This is the seventh of seven webinars in our SRL Best Practices Series
About the Presenters:
Matt is the Technical Director of the URMC Flow Cytometry SRL. The lab contains eight traditional analytical flow cytometers, two cell sorters, an Image Stream X imaging cytometer and a CyTOF mass cytometer, serving the upstate NY region from Buffalo to Ithaca. Matt began his career in flow cytometry in 2004 in the Rochester Human Immunology Core lab managing an 8-color LSRII and has been dedicated to the field ever since. He has experience with many traditional and non-traditional cytometers and a wide variety of applications including large-scale immunophenotyping and panel design. In addition to the Rochester cytometry training program, which he’s been running for around eight years, he’s been teaching and consulting nationally for a number of years. Matt is also a member of the ISAC shared resource laboratory task force, the ABRF flow cytometry research group, and the GLIIFCA steering committee.
Rob Salomon is the inaugural Technical Director of the Garvan-Weizmann Centre for Cellular Genomics. Rob has a background in biology and engineering and is interested in leveraging cutting edge technology to answer important biological questions. In 2014, he was named a Shared Resource Laboratory Emerging Leader by the International Society for the Advancement of Cytometry. Since then, Mr. Salomon has played a major role in both the Australian and International Cytometry Societies.
CYTO U Webinar Recordings
A recording of this webinar will be posted online at CYTO U within 24-48 hours after the live event for free viewing by all. Recordings of previously presented live webinars are also available.
CYTO University is an online educational resource created by ISAC for its members and the wider cytometry community. In addition to free webinars, CYTO U presents recorded courses and tutorials from the CYTO Conference, as well as interactive online courses on a variety of cytometry topics. These are available at no cost to ISAC members and for a nominal charge for non-members. Webinars are free for all.