CYTO Asia 2017

October 25–27 | Grand Copthorne Waterfront Singapore

Event

CYTO Asia 2017

October 25–27

Grand Copthorne Waterfront Singapore

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Deeply profile cell phenotype and function

Visit Fluidigm at Table 5 and learn how you can deeply profile precious samples across a range of cell surface and intracellular markers, all from a single tube. Using multiparameter mass cytometry, modular Maxpar® panel kits and a catalog of over 600 metal-labeled antibodies, you can reveal cell signatures in higher dimension to reach your next breakthrough.


Fluidigm Breakfast Seminar

Advancing human health and disease research with mass cytometry

In this seminar, Evan Newell, PhD, principal investigator at the Singapore Immunology Network, Agency for Science Technology and Research (A*STAR), will discuss:

  • The key role that rare, antigen-specific T cells play in the adaptive immune response
  • The advantages of high-dimensional analysis approaches, such as mass cytometry, when studying such rare cell types
  • The insights gained by simultaneous analysis of T cell differentiation state, functional capacity, and trafficking receptor profiles both in humans and mouse models

Greg Stelzer, PhD, Director of Mass Cytometry Market Development at Fluidigm, will discuss new mass cytometry products aimed at expanding researchers’ ability to monitor immune response in health and disease.

High-dimensional cellular immune profiling in health and disease

Evan Newell, PhD Evan W. Newell, PhD
Principal Investigator
Singapore Immunology Network, Agency for Science Technology and Research (A*STAR), Singapore

Powering comprehensive multiparameter immune monitoring with mass cytometry

Greg Stelzer, PhD Greg Stelzer, PhD
Director, Mass Cytometry Market Development
Fluidigm

Join Us at the Breakfast Seminar
Advancing human health and disease research with mass cytometry

Friday, October 27
8:00‒8:45 am
Grand Copthorne Waterfront Singapore   
Oriole Room

A light breakfast will be provided. Seating is limited.

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View Helios Product Presentation

The need to distinguish an ever-increasing array of newly identified cell types in size-limited samples is driving interest in higher-parameter cytometry. Mass cytometry, now offered as a service in core facilities around the world, provides the solution.

Exhibition hours

Wednesday, October 25, 09:00 am–6:00 pm
Thursday, October 26, 09:00 am–6:00 pm
Friday, October 27, 09:00 am–2:00 pm

Helios, a CyTOF® system

With Helios™ mass cytometry you can identify and characterize changes in multiple cell populations simultaneously, obtaining maximal information from every precious sample.

Experience how easy it is to build 15-to-40-plex analysis panels using Maxpar prevalidated modular kits.

Then, choose from over 600 preconjugated antibodies to further customize your panel.

 Helios


Presentations Featuring Fluidigm Technology

Don’t miss these presentations at CYTO Asia 2017 featuring mass cytometry as a key component in the discovery of new cell types and fresh insights into cellular function.

Wednesday, October 25

Time

Title

Presenter,
Institution

Session,
Location

11:30 am Making mass cytometry accessible for the masses Caryn van Vreden,       
University of Sydney
SRL,
Kingfisher Room
11:30 am Computational analysis of high-dimensional flow and mass cytometry data reveals a novel role for natural killer cells in viral encephalitis Paula Niewold,
University of Sydney
Developments in Data Analysis,
Oriole Room

Thursday, October 26

Time

Title

Presenter, Institution

Session,
Location

8:45 am Application of Imaging Mass Cytometry™ to biological complexity in solid tumours David Hedley,
Princess Margaret Hospital, Toronto
Frontier Common 3,
Grand Ballroom 2
11:15 am - 12:15 pm Symphony & CyTOF: Friend or foe? Hassen Kared,
Singapore Immunology Network, A*STAR
Mass Cytometry,
Oriole Room
  Investigation of immune complexity in cancer patients using mass cytometry Diana Shinko,
University of Sydney
 
  Identifying human regulatory B cells activated by IL-4 treated mast cells or their microvesicles by mass cytometry Felix Marsh-Wakefield,
University of Sydney
 
4:30 pm High-content analysis of cells, frozen and FFPE tissue sections using Imaging Mass Cytometry Qing Chang,
Fluidigm
Imaging Cytometry,
Kingfisher Room

Friday, October 27

Time

Title

Presenter,
Institution

Session,
Location

8:00 am

High-dimensional cellular immune profiling in health and disease Evan W. Newell,
Singapore Immunology Network, A*STAR
Fluidigm,
Oriole Room
9:00-10:30 am High-dimensional approaches for identifying and characterizing tumor specific T cells Evan W. Newell,
Singapore Immunology Network, A*STAR
Research,
Grand Ballroom 2

 

High-dimensional cytometry for interrogating immunity and disease Tom Ashhurst,
University of Sydney
 

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