One day flowcytometryUK Meeting
Scientific Organisers: Derek Davies, Francis Crick Institute and Rachael Walker, Babraham Institute, Cambridge
The one day flowcytometryUK 2017 Meeting will take place in London highlighting the diverse areas in which cytometry is a vital resource. There will be scientific presentations from a number of speakers interspersed with commercial flash presentations. A commercial exhibition will allow delegates to see recent developments in the field and the meeting also afford a great opportunity to network with fellow cytometrists in a relaxed and informal environment.
This meeting was formerly known as the Advances in Cytometry Meeting.
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- 09:45Sensing the colour of the spectrum: detection of fluorescent proteins and surface markers using the Spectral Analyser, Maria Daly, MRC-Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge
- 10:15Techno bite - Miltenyi Biotec Ltd
Innovative flow cytometry solutions
- 10:30Identification of foetal notochordal cell markers in adult nucleus pulposus cell sub-populations to understand intervertebral disc ontogeny and inform stem cell differentiation strategies, Steve Richardson, University of Manchester
- 11:00Coffee and Exhibition
- 11:30Imaging cytometry as a platform for extracellular vesicle analysis, Hefin Rhys, The Francis Crick Institute
- 12:00Techno bite - FlowJo LLC
High parameter data with FlowJo
- 12:15Imaging Mass Cytometry, Richard Grenfell, Cancer Research UK
- 12:45Lunch and Exhibition
- 13:45The Advantages of Fluorescent Cell Barcoding: multiplexing, rapid immunophenotyping and improved data quality, Tamara Lekishvili, IGC Group
- 14:15Techno bite - Cairn Research
Single cell isolation for sequencing
- 14:30Improving a Flow Cytometry Sorter’s sensitivity in the CRISPR Age, Andy Riddell, University of Cambridge
- 15:00Tea and Exhibition
- 15:30Flowcytometry in anti-doping, David Cowan, King's College London
- 16:00The Terry Hoy Lecture
Origins and evolution of childhood leukaemiaTariq Enver, UCL
- 16:46Closing remarks
- 17:00RMS Flow Cytometry Section AGM
Professor David Cowan
King's College London
Professor David Cowan is the Director of the internationally renowned King’s College London Drug Control Centre which he co-founded in 1978 and which has been in the forefront of introducing advances in anti-doping science for many years.
His work includes bioanalysis of forensic relevance and has given evidence in both criminal (including murder) and civil cases. He has published extensively in the field of pharmaceutical analysis especially in relation to the detection and quantification of drugs and their metabolites in complex body fluids and detecting drug administration in sport.
Professor Cowan was recognized in the New Years Honours List in January 2016 in which he was awarded an OBE for his services to anti-doping science.
MRC-Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge
Prior to running the flow cytometry core at the MRC-LMB, Maria worked in several academic and non-academic institutes including GlaxoSmithKline in Stevenage, and the Immune Tolerance Network in Miami.
Dr Richard Grenfell
Cancer Research UK
After studying Chemistry at Salford University, Richard worked in the oligonucleotide synthesis group at the MRC’s Laboratory of Molecular Biology, before changing direction and running the flow cytometry equipment for the LMB for 8 years. Moving to Cancer Research UK, Richard runs the Flow Cytometry core facility at the Cancer Research UK, Cambridge Institute, at Cambridge University. Richard is involved with local, national and international cytometry groups.
Dr Hefin Rhys
The Francis Crick Institute
LGC Group, Teddington
Tamara received her PhD from Tbilisi State University, Georgia (Biochemistry). Later she was awarded with the NATO scholarship and continued her research at NTNU (Norway) in neurobiology group. After two dynamic post-doctoral positions at the University of Bath (Prion disease research group) and University of Birmingham (Breast Cancer research group), Tamara joined LGC were she is a certified flow cytometry specialist within the cell biology team.
Dr Stephen Richardson
University of Manchester
Stephen is a Senior Lecturer in Cell and Tissue Engineering at The University of Manchester. His research focusses on the development of stem cell-based regenerative medicine therapies for repair of orthopaedic tissues, particularly the intervertebral disc. To achieve this his work also investigates intervertebral disc development, the pathophysiological changes occurring during disease or ageing and the elucidation of molecular phenotype using –omics approaches.
University of Cambridge
Andy Riddell has managed the Flow Cytometry facility for the Cambridge Stem Cell Institute since 2013. Andy started working in Flow Cytometry in 1995 at the MRC’s Laboratory of Molecular Biology. He pioneered High speed sorting in the UK and was an early adopter of the technology in Europe. He has developed electronics for the technology. In 2000, he moved to the CIMR Cambridge and then in 2003 Joined European Molecular Biology Laboratory in Heidelberg where he developed his knowledge of fast laser systems on flow cytometers resulting in a patent application. He has extensive flow cytometry knowledge and developed numerous assays including the Rmax measurement.
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