Date: Nov 30, 2010
Location: Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle, WA, USA
The meeting will take place in the Orca room of the 1616 building (1616 Eastlake Ave), which is not part of the main campus but a 10 min walk north from it on Eastlake Ave.
Parking: Visitor parking at 1616 is first come, first served and is free.There are essentially two visitor parking areas guests can utilize – a handful of slots next to the loading doc and bike cage, then more spots continuing down past the main and side entrance doors towards the employee parking gate. Guests will need
to check-in with the security guard on the 1st floor lobby to log their car information in for all-day parking, since the spots are otherwise 2hr parking. Please mention that you are here for the FICCS meeting.
Dinner (at your own expense): An informal dinner on Tuesday evening will also be organized. The dinner will be at 6:00pm at Cicchetti. If you’d like to come to dinner and your name is not in the list that follows please send us an email. Dinner attendees: Rand Hugh, Adam Asare, Sean Bendall, Erin Simonds, Richard Scheuermann, Aaron Brandes, Karin Breuer, Yu Qian, Cliburn Chan, Jacob Frelinger, Deborah Phippard, Perry Haaland, Ryan Brinkman, Raphael Gottardo, Greg Finak, Maciej Simm, Suzanne Mertens, Joseph Spiden, Adam Treister, Nikesh Kotecha, Chad Rosenberg, Christina Dong, John Gosink, Matthew Bellew and Kevin Krouse.
are within walking distance of the FHCRC. Make sure to tell them that you are coming for a meeting at the FHCRC so that they give you a discount rate. Note that web rates are sometimes cheaper than FHCRC rates.
Confirmed Participants (in no particular order): Raphael Gottardo (FHCRC), Greg Finak (FHCRC), Nishant Gopalakrishnan (FHCRC), Steve de Rosa (FHCRC), Ryan Brinkman (BCCRC), Faysal El Khettabi (BCCRC), Josef Spidlen (BCCRC), Karin Breuer (BCCRC), Garry Nolan (Stanford), Adam Asare (ITN), Cliburn Chan (Duke), Jacob
Frelinger (Duke), Richard Scheuermann (UTSouthwestern), Yu (Max) Qian (UTSouthwestern), John Gosink (Amgen), Hugh Rand (Amgen), Katie Newhall (Amgen), Adam Treister (FlowJo), Suzanne Mertens (FlowJo), Maciej Simm (FlowJo), John Quinn (FlowJo), Sean Bendall (Stanford), Erin Simonds (Stanford), Nikesh Kotecha (Stanford), Perry Haaland (BD), John Dunne (BD), Ger van den Engh (BD), Andrew Lister (BD), Dan Horner (BD), Chad Rosenberg (Cytobank), Chris Coveney (Cytobank), Christina Dong (Cytobank), Jack Kettman (U T Southwestern), Matthew Bellew (LabKey) and Kevin Krouse (LabKey).
|8:25-8:30||Ryan Brinkman and Raphael Gottardo||Welcome|
|8:30-9:30||Garry Nolan||Keynote: Mass Spectrometry Flow Cytometry Hybrid Devices for Systems Immunology in the Post Fluorescence Era|
|9:30-9:45||Cliburn Chan||Using Python|
for flow cytometry analysis
|9:45-10:00||Ryan Brinkman||FlowCap, FlowSuite & FlowSite||Slides|
|10:00-10:15||Greg Finak||Bayesian gating of FCS data||Slides|
|10:15-10:45||Coffe break||Coffe break|
|10:45-11:00||Adam Treister||FlowJo's Classifier Bridge functionality to integrate FlowJo visualizations with third party analysis|
|11:00-11:15||Jack Dunne, Mengxiang Tang and Perry Haaland||Doing the Simple Things Well||Slides|
|11:15-11:30||Nishant Gopalakrishnan||Memory efficient FCS data manipulation for clinical applications|
|11:30-11:45||Labkey||Adding an R to LabKey||Slides|
|11:45-12:00||Adam Asare||Standardizing analytical approaches in a clinical trial setting||Slides|
|12:00-12:15||Richard Scheuermann||FCM data management and analysis in ImmPort||Slides|
|13:30-15:30||Group Discussion||Flow informatics and pipeline development|
|15:30-16:00||Coffee Break||Coffee Break|
|16:00||Group Discussion||Open challenges in computational FCM|
|6:00pm||Dinner at Cicchetti|
For those staying on Dec 1, an informal agenda will be posted soon.