Invited Speaker

Christian Eggeling

Christian Eggeling

Super-resolution microscopy: Challenges and Potentials in biomedical research Professor of Super-resolution Microscopy, Institute of Applied Optics, Friedrich‐Schiller‐University & Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology, Jena, Germany Pro...
Claudia Dumrese

Claudia Dumrese

Users sorting on high speed sorters in a shared ressource environment: effects of a well balanced sorter training University of Zurich, Switzerland The Cytometry Faciltiy of University Zurich provides dedicated sorter training on high speed cell sorters...
Claudia Giesecke

Claudia Giesecke

A novel method for flow cytometer characterization by determination of detector background, signal-to-noise, and dynamic range Claudia Giesecke1,2 , Kristen Feher3 , Konrad von Volkmann4 , Jenny Kirsch3 , Andreas Radbruch1 and Toralf Kaiser3 1...
Denis Schapiro

Denis Schapiro

histoCAT: analysis of cell phenotypes and interactions in multiplex image cytometry data Single-cell, spatially resolved 'omics analysis of tissues is poised to transform biomedical research and clinical practice. We have developed a computational histology...
Emmanuel G. Reynaud

Emmanuel G. Reynaud

Light sheet for the masses More than  a hundred years ago in Jena a physicist and a chemist combining their efforts created the first light sheet for imaging. Their efforts won them the Nobel prize in 1925 but their idea of uncoupling illumination ...
Gábor Szebeni

Gábor Szebeni

Immunophenotyping of treatment naive patients with systemic autoimmune diseases by single cell mass cytometry Gábor J. Szebeni 1 , József Ágoston Balog1 , Ágnes Zvara1 , László Kovács2 , Attila Balog2 , László G. Puskás1 1 Laboratory of Functio...
György Veréb

György Veréb

Targeting the HER2 oncoprotein: lessons learned from quantitative cytometry Department of Biophysics and Cell Biology, and MTA-DE Cell Biology and Signaling Research Group, University of Debrecen, Hungary Breast cancers, and malignant tumors of several...
Konstantin Sokolov

Konstantin Sokolov

Molecular imaging of cancer cells with ultra-small 5nm gold nanoparticles. Sangheon Han1,2 , Tomasz Zal3 and Konstantin Sokolov1,2 1 Department of Imaging Physics, The UT M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX 77030 2 Department of Bioengineering,...
Mathias Streitz

Mathias Streitz

Validation and Standardization of flow cytometry based immune monitoring in clinical trials Institut für Medizinische Immunologie, Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin Flow cytometry is an important tool within immunological research and immune di...