Upcoming Workshops on Quantitative Imaging Cytometry

Kate Hilburn KHilburn at Compucyte.com
Wed Jan 17 10:13:35 EST 2007


If you missed the announcements, I want to let you know about three educational 
symposia/workshops to be held over the next month in Toronto, Boston, and Long Island, 
New York, featuring educational presentations by a number of well-known researchers.  
The meetings are being organized and hosted by the University Health Network 
(Toronto), MIT, and the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, and cosponsored by 
CompuCyte Corporation. 

January 29 in Toronto:  "Observing Form - Defining Function: Quantitative Imaging 
Cytometry in Pathology Research and Practice," sponsored by the University Health 
Network and Toronto Medical Laboratories:
	"Whole Slide Imaging: A Multicoloured Landscape Viewed from Different 
	Platforms" - Doug Tkachuk, MD, University of Toronto

	"Cellular Life as a Biochemical Finite State Machine: Implications for Cell Based 
	Assays" - James Jacobberger, PhD, Case Comprehensive Cancer Center, 
	Cleveland OH

	"Pharmacodynamic monitoring of molecular cancer therapeutics at the preclinical 
	and early clinical stages of development" - David W. Hedley, MD, Princess 
	Margaret Hospital/Ontario Cancer Institute

	"Changing Times - Changing Paradigms: The Role of Quantitative Imaging 
	Cytometry in Extracting Maximal Information from Minimal Material " - 
	William Geddie, MD, University of Toronto
	
February 6 at the MIT Center for Cancer Research:  "New Developments in Laser 
Scanning Cytometry":
	"High throughput analysis of cell-material interaction using scanning laser 
	cytometry" - Daniel Anderson, Center for Cancer Research, Massachusetts 
	Institute of Technology

	"Applications of laser scanning cytometry in translational research and clinical 
	pathology" - Joerg Schwock, Department of Laboratory Medicine & 
	Pathobiology, University of Toronto

	"Potential mechanisms for the generation of chromosome aneuploidy in human 
	cancer" - John M. Lehman, Brody School of Medicine, East Carolina University, 
	NC

	"Quantitative scanning cytometry to measure virus spread dynamics in cell 
	culture" -  Jean-Luc Bodmer, Merck Research Laboratories
	"Evaluation of islet composition and beta cell apoptosis in isolated pancreatic 
	islets by Laser Scanning Cytometry" - Ivan Todorov, Southern California Islet 
	Cell Resource Center, Department of Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolism, 
	City of Hope National Medical Center and Beckman Research Institute, Duarte, 
	CA

February 20 in Woodbury, NY, sponsored by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, "New 
Developments in Quantitative Imaging Cytometry":
	"Cellular Life as a Biochemical Finite State Machine: Implications for Cell Based 
	Assays" - James Jacobberger, PhD, Case Comprehensive Cancer Center, 
	Cleveland OH
	
	"Activation of ATM and phosphorylation of H2AX reporters of DNA damage" - 
	Zbigniew Darzynkiewicz. MD, PhD, Brander Cancer Research Institute, Valhalla, 
	NY

	"An introduction to Laser Scanning Cytometry:  Individuals Cells and Whole 
	Tissues"  (LSC technology and applications update, with focus on apoptosis and 
	tissue analysis) - William Telford, PhD, NIH/NCI, Bethesda, MD

	"Quantitative analysis of JNK signaling in a mouse model of Parkinsons disease 
	by Laser Scanning Cytometry" - Deirdre Buckley, PhD, Cold Spring Harbor 
	Laboratory

	"Pharmacodynamic monitoring of molecular cancer therapeutics at the preclinical 
	and early clinical stages of development" - David W Hedley, MD, Princess 
	Margaret Hospital/Ontario Cancer Institute
	"An automated method to monitor skin mast cells by Laser Scanning Cytometry" 
	- Gloria Juan, Amgen

	"LSC analysis of tissue microarrays:  Application to subcellular localization of 
	p27 and prostate cancer recurrence" - Peter Gann, MD, ScD, University of 
	Illinois at Chicago
	
	"Quantitative Imaging Cytometry:  Technology to support the new role of 
	pathology in the era of specific targeted therapies"- William Geddie, MD, 
	University of Toronto

	"Quantification of Three Color Quantum Dot Labeled Pancreatic Hormones using 
	the Laser Scanning Cytometer" - David Krull, GlaxoSmithKline 

You must register to attend, but there is no charge.  Further details are available at 
http://www.compucyte.com.






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