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On behalf of the University of Lausanne and Merck we cordially invite you to the 2nd Swiss Imaging Flow Cytometry User Meeting & Workshop.

Imaging flow cytometry blends aspects of multispectral flow cytometry and fluorescent microscopy enabling novel applications in Oncology and Immunology.

Researchers will present their data and experiences with the Amnis ImageStream or FlowSight, followed by a workshop focusing on the detection of small particles (e.g. exosomes and protein aggregates).

The registration is free of charge and lunch and coffee will be provided during the meeting.

Please register as soon as possible as there is only limited space available. If you are interested to present your research or new applications please submit a title and if possible a short abstract to peter.rhein@merckgroup.com

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Invited Speakers:

Antoun Al Absi, Luxembourg Institute of Health, Luxembourg: “New insights into the role of actin cytoskeleton and autophagy at the immune synapse”

Christine Probst, Amnis, Seattle, USA: “Detection of Protein Aggregates"

Claudia Dumrese, University of Zurich, Switzerland

Jan Kranich, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany: "Discrimination Between Dying Cells and Cells Carrying Extracellular Vesicles"

Michel Bremer & Rita Ferrer Tur, University Hospital Essen, Germany: “Analysis of Extracellular Vesicles (including Exosomes) using Imaging Flow Cytometry: Challenges and Prospects”.

Stefanie Siegert, University of Lausanne, Switzerland: “Morphological Red Blood Cell Alterations During Storage”


Looking forward to welcoming you in Lausanne!

Stefanie Siegert (UNIL), Anne Wilson (UNIL), Carsten Ludwig (Merck), Peter Rhein (Merck)


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