The Corporate Lunch & Learn sessions will be held on Sunday, October 8
from 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
and offer an opportunity for you to hear about the latest products from the participating companies. There is no charge to attend. This is a "bring your own lunch" session. Attendees that arrive at the session by 12:10 PM will receive a 10 USD Visa gift card as compensation for their lunch purchase.
The schedule will be posted below once it becomes available.
12:00 PM - FLOWJO
TITLE: "FlowJo and the Clinical Workflow"
SPEAKER: Melanie O'Donahue, MT, ASCP, CCy, Clinical Application Scientist, FlowJo LLC
DESCRIPTION: FlowJo LLC has created a suite of products that enable ease, efficiency and standardization in the clinical flow cytometry laboratory, from sample collection through final report. We will step through the workflow and explore the features that facilitate an ideal clinical workflow. I will also introduce a new product that is in the design process. The FlowJo Clinical platform will provide the tools and solutions that a clinical laboratory needs in one package. This innovation is possible because FlowJo Clinical is being designed by and for clinical flow cytometrists with input from key leaders in the field. Join me for an active discussion on what you would like to see in our new clinical platform. Come learn about FlowJo in the Clinical Workflow, today and looking forward.
12:30 PM - DE NOVO SOFTWARE
1:00 PM - BD BIOSCIENCES
TITLE: "Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia Standardization: An Update"
SPEAKERS: Dr. Michael Borowitz, MD, Johns Hopkins, Abigail Kelliher, Technical Application Specialist, BD Biosciences
1:30 PM - ZELLKRAFTWERK
TITLE: "Chipcytometry: 100-plex Cytometry in Discovery and Clinical Trial Support"
SPEAKER: Jan Detmers, VP Clinical Services, Zellkraftwerk GmbH
DESCRIPTION: The implementation of cytometry-based biomarker assays for the analysis of clinical trial samples remains a challenge due to the limited stability of clinical specimens. Chipcytometry is a high parameter image cytometry-based platform enabling sample storage for up to 24 months at full biomarker stability. Chipcytometry has a number of features that are quite similar to conventional flow cytometry with two additional features making Chipcytometry an exciting technology for the analysis of precious samples:
1. Long-term sample storage
2. New 100-plex panel for human immune cell phenotyping.
In this session you will learn how to implement sample biobanking, bioanalysis and re-interrogation to support immunology trials.