[Cytometry] Formation of a new core

Armstrong, Randall RArmstrong at stanfordmed.org
Fri Apr 12 14:35:43 EDT 2013

Hi, Lorelle

If you are collecting flow data with patient PHI you must consider secure, reliable HIPAA-compliant data storage Sadly that means having to deal with the institution's IT dept....

Congrats on starting the new flow core!

Randy Armstrong
Stanford Cellular Therapeutics & Transplantation Laboratory
From: cytometry-bounces at lists.purdue.edu [cytometry-bounces at lists.purdue.edu] on behalf of Lorelle Parker [lparker at chori.org]
Sent: Wednesday, April 10, 2013 3:56 PM
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Subject: [Cytometry] Formation of a new core

Hello Fellow Flow-ers,
We are in the process of creating a new flow core from scratch and I was wondering from the other members of the list:

What changes would you make to your flow core if you could?
What would you have included that you didn't?
Was there anything logistically that you learned afterwards which you wish you had thought about before?
Do you have a microscope and do users use it to check the staining of their cells prior to running their samples?

Any additional information would be greatly appreciated.
I thank you all in advance for your time,



Lorelle Parker, M.S., Psy. D.
Flow Cytometry Core
Children's Hospital Oakland Research Institute
5700 Martin Luther King, Jr. Way
Oakland, California 94609
lparker at chori.org

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