Xiaoxuan Fan, PhD, director of Flow Cytometry Shared Service, will offer a lecture on flow cytometery and Flow Cytometry Shared Service on Dec. 5, 10:30 a.m.-noon, at the Bressler Research Building 7-035.
Flow cytometry is a powerful technique tailor-made for making measurements on single cells. The Flow Cytometry Shared Service (FCSS) offers equipment and technical expertise to members of University of Maryland Greenebaum Comprehensive Cancer Center and the University of Maryland School of Medicine conducting research in cancer biology and other areas of basic and applied biomedical science.
The lecture will cover:
- How a flow cytometer works
- Multi-color panel design and compensation
- Instruments and services offered at the Flow Cytometry Facility
- New technology and tools
- Online booking system
The lecture is free and open to anyone. To become a “trained” user of the core, you must attend the lecture. To register to attend, click here.