Interested in microbial communities? Join our seminar on March 1st!

  • Flow cytometry and cell sorting have applications in many fields of research including animal and plant science, immunology, phycology, bioprocess technology, and microbiology.
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We invite you to attend our free seminar on the study of microbial community dynamics through flow cytometry. Registration deadline is on February 25th.

Interested in microbial communities? Join our seminar on March 1st!

The seminar and workshop will be led by Prof. Dr. Susann Müller from the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ). She will present her latest work on the study of microbial community dynamics through flow cytometry.

DATE: March 1st 2019

TIME: 10am-4pm

PLACE: Vitenparken, Campus Ås (Fredrik A. Dahlsvei 8, 1430 Ås)

Programme:

10.00 – 10.05 Welcome and introduction

Dr. Margareth Øverland, Foods of Norway

10.05 – 11.00 Microbial community dynamics through flow cytometry

Prof. Dr. Susann Müller, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ

11.00 – 12.00 Lunch for seminar and workshop participants

12.00 – 16.00 Workshop on the analysis of flow cytometry data

Registration required

You are welcome to attend either the seminar or the workshop or both, but pre-registration is required using this link.

Deadline: February 25th. If you have any questions about the seminar or workshop, please contact John Gaby at johngaby@nmbu.no.

NB! If you have registered but are prevented from attending, please send an email to barbara.eriksen@nmbu.no.

About the seminar

Flow cytometry and cell sorting have applications in many fields of research including animal and plant science, immunology, phycology, bioprocess technology, and microbiology.

The seminar is open to all interested students and researchers. Those who would like to gain a deeper understanding of the analysis of flow cytometry data are welcome to sign up for a participatory workshop led by Dr. Müller which will cover general considerations for the design of flow cytometry experiments, common pitfalls to avoid, and the application of analysis software and techniques developed in her group.

All workshop attendees will need to bring a laptop with the Windows Operating System.

Published 13. February 2019 - 15:00 - Updated 1. March 2019 - 14:34