Celebrate the 10th Anniversary of SEFCIG

SECFIG annual meeting

Celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Southeast Flow Cytometry Interest Group (SEFCIG) with 4 days of educational training and scientific talks. SEFCIG was founded by Julie Nelson, the director of UGA’s CTEGD Cytometry Shared Resource Laboratory. The 10th Annual Meeting is being hosted on the University of Georgia campus in Athens, GA.

10th Annual Meeting March 5 – 8, 2019

March 5 – 6         ExCyte – Flow Cytometry Boot Camp

Register here: https://excyteatuga.eventbrite.com/

Special discounts are available to the UGA community and those attending SEFCIG, please email Tim Bushnell (timbushnell@expertcytometry.com) for details.

March 7 – TechnoFlow

Location: Paul D. Coverdell Building Room S175

11:00 – 12:00

Forensic Flow – Join us to test your skills at detecting bad flow data
Jodi Kroeger, Moffitt Cancer Institute

12:00 – 1:00

 Luncheon – Coverdell Rotunda

1:00 – 1:45

Multi-Dimensional Functional Profiling of Human Rhinovirus and Allergen- specific T-Cells By Means Of Spectral Flow Cytometry
Liesbeth Paul and Joanne Lannigan, University of Virginia

1:45 – 2:30

 Imaging and Spectral Cytometry go Viral!
Joanne Lannigan, University of Virginia

2:30 – 3:15

High Dimensional Mass Cytometry Data Analysis
Deon Bryant, Emory University

3:15 – 4:00

Next Generation Cell Sorting: New Technologies and Strategies
Joe Trotter, Becton Dickinson

6:00 – 9:00

Opening Reception – Pecan Tree Galleria

March 8 – General Session

Location: Masters Hall, Georgia Center for Continuing Education

Flow in the South

9:00 – 9:10

Welcome and Introductions

9:10 – 9:55

Canine Breast Cancer Immunotherapy as a Model of Human Disease
Curtis Bird, Auburn University

9:55 – 10:40

Single cell analyses of human B cell responses: Lessons from infectious disease and autoimmunity
Jens Wrammert, Emory University

10:40 – 11:25

Using Flow Cytometry to Catch Parasites Sleeping
Dennis Kyle, University of Georgia

11:25 – 12:00


Vendor Break Out Session with Box Lunches

12:00 – 2:45

Vendor Talks and Exhibits

Flow in the World

2:45 – 3:30

Extracellular Vesicle-Biome Analysis by Nanoscale High Resolution Flow Cytometry
Terry Morgan, Oregon School of Health

3:30 – 4:15

Optimizing and validating FC-based EV measurements
John Nolan, Scintillon Institute

4:15 – 5:00

Developing Flow Cytometry Assays to Support Clinical Trials
Jake Jacobberger, Case Western

Register and make hotel reservations at www.sefcig.org

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