Webinar: Latest Applications in Flow Cytometry - Broadening the Adoption

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Webinar: Latest Applications in Flow Cytometry - Broadening the Adoption

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News presents a complimentary webinar entitled:

Latest Applications of Flow Cytometry - Broadening the Adoption

Date: Wednesday, October 14, 2009
Time: 1:00 pm EDT

Register, for free, at www.genengnews.com/flowcytometry

Flow cytometry is being adopted in a diverse range of applications including studies of cell cycle, growth, function, activation, differentiation, and signaling across such disciplines as pharmacology, toxicology, stem cell research, drug discovery, systems biology, clinical diagnostics, and others.
Scientists involved in virtually any area of cellular research will therefore want to attend Latest Applications of Flow Cytometry—Broadening the Adoption, a free webinar conducted by worldclass scientists and hosted by Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News.
Key learning points for this webinar

  • The evolution of flow cytometry from an obscure, highly specialized technique to an everyday, multiparametric method for conducting life science research
  • Microcapillary cytometry applications in cell health profiling, drug discovery, antibody screening, and characterization of algae for biofuels R&D
  • Sample-sparing capabilities of a compact, microcapillary flow cytometer
  • Applications of microcapillary flow cytometry to obesity research in a mouse model

A live Q&A session will follow the presentations, offering you a chance to pose questions to our expert panelists.
Panelists include
David L. Haviland, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston
Brian K. McFarlin, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Exercise Physiology, Nutrition, and Immunology, University of Houston
Kamala Tyagarajan, Ph.D., Senior R&D Manager, Millipore

Register at: www.genengnews.com/flowcytometry

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I wish it had one or two

I wish it had one or two speakers, they all talked super fast. Also it'd be good to use other applications for webinar. Corning webinar allows me to download presentations and to record the lecture as well. Plus Tom Tang made me cute certificate =)