March 19, 2017

I'll be speaking at the ABRF (the Association of Biomolecular Research Facilities) Annual Meeting on March 27th, 2017.  I'll be in the Trending Topics Track.

March 19, 2017

I'll be giving one of the plenary talks at the Canadian Microscopy and Cytometry Symposium, along with a Flow Cytometry Workshop.

Wednesday, May 10.  Montreal, Canada.

March 19, 2017

Here's a repost of a LinkedIn article I wrote.

Earlier this month, I was asked to present a career development talk at CYTO2015, the International Society for the Advancement of Cytometry's (ISAC's) annual conference.  Specifically, I was asked to speak to our young inv...

March 19, 2017

Just read a very exciting paper in Nature's Scientific Reports Journal:

Basically, the authors use DNA sequences to tag antibodies instead of fluorochromes.  Since an unlimited number of unique sequences can be generated, one could - theoretically - multiplex as many an...

March 19, 2017

When designing T-cell panels for use on peripheral blood samples, the CD45 isoforms RA and RO are really great for discriminating naive and memory cells.  When coupled with another marker-  like CCR7, CD27, or CD57 -  you can identify subpopulations of memory cells, li...

March 19, 2017

When building multicolor panels, it's important to examine every parameter against every other parameter.  Why?  Compensation, spreading, or fluorescence aggregates in one channel may look like "real" populations in another.  By examining every marker against every oth...

March 18, 2017

Don't present your data like this, for goodness' sake:

We can't see the labels for the axes and the gate frequency is obscuring population of interest.  Don't bother trying the fix this in PowerPoint, either... you'll waste a bunch of time remaking the axis labels, and...

March 18, 2017

First, the spectacular views around the building (click to view the full-size image):

 The view from my temporary office (while the lab is renovated):

 And, finally, the lab space before cleaning and some minor renovations:

March 18, 2017

Delicious!  We've (well, really, I've) started the transition to NYU.

So far, so good.  This is going to be fun!

I'll be Associate Professor (Pathology) and Director of a new Applied Immunology Core.  We'll be part of the Isaac and Laura Perlmutter Cancer Center, at NYU-...

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