View map Add to calendar

Thursday, April 27, 2:00 – 3:00 pm

Molecular Sciences Building (MSB) Room 201


This seminar focuses on the use of multiplexing assays and flow cytometry to inform research questions. We will discuss in detail studies in which these assays were employed to study a CAR-T model targeting glioblastoma. Further, we will discuss how flow cytometry and protein/gene expression multiplexing assays are being used across all areas of research, allowing for state-of-the- art scientific advancement.




Sarah Stuart Chewning, PhD, MPH

I am an Immnologist and Microbiologist with research experience spanning multiple model organisms and areas of biology. Before bench research, I spent the first part of my career as an Epidemiologist and university instructor. I look forward to partnering with you to learn about your work and how I can help you become more efficient with Thermo Fisher's multiplexing solutions.


Timothy W. Brown

I began my career in flow cytometry in 1988, studying integrins in respiratory disease and how targeting said integrins might impact disease progression. Since that time, I’ve had the privilege of working with a plethora of investigators across a spectrum of research interests, models in micro, human, vet, med, and particle analysis to name a few. I now represent the flow cytometry portfolio for Thermo Fisher Scientific and look forward to meeting and working with new challenges.


PARKING is available next to the building - Lot is $5 CASH ONLY


Please RSVP by April 21 to


**Coffee and pastries provided**

Event Details

0 people are interested in this event

User Activity

No recent activity

Planning an Event?

Submit your own event by using our simple event submission form. It only takes a minute!