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UK Amnis® Users' Meeting 2019

Tuesday October 8th, 2019
Time: 9:00 – 17:00

Where:

The Francis Crick Institute

Address:

1 Midland Road | London NW1 1AT | United Kingdom

Planner: Francis Crick Institute together with Luminex

Welcome to the registration page for the 2019 UK Amnis Users’ meeting.

This is a free, one-day event for the benefit of current and prospective users of Luminex Corporation’s Amnis® imaging (FlowSight® & ImageStream®) and non-imaging (CellStream®) flow cytometers.

A brief technology update will be given by Amnis®, in addition to presentations and seminar room based workshops on a range of key and emerging applications.  As places for the parallel workshop sessions will be limited, please indicate which one of them you would like to attend by selecting the relevant tick box below the form for entering your registration details to the right of this page.

To register please send an e-mail to europe@luminexcorp.com 

 

09:00 Arrival and Registration
09:30 Welcome & Introduction
Derek Davies, Francis Crick Institute
09:40 Adventures in Imaging Flow Cytometry
Ziv Porat, Weizmann Institute of Science

10:20

Polluted Chinese sediments, ice from Antarctica and British Fatbergs: a journey into tracking environmental indicators using imaging flow cytometry.
Ann Power, University of Exeter

10:50 Break, Refreshments & Poster Viewing
11:20 An Update from Amnis
Speaker TBC
11:45 Size dependent Cdc25 expression is specific to mid-late G2
Scott Curran, Francis Crick Institute
12:15 Imaging flow cytometry in cancer drug discovery
Saikiran Sedimbi, Karolinska Institute

12:30

Lunch Break & Poster Viewing

13:30                                                Parallel Workshops

Small Particle Analysis

Joanne Lannigan, Hefin Rhys & Haley Pugsley

State of the art, best practises for acquisition & analysis and technology developments to enhance small particle sensitivity.

Internalisation & Intracellular Localisation

Ziv Porat & Dominic Jenner

An overview of the possibilities for quantifying internalisation & localisation by IFC.  Worked examples. Q&A & Discussions

Machine Learning

Paul Rees & Vidya Venkatachalam

A demo of the application of deep learning to IS data using MATLAV & New ML analysis software modules from  Amnis

 

 

15:00 Break, Refreshments & Poster Viewing

15:30

“Super-Resolution” Imaging Flow Cytometry
Stephen Cobbold, University of Oxford

 

16:00

Small Particle Imaging Flow Cytometry: Seeing is Believing!
Joanne Lannigan

16:45

Closing Remarks

 

These products are for Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures. Please contact Luminex at support@luminexcorp.com to obtain the appropriate product information for your country of residence.