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Flow Cytometry Training at the Babraham (UK)

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These flow cytometry courses are interactive, lecture and exercise based courses given by experts in the field who can share their in-depth knowledge of an evolving technology.   These courses are ideal for those using Flow Cytometry in Industry and Academia.  Over 250 people have already been training on these very popular flow cytometry courses.
 
These modular courses are linked and have been designed to build up knowledge of flow cytometry to ensure that the delegate is confident to design, carry out, analyse and present their flow cytometry data.

Module 1:     

22nd September 2016
Eventbrite - 22nd September 2016: Module 1: Fundamentals of Flow Cytometry Course
20th October 2016
Eventbrite - 20th October 2016: Module 1: Fundamentals of Flow Cytometry Course
7th February 2017
Eventbrite - 7th February 2017: Module 1: Fundamentals of Flow Cytometry Course
7th April 2017
Eventbrite - 7th April 2017 : Module 1: Fundamentals of Flow Cytometry Course

Module 2:    

3rd & 4th November 2016
Eventbrite - 3rd & 4th November 2016: Module 2 : Advanced Flow Cytometry Course
8th & 9th March 2017

Eventbrite - 8th & 9th March 2017: Module 2 : Advanced Flow Cytometry Course

Places are limited so sign up soon to avoid disappointment.

 

The courses are interactive, lecture and exercise based courses given by experts in the field who can share their in-depth knowledge of an evolving technology.   These courses are ideal for those using Flow Cytometry in Industry and Academia
 
These modular courses are linked and have been designed to build up knowledge of flow cytometry to ensure that the delegate is confident to design, carry out, analyse and present their flow cytometry data.

For further information about the Modules including Learning Objectives, click here.

Module 1: £250 (plus VAT)
trainingThis module is aimed at those new to flow cytometry and those wanting to understand the basics of the technology before attending Module 2.  This can be taken as a standalone course or can be taken as a building block for the next module.
 
The course starts with an introduction to this quickly evolving technology, its importance and resources that are available.  One of the main aims of this course is to give the delegate a firm understanding of fluorescence, fluorochromes and the workings of a cytometer.  This is followed by talks on fluorescence compensation, sample preparation, basics of experimental design, data analysis and reporting your flow cytometry data.
 
It is highly recommended that all delegates attend Module 1 before attending Module 2, even those with years of experience in flow cytometry.  This is to ensure that all participants get the most out of the modules and to confirm that the basics of flow cytometry have been grasped before tackling more advanced topics in Module 2.
 
  Module 2: £500 (plus VAT)
The follow up two day module takes the knowledge from Module 1 and builds on it to give the delegates confidence in designing, running, analysing and presenting their flow cytometry data.

Following an introduction to the module, the delegates will hear about cytometer performance including optimisation and troubleshooting.  There are sessions on multicolour flow cytometry giving delegates invaluable experience in multi-colour compensation and experimental planning including panel design.  The varied applications of flow cytometry are explained including cell sorting, apoptosis and functional studies.  Delegates are taken through experiments, step by step including, planning, executing, analysing and presenting data.

Testimonials from our last course include:
 

‘A great way to begin your understanding in flow cytometry. Friendly, approachable course tutors make it easy to get to grips with concepts which may be new to you’
 
‘Module one provides a good introduction to flow cytometry. A great range of topics is covered from how cytometers work, through to presentation of data. I’m looking forward to module 2.’
 
‘Very professional course led by two very enthusiastic experts.  I recommend it to anyone wanting to learn more about the basics of FC.’
 
‘Well designed, detailed overview of many aspects of flow.  Ideal for new user who needs to start designing and quality controlling own experiment’
 

Terms and Conditions of BuildingCyt Flow Cytometry Courses (run by Babraham Institute Enterprise Ltd)

  • No refunds, transfers or deferrals can be made if less than 14 days’ notice is given.
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  • If a customer wishes to cancel a course, provided more than 14 days’ notice prior to the course start date is given, the tuition fee will be refunded less a £50 cancellation fee.
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