6th Annual Mass Cytometry Summit Presentations

Watch these highlighted talks from the June 9 Summit

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“I really encourage all mass cytometry users to attend next year.”
—Zinaida Good, PhD candidate, Stanford University

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More than 200 scientists from around the world gathered in Boston on June 9 for our 6th Annual Mass Cytometry Summit to share research findings, discuss advances and develop new collaborations. We are grateful to the researchers below who have graciously agreed to share their presentations with the mass cytometry community.

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Adeeb Rahman

A Mass Cytometry Surrogate for Light Scatter
Adeeb Rahman, PhD

Director of Technology Development Human Immune Monitoring Core
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hess Center for Science and Medicine

Zinaida Good

Dynamics of T Lymphocyte Fate Specification Revealed by Tracing Cell Proliferative History
Zinaida Good, PhD

PhD Candidate, Computational and Systems Immunology
Garry P. Nolan and Sean C. Bendall labs Stanford University

Alice Wiedeman

Extensive Characterization of Autoreactive CD8 T Cells in Type 1 Diabetes
Alice Wiedeman, PhD

Staff Scientist
Human Immunophenotyping Core
Benaroya Research Institute

Best Practices and Data Analysis

Bill OGorman

Panel Design Optimization through the Designed Distribution of Signal Interference
Bill O’Gorman, PhD


Nicolay Samusik

Computational Strategies for Mass Cytometry Data Analysis
Nikolay Samusik, PhD

Research Scientist Garry P. Nolan Lab
Stanford School of Medicine

Bruce Bagwell

A New Analytic Approach for Live Singlet Identification
Bruce Bagwell, MD, PhD

President, Verity Software House

Vinko Tosevski

Cytobank Solutions
Vinko Tosevki, PhD

Scientist, Head of Mass Cytometry Facility University of Zurich

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