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Talk 1: Development of a hands-on Flow Cytometry Curriculum An FCC instructor operating a flow cytometer Photo credit: Savita Prabhakar Description : This presentation will focus on the progress made in creating a cost-effective, industry-validated Flow cytometry training. With support from the Building a Cell Therapy and Flow Cytometry Workforce NSF ATE grant, FCC has successfully trained 32 students in fundamental Flow cytometry skills. Additionally, the curriculum has been disseminated to the Northeast Biomanufacturing Center & Collaborative (NBC2) (Biomanufacturing.org), to facilitate the introduction of hands-on flow cytometry curriculum in other biotech programs nationwide. Speaker : Savita Prabhakar, PhD, PI Frederick ... Read more

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Fri, May 3 2024
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One of these ATE projects is creating new certificates in cell and gene therapy and flow cytometry, the other focuses on using work-based learning to build a pathway from high school to community college. Read more

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Wed, Nov 15 2023
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The Association of Biomolecular Resources will host a Flow Cytometry virtual town hall focusing on topics that affect all cores in the current interconnected environment.

These include:

data management, and in particular compliance with the new FAIR principles cross core collaboration for scientific and funding opportunities user communication and management

Discussion Leaders:

Kevin Ferro, Stowers Institute for Medical Research

Jane Srivastava, Gladstone Institute, University of California, San Francisco

Stacie Woolard, St. Jude Children's Research ... Read more

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Fri, Mar 31 2023
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Welcome to the InnovATEBIO 2023 series of virtual ATE project talks. This series features leaders in biotechnology workforce education from across the US sharing their work on exciting projects funded by the National Science Foundation's Advanced Technological Education (ATE) program. The ATE program supports the education of technicians for the high-technology fields that drive our nation's economy.

Our speakers this week are both from community colleges in Maryland. They will talk about their experiences with incorporating flow cytometry, cell therapy into the curriculum and ... Read more

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Tue, Dec 6 2022
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This session will present attendees with a unique opportunity to hear from five panelists and experts within the flow cytometry field. Together they will walk you through an exciting conversation on the evolution of flow cytometry, how it works, and how this technology has evolved, impacting research discoveries and the development of new technologies. This presentation will close with a discussion on spatial flow cytometry and proteomics. The latest and newest era in the development of ... Read more

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Jennifer Newsted
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