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The Swiss Cytometry Meeting is supported by the member companies of the KGF (Kontaktgruppe für Forschungsfragen), Novartis and F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG

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WEDNESDAY 7th FEBRUARY 2018 - Seminar room SG 1138

  • 13h30 : Welcome + Introduction
  • 14h00 : Alexandre Harari
    Identification and profiling of neoantigen-specific T cells in cancer patients
  • 14h35 : BioStatus
    Fascinating findings in the far-red
  • 15h00 : Denis Comte
    CyTOF multiparameter immunophenotyping of Peripheral Blood Cells in Autoimmune Diseases
  • 15h30 : Coffee Break + Commercial Exhibition
  • 16h00 : Julien Faget
    Flow cytometry unsupervised data analyses: from immune signature to functional biology
  • 16h40 : Becton Dickinson
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  • 17h30 : Claudia Dumrese
    First experiences on FACSymphony characterization using the quantiFlash
  • 18h00 : Jan Baijer
    Multiparameter flow cytometry – optimizing optical filter configurations
  • 18h30 : Poster session + Buffet in Commercial Exhibit Area

 

THURSDAY 8th FEBRUARY 2018 - Seminar room SG 1138

  • 09h00 : Joanne Lannigan
    Probing Submicron Vesicles by Flow Cytometry: Challenges and Opportunities
  • 09h55 : Gisou Van der Goot
    An exosmose is not just an extra cellular vesicle: what makes them special ?
  • 10h20 : Coffee Break + Commercial Exhibition
  • 10h50 : Philippe Renaud
    Microfluidic dielectric spectroscopy flow cytometry
  • 11h40 : Derek Davies
    Best Practices in the Cytometry Laboratory
  • 12h30 Lunch Break + Commercial Exhibition
  • 14h00 : Bernd Bodenmiller
    Highly multiplexed imaging of tissues with subcellular resolution by imaging mass cytometry
  • 14h55 : Markus Stoeckli
    Imaging Mass Cytometry – Big Data meets Histology
  • 15h45 Coffee Break + Commercial Exhibition
  • 16h15 : Vinko Tosevski
    Exploratory analysis of mass cytometry datasets - Efficiently learning the structure of the data with dimensionality reduction and clustering.
  • 16h40 : Witec AG - Fluidigm
    Understanding complex biological systems - one cell at a time
  • 17h30 : Christoph Schwärzler
    Alternative Mass-Cell-Barcoding options and their application to Reference/Control samples
  • 18h00 Workshop: Cytometry in Switzerland, what's next?
    A workshop aiming at consolidating ties among cytometrists from various places and background across Switzerland, and at laying the foundations of a unified cytometry-related

 

THURSDAY 8th FEBRUARY 2018 - Seminar room SG 0213

  • 09h00 : Dirk Loeffler
    Integrating solutions for flow and imaging cytometry, cell incubation, fluidic control and data analysis - a user perspective
  • 09h30 : Bucher Biotec
    The iQue Screener: how high-throughput, high-content flow cytometry transforms screening into immuno oncology
  • 10h20 : Coffee Break + Commercial Exhibition
  • 10h50 : André Mozes
    Challenges and practical considerations for the isolation of extracellular vesicles in a shared flow cytometry core facility
  • 11h15 : Sysmex
    Fast and specific analysis of microorganisms with Flow VIT®
  • 12h00 :Loïc Tauzin
    The "Swiss Army Dump Channel": NAD(P)H fluorescence-based applications aiming at the exclusion of undesirable particles in flow cytometry
  • 12h30 : Lunch Break + Commercial Exhibition
  • 14h : Hana Glier
    Standardization of 8-color flow cytometry across different instruments: a feasibility study in clinical laboratories in Switzerland
  • 14h35 : Angelika Hammerer-Lercher
    Characterisation of microparticles in patients with acute coronary syndrome — a pilot study
  • 15h10 : Christèle Gonneau
    Using Flow Cytometry in Global Clinical Trials: a standardization story
  • 15h45 : Coffee Break + Commercial Exhibition
  • 16h15 : Jan Dirks
    Creation of a database of B-cell lymphomas with Infinicyte and comparison of database-guided diagnosis with expertise-guided diagnosis by laboratory physicians
  • 16h50 : Miltenyi Biotec
    The MACSQuant Tyto: the revolution in flow sorting has begun
  • 17h15 : Michaela Fux
    Advanced Diagnosis of Common Variable Immunodeficiency
  • 18h00 Workshop: Cytometry in Switzerland, what's next? (in SG 1138)
    A workshop aiming at consolidating ties among cytometrists from various places and
    background across Switzerland, and at laying the foundations of a unified cytometry-related
  • 19h00 : Dinner

 

FRIDAY 9th FEBRUARY 2018 - Seminar room SG 1138

  • 09h00 : Andy Filby
    “Label-Free CDs”: Phenotyping cells by transmitted light and machine/deep learning
  • 09h55 : Stefanie Siegert
    Characterization of distinct erythrocyte morphology using imaging cytometry
  • 10h20 : Coffee Break + Commercial Exhibition
  • 10h50 : Mathieu Brochet
    Flow cytometry-based strategies to study malaria transmission
  • 11h20 : ThermoFisher
    Cell biology research at top speed: new tools and techniques for flow cytometry
  • 11h50 : Mark Robinson + Lukas Weber
    Part 1: Data analysis challenges for mass/flow cytometry data
    Part 2: Statistical methods for differential discovery in high-dimensional cytometry data
  • 12h30 : Martial Sankar
    The MEGACLUST infrastructure as a service in the growing multi-parameters cytometry space
  • 13h00 : Wrap up + lunch

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