A one-day symposium with talks from key academic and industry speakers showcasing techniques and developments for full spectral experiments
About this event
The Babraham Institute is delighted to be supporting the first dedicated symposium for spectral flow cytometry.
The Symposium is designed to be highly interactive; delegates will have the opportunity to meet with academics and technical specialists from leading flow cytometry companies, listen to talks detailing the full spectral cyometry opportunities, experimental techniques and analysis methods associated with this cutting-edge technology, and see the range of cutting-edge equipment offered by exhibiting companies.
The Symposium organisers welcomes posters featuring spectral flow cytometry from all delegates. Posters will be displayed at the Symposium and in delegate packs. A poster prize will also be awarded.
Delegates are invited to participate in a tour of the Babraham Institute's Flow Cytometry Facility, which has one of largest number of spectral flow cytometers in the world.
Keynote address: Why is spectral cytometry so critical for flow cytometry?
- Professor J. Paul Robinson, Director of Cytometry Laboratories and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute at Purdue University, USA
Leveraging novel fluorophore technologies to enable flexible and higher dimensional immune profiling by spectral flow cytometry
- Dr Seddon Thomas, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Full Spectrum Profiling (FSP)™ – Best Practices and Tools to High Parameter Panel Design Success
- Dr Adam Davison, Cytek BioSciences
Do more with less: improving high parameter cytometry through overnight staining
- Dr Oliver Burton, the Babraham Institute
The Secrets of Full Spectrum Panel Optimization
- Dr Laura Ferrar Font, Malaghan Institute of Medical Research
Build your spectral intuition with maths and finger paints
- Dr Peter Mage, Advanced Technologies Group, BD Biosciences
Back to the Future- Unleashing your cytometer’s spectral potential
- Dr Chris Hall, the Babraham Institute
Spectral analysis using the Sony ID7000: Tools for deeper discoveries
- Dr Melanie Piédavent-Salomon, Sony Biotechnology
To register please visit: https://SFCS2022.eventbrite.co.uk
Deadline for poster submissions: 10th October.
Standard delegate admission: £100 (+VAT)
- A 50% discount is offered to academics (promo code: Academic2022)
- A 50% discount is offered to Flow Cytometry Core Facility/SRL staff (promo code: FlowTeams2022)
- A 10% discount is offered to Babraham Research Campus tenants and Babraham Institute’s Flow Cytometry Facility users (promo code: Campus2022).
This event is kindly sponsored by: