moorej at mail.med.upenn.edu
Tue Feb 25 14:31:13 EST 2014
Hi Rich and Everyone...
This is the goal of CytoU and we welcome full involvement of the community. With approximately 10 courses under development each with multiple author groups, many of you are already involved in that part of the U. We have had two webinars so far and will be having these monthly, and again we welcome suggestions and ideas. ISAC is devoting considerable effort to this. For this to succeed, we are going to need effort from everyone in the community as course developers, reviewers, etc. This does not cover everything but is a start.
Having said that...I fully support an "education" pow-wow...perhaps something at ISAC even informally?
Like Rich, this is one of my passions and I feel it is an important role for shared resources!
On Feb 25, 2014, at 12:39 PM, Konz, Richard wrote:
> Hi folks:
> Education in cytometry should be something we as scientists and educators should be concerned with. That being said, New England Cytometry would like to get the ball rolling.
> There are courses available [like Flocyte, ExCyte, ISAC, manufacturers courses etc.], but how do we get people more involved?
> I teach a graduate course in flow and image cytometry, but that is of course a limited audience.
> Let's all put our collective heads together for an educational forum that people can get involved with. Either online or better in person.
> All the best to everyone,
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