We invite you to reimagine what’s possible with cytometry.
Participate in the largest gathering of the mass cytometry community this spring and hear about the latest advances in immuno-oncology and infectious disease research.
In the 10 years since its debut, CyTOF® has moved from being a niche discovery tool to broad adoption across a wide range of research areas and use as a key component in over 130 translational and clinical research trials.
This year’s spring edition of the Fluidigm Mass Cytometry Summit will focus on investigators using the technology to gain previously unrecognized cell biology insights to develop new ways to diagnose and treat human disease.
You will also learn about fundamentals of the technology from Fluidigm experts and be among the first to hear about the latest advances in CyTOF technology.
If you use any type of cytometry in your research, take the opportunity to join this year’s Summit!
Tuesday, May 25, 2021
7:00 am–2:00 pm PT
10:00 am–5:00 pm ET
4:00–11:00 pm CET
|CyTOF in the Cancer Immune Monitoring and Analysis Centers (CIMAC): standardization and harmonization |
Holden Maecker, PhD
Professor, Microbiology and Immunology
Stanford University School of Medicine
|Multi-omic profiling of human immunity with CyTOF, Olink and automated RNA-seq |
Petter Brodin, MD, PhD
Associate Professor of Immunology
Director, Science for Life Laboratory
Mass Cytometry Facility
|Long-term tracking of vaccine-elicited tumor antigen-specific T cell responses in cancer patients using CYTOF|
Erika J. Crosby, PhD
Department of Surgery
Office of Biomedical Graduate Education
RCR/R&R Curriculum Manager
Duke University Medical Center
|Found in translation: data-driven analysis of single-cell proteomics data in clinical trials|
Yann Abraham, PhD
Discovery – Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson
|Understanding vaccine-mediated protection against typhoid fever: insights from human challenge models|
Deborah Cross, MRes BSc
Oxford Vaccine Group, Department of Paediatrics
NIHR Oxford Biomedical Research Centre
University of Oxford