From 11th -14th September 2017 , Siena, Italy. Organized by the University of Siena and directed by Dr. Sandra Nuti.
The advanced course in flow cytometry will be of particular relevance for researchers involved in the field of vaccination, both at the pre-clinical and clinical level, with basic knowledge of flow cytometry. The course will cover aspects such as the profiling of B and T cell responses, detection of rare cells, combination of multicolor flow cytometry with multi-gene next generation sequencing, standardization and quality assurance for multicolor flow cytometry and validation of flow cytometric methods in clinical trials, analysis of multi-dimensional data and computational flow cytometry.
The course will also include practical sessions and offers to participants the opportunity to analyse and discuss their own data.
The course will be limited to a maximum of 10 students, and participants’ course registration fees and hotel accommodation will be covered by ADITEC European Project.
For registration, please fill the application form and return to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline: 5th June 2017.
Confirmed course Speakers:
Sandra Nuti, Head of GSK Vaccines R&D Center FACS Facility, USA
Yvan Saeys, DaMBI, Ghent University, Belgium
Andrea Cossarizza, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy, ISAC President
Sylvie Bertholet, GSK Vaccines R&D, USA
Annalisa Ciabattini, University of Siena, Italy
Frédéric Clement, Ghent University, Belgium
Daniele Manganaro, Becton Dickinson, Italy
Gianluca Rotta, Becton Dickinson, Italy