Come visit the Cytobank team at FOCiS and CYTO next week to learn more about what we’ve been up to, for some hands-on help, to share your wish list or just to chit-chat. We look forward to seeing you there!
Check out the various talks and posters at CYTO featuring Cytobank:
Saturday June 27, 2015
11:00 (Room: Alsh) – The First Multi-center Comparative Study Using a Novel Technology Mass Cytometry Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometer (CyTOF2) for High-Speed Acquisition of Highly Multi-parametric Single Cell Data: A Status Report A. Nasaar, B. Carter, J. Lannigan, R. Montgomery, N. Paul, M. Poulin, K. Raddassi, A. Rahman and N. Rashidi. Yale Univ. Sch. of Med., Stanford Shared FACS Facilities, Univ. of Virginia Sch. of Med., Dana-Farber Cancer Inst., Fluidigm, Cambridge, MA, Icahn Sch. of Med. at Mount Sinai and Ragon Inst. of MGH, MIT and Harvard.
11:40 (Room: Alsh) – High Content Dissection of Human Melanoma Tumor Heterogeneity during Treatment Using Mass Cytometry J. Irish, D. Doxie, A. Greenplate, K. Diggins, H. Polikowsky, K. Dahlman, J. Sosman and M. Kelley. Vanderbilt Univ. Sch. of Med.
12:00 (Room: Alsh) – Modeling Human Immune Dynamics in Surgery and at Steady State with Mass Cytometry G. Fragiadakis, B. Gaudilliere, M. Spizter, Z. Bjornson, M. Angst, S. Bendall and G. Nolan. Stanford Sch. of Med. and Stanford Univ.
11:00 (Room: Carron) – A Reference Framework for Modeling a Dynamic Immune System M. Spitzer, P.F. Gherardini, G.K. Fragiadakis, E.G. Engleman and G.P. Nolan. Stanford Univ
Sunday June 28, 2015
11:00 (Lomond Auditorium) – Connecting the Dots – A LiteratureBased Global View of the Immune Intercellular Circuitry S. Shen-Orr, K. Kveler, A. Ziv-Kenet, N. Aizenbud-Reshef, G. Shalev-Malul, N. Asbeh, Y. Kalugny, Y. Gorelik, J. Campbell, P. Dunn, E. Starosvetsky, T. Dubovik and J. Wiser. Technion-Israel Inst. of Technol. and Northrop Grumman IT Hlth. Solutions, Rockville, MD
Tuesday June 30, 2015
11:00 (Boisdale Room) – Patients Pre-operative Immune States Correlate with Recovery from Surgical Trauma B. Gaudilliere, G. Fragiadakis, E. Ganio, H. Lancero, M. Tingle, G. Nolan and M. Angst. Stanford Univ.
12:00 (Room: Alsh) – Automated Analysis of 16-Color Polychromatic Flow Cytometry Data Maps Immune Cell Populations and Reveals a Distinct Inhibitory Receptor Signature in Systemic Sclerosis A. Belkina, M. Fleury, C. Vazques Mateo, F. Raval, R. Lafyatis, H. Dooms and J. Snyder-Cappione. Boston Univ. Sch. of Med.
B77 208 Automated Discovery of Rare Cell Subsets: Identification of Leukemic Cells as Minimal Residual Disease C. Ciccolella, N. Kotecha and T.J. Chen. Cytobank Inc., Mountain View, CA and Stanford Univ.
B129 260 Extending Computational Methods for Single-Cell Flow Cytometry Data Analysis: Applications to High Parameter Single-Cell Data Types and High-Throughput Analysis G. Kraker, N. Kotecha and T.J. Chen. Cytobank Inc., Mountain View, CA.
B187 318 Big Data in Single Cell Biology: Analytic Approaches and Pipelines to Handle the Growing Multi-parameter Cytometry Space N. Kotecha, C. Ciccolella and T.J. Chen. Cytobank Inc., Mountain View, CA.
B293 424 Semi-automated Global Analysis of Healthy Whole Blood Samples Using Panels from the One Study N. Kotecha, T.J. Chen, S. Schlickeiser, G. Kraker and M. Streitz. Cytobank Inc., Mountain View, CA and Charité, Berlin