Designing Multicolor Flow Cytometric Experiments

Research Triangle Cytometry Association
Meeting Announcement

Designing Multicolor Flow Cytometric Experiments:
Using FluorPlan and Other Tips

Castle J. Funatake, Ph.D.
Scientist, R&D Product Development
eBioscience, Inc.

Wednesday, August 24, 2011
9:00 am

Jones Building
Room 143
Duke University Medical Center
Durham, NC 27710

Parking is available in the Duke North Parking Deck, across from the Main H=
ospital on Erwin Road.  From the parking garage, cross Erwin Rd. and enter =
Duke University Medical Center through the front door.  Proceed toward the =
elevators and pass the information desk on the right. Turn right at the ele=
vators and proceed toward the Cafeteria (The Atrium).  Pass the Atrium (on =
your right), in front of you will be the Department of Medicine Office 1101=
.  Bear right and proceed down the causeway.  Enter the double doors, pass =
the elevators and continue into the CARL Building.  Exit the glass door ont=
o the breezeway and turn right. Take the first door on the left to enter th=
e Jones Building. Take the stairs on the right down one flight to the first=
 floor.  Turn right out of the stairwell. Jones 143 is directly ahead.

If you prefer to walk outside, Jones is the third building on the left afte=
r turning off Erwin Road onto Research Drive.

The RTCA thanks eBioscience for sponsoring this meeting.

For information about this meeting contact:
Mike Cook
(919) 613-7819

For information about the Research Triangle Cytometry Association contact:
Marie Iannone
(919) 483-9486


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