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JAN 09, 2015 5:30 AM PST

Optimizing Workflows in Flow Cytometry

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  • Flow Specialist for École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
    Biography
      Loic Tauzin is a Flow Cytometry Specialist at École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL - Lausanne, Switzerland). His career includes working with high content screening and assay development for a CRO in Bordeaux, France, and work as a Scientific officer within the Flow Cytometry Core Facility at the University of Cambridge, UK. He holds a M.S, in Biotechnology from the Bordeaux Institute of Biotechnology (Bordeaux, France)
       
      Background about EPFL and our activities:
         130+ core facility users
         Users from the Life Sciences (SV) and Engineering (STI) Faculties
         Service and support for a wide range of research activities: cancer research, immunobiology,
           bioengineering, neurobiology, stem cells, regenerative medicine, microbiology, etc…
         Beta-testers for Kaluza Acquisition software for Gallios
        

    Abstract

     

    In this webinar, the presenter will discuss:

     

       An Introduction to EPFL’s Core Facility and its role in furthering flow cytometry research

       Workflow options for flow cytometry and multicolor assays

       Applications for Gallios combined with Kaluza Analysis and Kaluza Acquisition Software

       Benefits for core facilities, labs and companies

       Audience Q&A

     

    This webinar is ideal for

       Flow Cytometry researchers of all levels

       Core Laboratory Managers

       Flow cytometry core facility staff

    Learning Objectives:

    • Understand workflow options for flow cytometry and multicolor assays
    • Learn about applications for Gallios combined with Kaluza Analysis and Kaluza Acquisition Software
    • Learn about benefits of using Gallios combined with Kaluza Analysis and Kaluza Acquisition Software for core facilities, labs and companies

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