Flow Cytometry Optimization and Application
- Design and optimize a multicolor flow experiment
- How to get your population of interest to pop out from your flow data
- Increase lab efficiency and productivity with automated high throughput flow analysis
- Flow cytometry applications
Chris Brampton, PhD,
Global Product Manager, Applications
Chris is a global product manager in flow cytometry at Bio‑Rad with experience in pharmacology and molecular and cellular biology. Previously, he was a scientist in the John A. Burns School of Medicine at the University of Hawai'i studying disease causing mutations in the ABCC6 protein and their affect on cardiovascular and other disease phenotypes.
Michael Blundell, PhD,
FIeld Marketing Specialist
Michael completed his undergraduate degree in Immunology at the University of Edinburgh and joined Prof Adrian Thrasher at University College London to do a PhD focused on the primary immunodeficiency, Wiskott Aldrich Syndrome, investigating novel activating mutants and developed lentiviral vectors. He is currently a product manager for flow cytometry reagents at Bio‑Rad.
Danielle Califano, PhD,
Field Application Scientist
Danielle earned a Ph.D. in Immunology from Albany Medical College, where she studied the regulation of T cell effector function and cell migration during neuro‑inflammation. After a post doc, she became a flow cytometry core manager. She is currently a flow cytometry Field Application Scientist at Bio-Rad supporting analytical and cell sorting technologies.
Michelle has been at Bio‑Rad for five years as a Senior Scientist involved in the development and verification of the ZE5 flow cytometer and associated Everest software. Prior to joining Bio-Rad, Michelle worked as the flow core manager for Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratories, Exelixis Labs, AMGEN and others.