Mass Cytometry Webinar Series

Watch these webinars to learn how researchers are using mass cytometry applications

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Enabling multiparameter profiling of precious samples, mass cytometry has been instrumental in achieving new research breakthroughs in areas such as immunology, cancer immunotherapy, drug discovery, vaccine development and more around the world.

Watch the webinars below to learn how researchers are utilizing Helios™, a CyTOF system, and mass cytometry applications to further their research.

Deepak Rao

Finding Pathologic T Cells in Rheumatoid Arthritis by Mass Cytometry

Deepak Rao, MD, PhD 
Rheumatologist
Co-Director, Human Immunology Center
Brigham and Women's Hospital

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Stephen Oh

Querying Cytokine-Signaling Networks in Myeloproliferative Neoplasms

Stephen Oh, MD, PhD 
Assistant Professor of Medicine, Division of Hematology 
Washington University School of Medicine 

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Joshua Brody

Enhancing Checkpoint Blockade in Lymphoma with In Situ Vaccination

Joshua Brody, MD 
Assistant Professor, Hematology and Medical Oncology Director, Lymphoma
Immunotherapy Program
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

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Jonathan Irish

Decoding Tumors with Mass Cytometry

Jonathan Irish, PhD
Assistant Professor of Cancer Biology, Assistant Professor of Pathology, Microbiology and Immunology
Vanderbilt University

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Evan Lind 

Defining the Phenotypic and Functional Immune Microenvironment in AML

Evan Lind, PhD
Assistant Professor, Department of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology and Department of Cell, Development and Cancer Biology
Oregon Health & Science University

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 Holden Maecker

Towards an Assay of Global Immune Competence

Holden Maecker, PhD
Associate Professor (Research) of Microbiology and Director, Human Immune Monitoring Center
Stanford University

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 Catherine Blish 

Signatures of Protective NK Cell Responses

Catherine Blish, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine and Immunology,
Stanford University School of Medicine
Assistant Director of the Stanford Medical Scientist Training Program

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