IMMUNOLOGY 2012™ - No one celebrates Immunology like eBioscience!
Opening Night Welcome Reception
Kick off this year’s meeting with a memorable event complete with food, cocktails and some surprises at the Opening Night Welcome Reception sponsored by eBioscience.
- Date & Time: Friday, May 4th from 6-8 pm
- Location: Boylston Hallway, Hynes Convention Center
Join us in booth # 1309 as eBioscience celebrates immunology.
- Discover our new products launching at AAI 2012 – and take a FREE sample back to the lab with you!
Awards & Sponsorships
IMMUNOLOGY 2012™ Meeting Bags
Lustgarten-eBioscience Memorial Award
Cynthia Chambers Memorial-eBioscience Junior Faculty Award
- Date & Time: Monday, May 7th from 11:30 am – 1 pm
- Location: Room 310, Hynes Convention Center
Workshops & Product Showcases
Saturday, May 5th
Exhibitor Workshop (11 am - 12 pm): Using the green laser to enhance your multi-color flow cytometry panels
- Presented by Castle J. Funatake, Ph.D., eBioscience
- Green (532 nm) and yellow-green (561 nm) lasers are increasingly common on today’s flow cytometers. In addition to being more powerful, these lasers also allow for optimal excitation of PE and PE tandem dyes and fluorescent reporter proteins. Learn how to successfully incorporate the use of these lasers in your experiments. Topics to be covered include: choices of dyes, optimization of filter sets, fluorochrome performance, and compensation issues.
Technical Product Showcase (2-2:15 pm) - You won’t want to miss this!
Sunday, May 6th
Exhibitor Workshop (11 am - 12 pm): Multicolor Flow Cytometry: Optimizing surface and intracellular staining with focus on T cell biology
- Presented by Wendell Smith, Ph.D., eBioscience
- T cells constitute a diverse population of lymphocytes that develop in the bone marrow and mature in the thymus, playing a central role in cell mediated immunity. eBioscience has long been the industry leader in providing innovative research reagents for T cell biology: including Tregs, Th-17 as well as other T-cell subsets. This presentation will focus on new and novel flow cytometry reagents that permit precise characterization of the various T-cell subsets and their cytokine expression patterns.
Technical Product Showcase (2-2:15 pm): You won’t want to miss this!