2007 NW Regional Cytometry meeting, March 22, 23-24, in Seattle
kachelme at ohsu.edu
Sun Jan 21 17:48:30 EST 2007
Flow'ers, and other interested parties,
Northwest Cytometry User's Group and Cascade Cytometry User's Group are pleased to announce the 2007 Northwest Regional Cytometry meeting, tol be held at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center, March 23 - 24, entitled:
'Order in cytometric complexity: quantitation, inference, and data management'
Topics include inferring signaling networks from detection of phosphorylation states, data-mining, use of nanoparticles in diagnostics and therapeutics, as well as some of the practical aspects of data management. A complete listing of speakers and their topics, as well as information about registration, is to found in the attached PDF brochure. There is no registration fee thanks to the generous support of sponsors, but early registration is advised.
In association with the NW regional cytometry meeting, two other meetings will be held at Fred Hutchinson on the preceding day, March 22. The Flow Informatics and Computational Cytometry Society (FICCS; http://www.ficcs.org/) will be meeting (contact Ryan Brinkman info at ficcs.org for more information), and they will holding a day of talks and workshops. FloCyte Associates will also be offering a course, "DNA and Cell Cycle Analysis", taught by Dr. Frank Traganos (contact Sue DeMaggio at FloCyte at flocyte.com for information or enrollment).
For further information about the Northwest Regional Cytometry meeting, contact Julie Hill at hilljul at gmail.com or Allan Kachelmeier at kachelme at ohsu.edu.
Julie Hill, co-organizer, NWRC meeting
Scientist, Preclinical Development
Allan Kachelmeier, co-organizer, NWRC meeting
Manager, Confocal Microscopy core
Oregon Hearing Research Center
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