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by David Parker 15 Jul 2011 17:55
January 28-31, 2012 Pacific Grove (Monterey) California
by KSB 23 Feb 2011 19:42
The 2011 Northwest Regional Cytometry Meeting, “Cytometry data: mining, modeling, and management”, will be held March 24 – 26 at OHSU. The meeting will focus on what to do with collected multivariate data, including discussions related to noise, inferring from small numbers, multi-site comparisons, correlative visualization, and automated gating. Confirmed speakers include J. Paul Robinson, Garry Nolan, Norman Dovichi, Manfred Auer, Masanobu Yamamoto, Maria James, Ger van den Engh, Ryan Brinkman, Bob Zigon, C. Bruce Bagwell, and Dave Novo.
by David Parker 01 Dec 2010 23:20
Inflammation and T Lymphocyte Immunoregulation 1st Annual Retreat 8:30am to 5:00pm, Friday, December 17, 2010 Vey Conference Center, Doernbecher Children's Hospital, OHSU Talks, Discussion Groups with catered lunch, Poster Session with beer, wine, and snacks. Everyone is invited. Posters are welcome. Register now by sending an email to Cindy Morton <mortonc at ohsu.edu>. Indicate whether you will bring a poster or not.
by KSB 20 Sep 2010 18:00
Tuesday November 30, 2010 - 9:00-17:00 - for anyone that wants to improve their understanding of FlowJo software for flow cytometric data analysis, the training staff from TreeStar Software (in Ashland, Oregon - makers of FlowJo) will hold a one day training course on the last day of November. The course will be held in the main conference room at the EACRI (Providence Cancer Center). More info and signup instructions within...
by KSB 21 Jun 2010 17:18
October 27 thru November 1, 2010 - A Keystone meeting in Seattle? How did that happen? Turns out if you're Bill Gates, the Keystone meetings come to you. The meeting is organized by Bali Pulendran, Rino Rappuoli and Bruce Beutler. This is an opportunity to listen to a fantastic roster of speakers without ever getting on a plane - more info inside...
by KSB 12 Jun 2010 21:12
If you haven't been to the Midwinter Conference of Immunologists in Asilomar, you are missing out on what has become the premier immunology meeting in the U.S.. This year's conference is chaired by Leslie J. Berg and David C. Parker. As always, they've assembled a fantastic roster of faculty for each session. Registration is limited to 650 participants, so sign up now!
by KSB 03 Jun 2010 17:05
Only a few days left to register for the excellent AAI Summer Courses - deadline is June 11. Introductory and advanced courses are offered...
by KSB 17 May 2010 20:27
Ton Schumacher's group has developed a system that allows for thousands of unique "barcodes" to be imprinted to a naive CD8+ T cell population. This technique allows them to ask if a single naive precursor develops into diverse populations of effector and memory T cells, or if each individual cell is programmed to a specific fate. Highly recommended reading...
by KSB 29 Apr 2010 20:56
The FDA cleared Dendreon's prostate cancer vaccine today, making it the first approved vaccine intended to elicit a tumor-specific immune response in cancer patients. Pricing has been set at $93,000 per dosing regimen, or $31,000 per infusion. Cost/benefit analysis? A few articles are listed below...
by KSB 23 Apr 2010 21:55
The MMI/VGTI/ID Retreat will be held on Tuesday, April 27, in the Vey Conference Room, Doernbecher (same place as last year). Below is a list of the scheduled activities and presenters:
by KSB 23 Apr 2010 21:54
from the Portland Business Journal - Drug manufacturer Genentech is weeks away from starting production of pharmaceuticals at its $400 million Hillsboro campus. The San Francisco-based company already employs 250 across its local warehouse and packaging lines. As it ramps up biotech manufacturing over the next four years, it expects to add 50 more employees.
by KSB 23 Apr 2010 21:48
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