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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2018

7:30 - 8:00 AM

BREAK

COFFEE
Ballroom Foyer

8:00 - 12:00 PM

COURSE

SUNDAY COURSE AM
Grand Ballroom II

8:00
Primary Immunodeficiency
Michele Paessler. Children's Hospital of Philadelphia


8:45
Acquired Immunodeficiency
Jolene Cardinali. Hartford Healthcare


9:30
Coffee.


9:45
Plasma Cell Neoplasms
Maryalice Stetler-Stevenson. NIH


10:45
Case studies in Validation and Quality
Andrea Illingworth1, Teri Oldaker2. 1Dahl-Chase Diagnostic Services 2Independent Consultant


11:45
Wrap up
Andrea Marcogliese. Texas Children's Hospital


12:00 - 2:00 PM

TUTORIALS

CORPORATE LUNCH & LEARN
Chair/Organizer: Mike Linden
Galleria II & III

12:00
BD Biosciences.


12:30
Beckman Coulter.


1:00
Fluidigm.


1:30
Sysmex.


2:15 - 5:00 PM

PLENARY SESSION

PLENARY SESSION 1: FRONTIERS IN FLOW CYTOMETRY
Chair/Organizer: Sindhu Cherian, Paul Wallace
Grand Ballroom II

2:15
Welcome
Mike Keeney. London Health Sciences Centre


2:30
Data-Driven Cytometry: Updates in Automated Data Analysis
Ryan Brinkman. British Columbia Cancer Agency


3:10
FISH FLOW in CLL
Kathy Fuller. University of Western Australia


3:50
Coffee Break - Sponsored by Bangs Laboratories Inc.


4:20
Sorting of Placental Extracellular Vessicles: Techniques and Potential Applications
Terry Morgan. Oregon Health & Science University


5:00 - 5:40 PM

COULTER LECTURE

WALLACE H. COULTER LECTURE
Chair/Organizer: Mike Keeney
Grand Ballroom II

5:00
Wallace H. Coulter Award Lecture
Paul Wallace. Roswell Park


5:45 - 7:15 PM

POSTER SESSION

WELCOME RECEPTION/ POSTER SESSION 1
Grand Ballroom I

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1
Digital Poster: Comprehensive Polychromatic Flow Cytometry Profiling Of The Healthy Human Immune System
Jeffrey T. Guptill1, Marilyn Rosa-Bray2, Janet Staats3, Pearl Zakroysky1, Cliburn Chan4, John S. Yi3, Scott White3, Kent J. Weinhold3. 1Duke Clinical Research Institute, Durham, NC, United States2Biomat USA – Grifols Plasma Operations, Seattle, WA, United States3Department of Surgery, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC, United States4Department of Biostatistics, Duke University School of Medicine, Durham, NC, United States


3
3
Digital Poster: Introducing New Technologies for Immune Monitoring in Drug Trials:  30-parameter Flow Cytometry, Phenoscans, and CytoBrute Applied to A Melanoma Immunotherapy Trial
Pratip K Chattopadhyay1, Santi Adavani2, Vinay Rao2, Aidan Winters1. 1Precision Immunology, NYU Langone Health, New York, NY, United States2RocketML, Portland, OR, United States


5
5
Flow cytometry assay validation as a biomarker compared to a drug develpment setting
Audrey Gagnon, Dominic Gagnon, Jean-Francois Poulin, Bader Yassine-Diab, Martin Lelaidier, Virginia Litwin. Caprion Biosciences, Montreal, QC, Canada


7
7
A Novel Storage Media for Preserving Cerebrospinal Fluid (CSF) Cells for Flow Cytometry
Alka A Redkar, Mariel Shockley, Sunita I Park. Children's Healthcare of Atlanta (CHOA), Atlanta, GA, United States


9
9
Eight Color Flow Cytometry Panels for the Evaluation of Lymphocyte Subsets Using Streck Controls
Alexander J Vogel, Alex L Lloyd, Carissa R Moore. Streck Inc, La Vista, NE, United States


11
11
Evaluation of Blast Cell Percentage in Myelodysplastic Syndrome by Flow Cytometry 
Benjamin D Hedley1, Mary Xie2, Nikhil Sangle1, Cyrus Hsia3, Janice Popma1, Mike Keeney1, Ian Chin-Yee3. 1Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, London Health Sciences Centre, London , ON, Canada2Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Western University, London , ON, Canada3Department of Medicine, Division of Hematology, London Health Sciences Centre, London , ON, Canada


13
13
Clinical Laboratory Validation of Platelet Surface Glycoprotein Assessment by Flow Cytometry
Gregory E. Otteson1, Constance P. Chen2, Rajiv K. Pruthi1, Rong He1, Deepti M. Warad1, Min Shi1, Dong Chen1. 1Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, United States2Mayo High School, Rochesgter, MN, United States


15
15
ClearLLab 10C Panels Performance: Specimen and Reagent Carryover and Panel Lot-To-Lot Reproducibility
Li Yang, Casey L Roberts, Jin Zhang, Lidice Lopez. Beckman Coulter, Miami, FL, United States


17
17
Efficiency of leukocyte differential by flow cytometry with CytoDiff in different workflows
Chenxue Qu, Jianzhong Wang, Chengwei Pu, Ying Xing. Peking University Fiirst Hospital, Beijing, China


19
19
Utility of flow cytometry based platelet aggregation testing in patients with suspected platelet function defect
Praveen Sharma1, Jasmina Ahluwalia1, Man U S Sachdeva1, Narender Kumar1, Neelam Varma1, Sunil Bose1, Parveen Bose1, Deepak Bansal2, Pankaj Malhotra3. 1Department of Hematology, Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research , Chandigarh, India2Department of Pediatrics, Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research , Chandigarh, India3Department of Internal Medicine, Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research , Chandigarh, India


21
21
Development and Implementation of a Flow Cytometry Assay to Measure Receptor Occupancy of an Anti-CD73 Antibody to Target in a Clinical Trial
Ed Hilt1, Preeti Yamdagni1, Uma Purandare1, Todd Rogers2, Lisa Patti-Diaz1, Yongliang Sun1, Anke Klippel1, Nathan Hedrick1. 1Bristol-Myers Squibb, Princeton, NJ, United States2Q2 Solutions, Atlanta, GA, United States


23
23
Demonstration of Clinical and Controls Precision of the ClearLLab 10C Panels in a Multi-Center Study 
Astrid Smit1, Guoyan Cheng1, Mike Keeney2, Joanne Luider3, Wolfgang Kern4, Adrian Padurean5, Liliana Tejidor1, Robert Magari1. 1Clinical Research, Beckman Coulter, Inc., Miami, FL, United States2London Health Sciences Center, London, ON, Canada3Calgary Laboratory Services, Calgary, AB, Canada4MLL Munich Leukemia Laboratory, Munich, Germany5Neogenomics Laboratory, Inc, Fort Myers, FL, United States


25
25
Utility of Flow Cytometry in the Initial Diagnosis of Myeloproliferative Neoplasms
Hanna Chang, Rina E. Eden, Lilia G. Sanchez, David T. Lynch. Brooke Army Medical Center, San Antonio, TX, United States


27
27
Variables Contributing to Inability of Flow Cytometry to Detect Lymphoma: A Retrospective Study 
Madison E. Hannay, Alisa M. Caudell, Tiffany G. Baker, Michael Chajewski, Olga S. Chajewski, Angie Duong, Peter M. Houston, Jessica S. Snider, Jack Yang, Kathryn G. Lindsey . Medical University of South Carolina , Charleston, SC, United States


29
29
Evaluation of TIM-3 expression for receptor occupancy assay
Hua-Chen Chang, Melissa Tinsley, Lisa Green, Paul C Trampont. Translational Biomarker Solutions, Covance Greenfield Laboratories, Greenfield, IN, United States


31
31
ClearLLab 10C Panels Performance: Method Comparison to Predicate, ClearLLab Reagents for Immunophenotyping of Leukemia and Lymphoma
Jin Zhang, Han Gao, Jessica Jopek Ashbaugh, Lidice Lopez. Beckman Coulter, Inc., Miami, FL, United States


33
33
JUST IN TIME FLOW CYTOMETRY
Jinfeng Suo1, Daniel Martinez1, Lienmei Liao1, Clifford Blieden1, Mike Perez1, Christine Roth2. 1Baylor St Luke's Medical Center, Houston, TX, United States2Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX, United States


35
35
Inter-laboratory Comparison of the TransFix®/EDTA Vacuum Blood Collection Tube with the 5 mL Cyto-Chex® BCT
Daniel Harrison1, Rosalie Ward2, Sarah Bastow3, Andrew Parr3, Susan Macro4, Paul Wallace4. 1Caltag Medsystems Limited, Buckingham, United Kingdom2Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Sheffield, United Kingdom3Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton, United Kingdom4Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Buffalo, NY, United States


37
37
Lymphocyte Subset as a Reference Range in Healthy Saudi population
MANAL S. ALSAYEGH1, ABDULLAH A. ALAMER4, MAHER KHOSYFAN3, FAISAL M. ALSERAYE2. 1Security Forces Hospital, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia2Security Forces Hospital, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia3Security Forces Hospital, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia4Security Forces Hospital, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia


39
39
Immunophenotyping CD8+ Tscm Cells
Patrick E Kudlacek, Anamica Muruganandham, Curtis Sheldon, Rafiqul Islam. Celerion, Inc., Lincoln, NE, United States


41
41
Validating the use of TransFix® to stabilise cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) for flow cytometry immunophenotyping of haematological malignancies
Tim Almond1, Daniel Harrison1, M Hughes2, Michelle Crawford2, Ulrika Johansson2. 1Caltag Medsystems Limited, Buckingham, United Kingdom2Bristol Royal Infirmary, Bristol, United Kingdom


43
43
Single-Platform CD34+/CD45+ Cell Analysis on the BD FACSLyric™System Using CAP Samples
Yang Zeng, Angela Chen, Farzad Oreizy, Harshada Rohamare, Kevin Judge. BD Life Sciences, San Jose, CA, United States


45
45
Comparison of a Dual Platform Analysis of CD34+ Hematopoietic Stem Cell enumeration on the FACSCanto II and FACSLyric Flow Cytometers
Yuvaporn Sookpisal1, Susan Atwater2, Jean Oak2. 1Stanford Health Care, Stanford, CA, United States2Stanford University Department of Pathology, Stanford, CA, United States


47
47
CD8-Positive Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma 
Jing Shen, Shaoying Li, Pei Lin, C.Cameron Yin, Guilin Tang, Jeffrey L. Jorgensen, Sa A. Wang, Jie Xu. MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, United States


49
49
Detection of ribosomal RNA 5.8S by intracellular flow cytometry and immunohistochemistry as a novel marker of activation in hematopoiesis
Marisa Juntilla, Jyoti Kumar, Eric Windt, Steve Artandi. Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA, United States


51
51
Diagnostic Utility of Cerebrospinal Fluid Flow Cytometry in Patients with Hematologic Malignancies
Horatiu Olteanu1, Bjorn Batdorf2. 1Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, United States2Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, United States


53
53
Immunophenotypic Profiles of Primary Mediastinal (Thymic) Large B-Cell Lymphoma, a Study of 13 Cases
Suyang Hao1, Pei Lin2. 1The Methodist Hospital, Houston, TX, United States2MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, United States


55
55
Preservation of intracellular signaling in AML blood samples for clinical correlative studies
Sarah E Nataraj, Monica L Guzman. Weill Cornell Medicine, New York, NY, United States


57
57
The Significance of Tumor Infiltrating T cells in MYC Rearranged Diffuse Large B cell Lymphoma: A Flow cytometry Study
Shaoying Li, Tahani Alhalouli, Sa Wang, Jeffrey Jorgensen, Pei Lin. UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, United States


59
59
Multicolor flow cytometry reveals clonal nature of mast cells in patients of hematological neoplasm with mast cell proliferation
Sweta Rajpal1, Man Updesh Singh Sachdeva1, Anu Aggarwal1, Parveen Bose1, Reena Das1, Neelam Varma1, Pankaj Malhotra2. 1Department of hematology, Post graduate institute of medical education and research, Chandigarh, India2Department of internal medicine, clinical hematology division, Post graduate institute of medical education and research , Chandigarh, India


61
61
VALIDATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF DRY TUBE TECHNOLOGY IN FLOW CYTOMETRY TO IMPROVE EFFICIENCY AND INCREASE CAPACITY
K Pacella1, S Gould1, B DuChateau2. 1Health Network Laboratories, Allentown, PA, United States2NECAPS, Charlestown, RI, United States


63
63
Improving MRD sensitivity of multiparameter flow cytometry with a novel enrichment technology
Silin Sa1, Liping Yu1, Charlene&Bush Donovan1, Marisa Juntilla1, Jean Oak2, Suraj Saksena1. 1BD Biosciences, San Jose, CA, United States2Stanford Uniersity, Stanford, CA, United States


65
65
Validation of a single tube for minimal residual disease detection of B lymphoblastic leukemia on the BD FACSLyric 
Katelyn Dannheim, Erdyni Tsitsikov, Olga K. Weinberg. 1, Boston, MA, United States


67
67
Air-Dried Peripheral Blood and Bone Marrow as Reference and Control Materials
Yanli Liu1, Daniel Santos1, Andrew Smith1, Yuming Tang1, Menilou Franzblau1, Paul K. Wallace2, Joseph Tario2, Derek Jones3, Richard Schretzenmair3, Jonni Moore3, Arianna Gatti4, Bruno Brando4, Elena Afonina1, Marybeth Sharkey1. 1BD Biosciences, San Jose, CA, United States2Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center, NY, NY, United States3University of Pennsylvania, PA, PA, United States4Legnano General Hospital, Milano, Italy


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69
Stabilization of Whole Blood with Germaben II (GII) for Proficiency Testing of CD4/CD8 Percentage and Absolute Counts
Raul Louzao1, John Wong1, Sylvia Hood1, Wes Rountree1, Marek Poniewierski1, Tracy Taylor2, Margot Plews2, Tamsir Diallo2, Adrienne Meyers2, Thomas Denny1. 1Duke University, Duke Human Vaccine Institute, Durham, NC, United States2National HIV and Retrovirology Laboratory, Winnipeg, MB, Canada


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71
QUANTITATIVE EXPRESSION OF MONOCYTIC MARKERS IN ACUTE MYELOBLASTIC LEUKEMIA CASES TO DIFFERENTIATE BETWEEN ACUTE MONOCYTIC LEUKEMIAS AND OTHER ACUTE MYELOBLASTIC LEUKEMIA SUBTYPES
Sarah M. Mohamed1, Nahla M. Farahat1, Hanaa M. Donia1, Eman A. Nadwan2. 1Alexandria University, Alexandria, Egypt2Haematology department, faculty of medicine, Alexandria University, Alexandria, Egypt


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Community Flow Lab COG B-ALL MRD Accreditation: You can do it!
Jennifer Stumph, Robert Humes, Juli Allaire, Susan Padilla, Pamela Kidd. Spectrum Health, Grand Rapids, MI, United States


7:15 - 8:15 PM

MEETING

WOMEN IN ICCS
Galleria II & III




 
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