28 – 30 September 2021
Marco Bestagno and Giulia Piperno
ICGEB Trieste, Italy
ICGEB Meetings and Courses Unit
Email: [email protected]
Flow Cytometry has established as a critical technology for academic research and for the clinic. Approaching this technique requires understanding of the basic principles and expertise to set up, perform and analyze experiments to obtain reliable results. This newly launched ICGEB course aims to provide scientists with basic knowledge and hands-on experience to begin or improve their skills on flow Cytometry experiments, together with an overview of the most advanced techniques and biological questions that can be addressed using flow Cytometry. Forum for discussion of practical issues and experimental design will be an integral part of the course to ensure immediate benefit for participants.
- Basic principle of flow cytometry, sample preparation and analysis
- Immunophenotyping of cells in normal and pathological conditions in preclinical models and in the clinic
- Single cell sorting and downstream applications
- Advanced quantitative flow cytometry and functional analysis
Students and early-stage researchers.
Participation is subject to selection.
Selection will be based on applicants’ CV and motivation letter, with attention to geographical and gender balance.
Prior basic working knowledge is of advantage, but not strictly a must.
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS WILL OPEN SOON
Selected participants will be notified and will need to finalise their registration with payment of the relevant registration fee.
Nationals of ICGEB Member States are eligible to apply for an ICGEB grant (covering registration fee, twin-share accommodation, and local hospitality) for the duration of the Meeting; travel is not funded.
Preliminary Programme will be available soon.
No Call for Abstracts foreseen for this Course.
Participants will have an opportunity to interact during the closing session. Ample space will be dedicated to Q&A, discussion of proposals and future projects, expert advice.
Course poster will be available soon.