Luncheon workshops will be offered on Monday, October 7 and Tuesday, October 8. The schedule will be announced shortly. Please check back soon.
Pre-registration is highly recommended as most workshops do sell out due to limited space. Workshops range from $60-$80 each. The schedule is listed below.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 1 (12:00-1:30 PM)
LUNCHEON WORKSHOP 1: AML MRD DONE TWO WAYS - STRATEGIES USED IN TWO DIFFERENT LABORATORIES
Jeffrey Jorgenson and Yi Zhou
LUNCHEON WORKSHOP 2: INSTRUMENT SIMULATORS-PRACTICAL APPROACH TO COMPENSATION
Bruce Greig and Amr Rajab
LUNCHEON WORKSHOP 3: ACCESSIBLE MACHINE LEARNING FOR CLINICAL FLOW CYTOMETRY: NEW SEMI AUTOMATED APPROACHES IN FLOW CYTOMETRY ANALYSIS
Marie Christine Bene
LUNCHEON WORKSHOP 4: PANEL DESIGN IN THE ERA OF ANTI-ANTIGEN THERAPY (MYELOMA, LYMPHOMA, LEUKEMIA)
Maryalice Stetler-Stevens and Jonathan Fromm
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2 (11:30-1:00 PM)
LUNCHEON WORKSHOP 5: APPROACHES TO GATING AND HISTOGRAM SETUP
LUNCHEON WORKSHOP 6: AML MRD: A PRACTICAL APPROACH (DRY LAB)
Workshop 6 is a hands on computer based workshop designed for the participant with experience in diagnostic clinical flow cytometry who is currently performing or planning to undertake AML MRD testing in their laboratory. A practical understanding of the basic principles of diagnostic clinical flow cytometry is required and some prior exposure to AML MRD theory is desirable to allow the participant to get the most out of this workshop. For the participant who has not previously performed MRD testing in their laboratories, Luncheon Workshop 1 is recommended as a pre-requisite. If you have questions about whether this workshop is right for you, please contact us at email@example.com.
LUNCHEON WORKSHOP 7: How do you Validate a Flow Cytometric Assay Focused the Detection of Rare Events? Important Considerations for Rare Event Analysis and Assay-specific Validation (using the example of PNH and MRD in multiple myeloma)
Misha Roshal and Andrea Illingworth
LUNCHEON WORKSHOP 8: THE APPROACH TO EVALUATING MDS AND CMML BY FLOW CYTOMETRY
Wolfgang Kern and Arjan van de Loosdrecht