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Upcoming Events

March–August 2020 |

The COVID-19 public health crisis affects everyone in our global community. With this evolving pandemic, Fluidigm stands behind decisions to postpone international and regional events for the foreseeable future. In the near term, we are committed to sharing new information and findings virtually on fluidigm.com and through other channels.

As we all balance the demands of work, family and personal safety while limiting professional and social interaction, Fluidigm remains dedicated to supporting you with our products, technologies and expertise to enable global research on multiple frontiers of health and life sciences. Now and always, please contact your sales representative or field applications specialist if we can assist you.

Virtual Events and Webinars

Labroots Coronavirus Virtual Webinar Series

We invite you to join us to attend the Labroots Coronavirus Virtual Webinar Series, an online-only event occurring tomorrow, April 2, 2020. We are excited that Fluidigm will be among the group of academic and industry leaders presenting at this meeting. We also have a booth in the virtual exhibit hall and an RNA-Seq poster in the poster hall. Please register to join us for the following presentation and visit the Fluidigm booth at this event.
Watch the Fluidigm presentation “A Multi-Omic Approach to Detection and Characterization of Viral Pathogens and Their Impact on the Immune System” and earn continuing education credits.

Speakers:

Andrew Quong

Andrew Quong, PhD
Chief Science Officer

Bill Hunt

Bill Hunt, MS
Director, Microfluidics Product Management

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Deep Immune Profiling: Maxpar® Direct™ Immune Profiling System
Tuesday, March 31 11:00 am–12:00 pm PT, presented by Connie Inlay, PhD

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Thursday, April 2 1:00–2:00 pm PT,  presented by Michelle Poulin, PhD 

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Monday, April 6 1:00–2:00 pm PT, presented by Andrew Draghi, PhD, MS

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Wednesday, April 8 1:00–2:00 pm PT, presented by Daniel Frederick, PhD

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Data Analysis: Friendly Analysis of CyTOF Data using Astrolabe
Invited Speaker: El-ad David Amir, PhD, Astrolabe Diagnostics
Thursday, April 16 9:00–10:00 am PT

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Live Events

CANCELED: Oxford Immunology Symposium 2020
March 30 | Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford
Oxford, UK

CANCELED: French Mass Cytometry Day
April 2 | Faculté de Médecine de la Pitié Salpêtrière
Paris, France

CANCELED: Frontiers in comparative immunology series: T cell biology
April 2–3 | Radisson Blu Hotel, Edinburgh City Centre
Edinburgh, UK

POSTPONED: 7th Immunotherapy of Cancer Conference (ITOC7)
October 3–5 | Klinikum der LMU
Munich, Germany

POSTPONED: 3rd Annual MetroFlow/Regeneron Flow Cytometry Vendor Day
April 30 | Tarrytown, NY 
NEW DATE: July 23

CANCELED: Cancer Immunotherapy Conference (CIMT) Annual Meeting
May 5–7 | Rheingoldhalle Congress Center
Mainz, Germany

CANCELED: IMMUNOLOGY 2020™
May 8–12 | Hawai'i Convention Center
Honolulu, Hawai'i

CANCELED: AMP Europe
May 11–13 | NH Milano Congress Centre Hotel   
Milan, Italy

POSTPONED: EACR-OECI Joint Conference: Molecular Pathology Approach to Cancer
Dates TBD | Centro Cultural de Belem
Lisbon, Portugal

CANCELED: RNA 2020
May 26–31 | Vancouver Convention Centre
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

ESHG European Human Genetics Conference
June 6–9 | CityCube Berlin
Berlin, Germany

Immune Responses in Cancer and Infection (IRCI)
June 8–10 | Charles Mérieux Auditorium
Lyon, France

SEASR 2020
June 10–12 | Emory Conference Center Hotel   
Atlanta, GA

CANCELED: EACR 2020 Congress
June 17–20 | Lingotto Fiere Torino
Torino, Italy

9th Annual Fluidigm Mass Cytometry Summit
June 17–18 | The Bellevue Hotel
Philadelphia, PA

CYTO® 2020
June 19–23 | Pennsylvania Convention Center
Philadelphia, PA

Core Technologies in Life Sciences Conference (CTLS 2020)
June 30–July 2 | Fundaçao Calouste Gulbenkian
Lisbon, Portugal 

European Molecular Imaging Meeting (EMIM 2020) 
August 25–28 | HELEXPO Thessaloniki International Exhibition Centre
Thessaloniki, Greece 

MAD SSCi Annual Conference 
September 21–22 | Georgetown University    
Washington, DC