CCMA 2019 Cytometry & Microscopy Symposium - Symposium de Cytom├ętrie & de Microscopie de l'ACCM 2019

Edmonton, Alberta
Monday, June 17, 2019
Final program
Programme final

Jun 17

Jun 18

8:00-8:30

Registration & Breakfast

8:00-8:30

Breakfast

8:30-8:40

Welcome

8:30-9:10

3.1. Sabine Ivison

8:40-9:20

1.1. Vera Tang

9:10-9:50

3.2. Hartland Jackson

9:20-10:00

1.2. Desmond Pink

9:50-10:30

3.3. Rob Salomon

10:00-10:40

1.3. Nicole Poulton

10:30-11:00

coffee

10:40-11:00

coffee

11:00-11:40

4.1. Anna Belkina

11:00-11:40

2.1. Robert Campbell

11:40-12:20

4.2. Andy Filby

11:40-12:20

2.2. Tanya Dahms

12:20-13:00

4.3. Robert Paproski

12:20-13:00

2.3. Peter Unrau

13:00-14:00

lunch & poster viewing

13:00-14:00

lunch & poster viewing

14:00-15:00

Tech Talks

14:00-15:00

Tech Talks

14:00-14:20

TT: BioLegend

14:00-14:20

TT: biotechne

14:20-14:40

TT: Fluidigm

14:20-14:40

TT: BioStatus

14:40-15:00

TT: Amnis/ Luminex

14:40-15:00

TT: Beckman Coulter

15:00-16:00

Keynote: Keisuke Goda

15:15-16:15

Workshops

16:00-16:30

Awards & AGM

16:30-17:30

Workshops

18:00-22:00

Networking Event


Topic 1

Good things come in small packages

1.1. Vera Tang

Flow Virometry: Flow Cytometry for the Virologist

1.2. Desmond Pink

Translating a MicroFlow Assay to the Clinic: A Real World Experience in Progress

1.3. Nicole Poulton

Exploring Aquatic Microbial Biodiversity using Flow Cytometry and Single Cell Genomics

Topic 2

Seeing is believing

2.1. Robert Campbell

Filling the visible spectrum, and beyond, with genetically encoded fluorophores and indicators

2.2. Tanya Dahms

Studying live cells inside and out with correlative microscopy

2.3. Peter Unrau

Selection of RNA Mango: A fluorescent aptamer system for cellular RNA imaging

Topic 3

High parameter fun

3.1. Sabine Ivison

Embarking on year 1 of CAN-ASC: the Canadian Autoimmunity Standardization Core

3.2. Hartland Jackson

The single cell landscape of breast cancer: tumour
cells and their microenvironments

3.3. Rob Salomon

Genomic Cytometry and New Tools for Ultra-high
Dimension Cytometry

Topic 4

Machines rule the world

4.1. Anna Belkina

Revealing Disease Phenotypes with Computational
Analysis of High-Dimensional Flow Cytometry Data

4.2. Andy Filby

The Label-free CD library - classifying immune cells by transmitted light and computer vision

4.3. Robert Paproski

State-of-the-art machine learning algorithms for flow cytometry data

Keynote speaker

Keynote speaker

Keisuke Goda

Intelligent image-activated cell sorting & beyond


Speaker

Workshop Title

Workshop 1

Thermo Fisher

Antibody Oligo’s & High-Sensitivity Immunoassays –

PrimeFlow & ProQuantum Assays

Workshop 2

Beckman Coulter

Enabling Single Cell Analysis of Extracellular Vesicles

Workshop 3

Miltenyi Biotech

3D Imaging of Large Samples Using Light Microscopy

Workshop 4

Rob Salomon

Understanding droplet based scRNASeq workflow

Workshop 5

Nicole Poulton

Thinking Outside the “Biomedical Box” – Working with

aquatic and environmental samples – Tips and Tricks

Workshop 6

Vera Tang, Josh Welsh

Methods for Standardization of Flow Cytometers for

Nanoscale Flow Cytometry: Analysis of Viruses & EVs

Workshop 7

Judith Lacoste

Tools for data reproducibility, sharing, and unbiased analysis

Workshop 8

Anna Belkina

Right tools for the job, right job for the tools: computational

analysis methods for cytometry data

Workshop 9

Hartland Jackson

Imaging Mass Cytometry from High-Dimension Imaging to

Spatially Resolved Single Cell Measurements

Workshop 10

Caterina Di Ciano-Oliveira

Colocalization: From acquisition to analysis


Company

Tech Talk Title

Biotechne

Multi-parameter Validation of Multipass GPCR Antibodies in the Multi-color

Flow Cytometry Multiverse

BioStatus

DRAQ(TM) dyes - still cutting across cytometry

Beckman Coulter

BioLegend

Advancing Spectral Detection in Microscopy and Flow Cytometry

AxiomOptics

Rescan Confocal Microscope - A new approach to laser-scanning confocal

microscopy

Amnis/Liminex

Amnis® CCD Camera-based Detection for High-speed Imaging and Flow

Cytometry Application




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Contact Information

  • Marie-Helene Lacombe

    Phone: 514-934-1934 x76352

    Immunophenotyping Platform
    Research Institute of the MUHC -Glen site
    1001 Decarie Blvd Room ES1.5066.1
    Montreal, QC, Canada
    H4A 3J1

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