Recommendations for flow courses

J.Paul Robinson jpr at
Wed Mar 20 21:07:27 EST 2002

Well it seems that it might be time for us folks at Purdue to run a course ..sounds like
there are plenty of people....of course I prefer teeaching course in exotic
locations......but imagine, beautiful downtown lafayette......!!!


On 19 Mar 2002, at 17:23, Norma Seaver wrote:

Dear Flowers,
This is just the type of course that my director is looking for as well and
it sounds like the course I have been nagging him about is closed, please
include me in any  responses to Jennifer's request. Thanks,

On  Tue, 19 Mar 2002 09:40:39 -0500 you wrote:
>First of all I would like to thank everyone who replied to my questions about
>titering antibodies, etc.  Your responses were very helpful.
>Second, could anyone recommend a good week long flow course suitable for a
>beginner flow user like myself?  It would need to be more research oriented
>rather than clinical and cover basics like one and two color cytometry and
>sorting.  I really wanted to go to the 25th Annual Course in Flow
>Cytometry this
>June at Bowdoin College, Maine, but I found out yesterday they are full
>and I am
>the 13th person on the waiting list.  If anyone could recommend another good
>course coming up (in the USA) I would appriciate it.

Norma A. Seaver, Mgr.
AZCC Flow Cytometry
1515 N. Campbell Ave.
(520) 626-2450
nseaver at

J.Paul Robinson, PhD             PH:(765)4940757
Professor of Immunopharmacology
Professor of Biomedical Engineering
Purdue University          FAX:(765)4940517
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