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CYTO 2014 will focus on cutting-edge cytometry opening new horizons in analyzing biology on the level of individual cells.  Recent developments in flow cytometry, advanced microscopy and data evaluation enable a new understanding of basic molecular mechanisms and human disease.  Join us at the Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center and experience
Cytometry Advancing Science through:

Robert Hooke Lecture:
  • Max Cooper, Emory University, USA, on the immune system of lampreys and the cytometric potential of lamprey antibodies
State of the Art Cytometry:
  • Xiaomei Yan, Xiamen University, China, on development of high sensitivity flow cytometry for the quantitative analysis of natural and synthetic nanoparticles
  • Raluca Niesner, DRFZ Berlin, Germany, on dynamic non-linear optical imaging in living organisms
  • Andrea Cossarizza, University of Modena, Italy, on cytometry of human aging and longevity
Challenges in Data Evaluation:
  • Tim Mosmann, University of Rochester Medical Center, USA, on informatics and cytometry
  • Gustavo Rohde, Carnegie Mellon, USA, on informatics and imaging
New Targets of Cytometry:
  • Falk Hiepe, DRFZ Berlin, Germany, on cytometry of secretion
  • Emily Park, BD Biosciences, USA, on detection of low abundant RNA
  • Stefan Miltenyi, Miltenyi Biotech, Germany, on sorting for therapeutic and industrial use
  • Dirk Busch, University of Munich, Germany, on single T cell fate tracking and its implications for immunotherapy
Cytometry of Differentiation:
  • William Telford, National Institutes of Health, USA, on full spectrum excitation in flow cytometry: The "other side" of multiparametric flow
  • J. Christopher Love, MIT, USA, on nanowell-based cytometry
  • Irving Weissman, Stanford School of Medicine, USA, on normal and neoplastic stem cells
Cytometry of Cells in Motion:
  • Michael Gerner, National Institutes of Health, USA, on histo cytometry
  • Yu-Li Wang, Carnegie Mellon University, USA, on cellular mechanical interactions
  • Pratip Chattopadhyay, NIAID, NIH, USA, on parameter flow cytometry
Cytomery of Cancer Metastasis:
  • Peter Kuhn, Scripps Research Institute, USA, on cytometry of cancer and metastasis
  • David Hedley, Ontario Cancer Institute, Canada, advanced flow cytometry applications for solid tumors
Specialized Presentations:
  • Shared Resource Lab Track - From beginning to end, CYTO 2014 will feature tutorials, workshops, lectures, forums and more that address the needs for Shared Resource Lab and core managers and staff.
  • FlowCAP - A forum presented by a consortium to test the performance of flow cytometry analysis algorithms against standardization data sets.
  • CYTO Innovation - This forum for discussing the challenges and opportunities for the development and commercialization of cell analysis technologies will explore coping with change for science and business.
Click here to view the list of invited lectures.


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