Workshops & Webinars

Upcoming Programs:


Online Workshop:  

The Future Forward in Flow Cytometry:  Remembering the Past, Celebrating the Present, and Shaping the Future

Tuesday, December 6, 2022
11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. ET

Register here


Abstract
:
This session will present attendees with a unique opportunity to hear from five panelists and experts within the flow cytometry field. Together they will walk you through an exciting conversation on the evolution of flow cytometry, how it works, and how this technology has evolved, impacting research discoveries and the development of new technologies. This presentation will close with a discussion on spatial flow cytometry and proteomics. The latest and newest era in the development of flow cytometry’s contribution to research.

Learning Objectives:

Attendees will be able to learn about and ask questions on:

• The evolution of flow cytometry over the last 50 years.
• How flow cytometry works.
• Development and history of fluorochromes
• The evolution of spectral flow cytometry and its impact on developing new tools for research.
• Applying Spatial proteomics and flow cytometry together.

Presenters: 

                                

Dr. Rachael Walker                         David Leclerc                     Dr. Rachael Sheridan             Dr. Timothy Bushnell          Matthew Cochran
Head of Flow Cytometry Facility     Technical Director                 Flow Core Manager                Associate Professor              Technical Director
Babraham Research Campus         University of Chicago           Van Andel Research               Director Shared Resource    University of Rochester
Cambridge University                                                                   Institute                                   Laboratories
                                                                                                                                                    University of Rochester
     


Virtual Seminar Series   

Implementation of Curio Seeker, a Novel Spatial Transcriptomics Method, in a Core Facility Setting

Wednesday, December 7

2:00 – 3:00 p.m. ET

Complimentary Registration available here

Announcement


ABRF Call for Education Programs 

Share your expertise with your core colleagues by offering an Education Program (panel, presentation, workshop) for the upcoming 
schedule of online events.  
The ABRF Education Committee is now accepting proposals for online Education Programs.  
Online sessions are typically scheduled in 1-hour or 2-hour (Zoom) blocks, with multiple sessions per program as needed to deliver content 
and engage the audience.  

Submit your proposal via this form.  


Zoom - Tips & Tricks



Recordings of prior ABRF events are linked below:

Virtual Seminar Series
10X Genomics Single Cell and Spatial Analysis Technologies for Genomics Core Facilities
Wednesday, November 30
Announcement
Webinar recording


ABRF Online Workshop - Proteomics Cloud Computing 

Proteomics Cloud Computing Online Workshops - See Workshop Materials Here 

The iPRG will conduct a series of online video tutorials about the use of cloud computing resources for MS-based proteomics, focusing on Nextflow, the Trans-Proteomic Pipeline (TPP) and Galaxy Platform. Attendees for this workshop may attend one, or all of this three-part series on Cloud Computing. 

See introductory video by Ben Neely, NIST here....

September 12-16 

Trans Proteomic Pipeline: Michael Hoopman of ISB, in Seattle, Washington will provide instructions on how to us TPP to analyze MS data. Pre-recorded content will be sent in advance of the sessions for attendees to watch and learn processes, followed by a live training session. 

October 3-7
Galaxy Platform: Melanie Foell of Freiburg University in Germany will provide instructions on how to use Galaxy to analyze MS data. Pre-recorded content will be sent in advance of the sessions for attendees to watch and learn processes, followed by a live training session. 

November 14-18
NextflowYasset Perez-Riverol of EBI in Hinxton, UK will provide instructions on how to use Nextflow to analyze MS data. Pre-recorded content will be sent in advance of the sessions for attendees to watch and learn processes, followed by a live training session. 


ABRF Sequencing Seminar Series 

September - October 2022

ABRF presented a series of virtual seminars on existing and new sequencing technologies. 

Seminar Series Schedule:

September 8, 2022                 Element Biosciences  (seminar recording)
September 15, 2022               illumina  (seminar recording)
September 22, 2022               MGI (announcement)  (recording)
September 29, 2022               ONT (Oxford Nanopore Technologies)  (announcement) (recording)
October 6, 2022                      PacBio  (recording)
October 20, 2022                    Singular Genomics  (announcement) (recording)
October 27, 2022                    Ultima Genomics (announcement) (recording)

Moderated by:  Anoja Perera, Stowers Institute

                   

          



Online Workshops

ABRF Town Hall Presentations 

November 16, 2022

Top Ten Features of the ABRF online Core Community

Learn more about how to engage with ABRF colleagues through this new online platform.

View session recording.



August 17, 2022

Why Should Everyone Support Transparency of the Scientific Literature Efforts?

Speakers:   Nate Herzog, Core MarketPlace
                   Anita Bandrowski, SciCrunch

The talk includes two parts (1) info surrounding RRIDs usage and importance and (2) how RRIDs and the CoreMarketplace interact which includes a walk thru of setting up your core in the CM and getting an RRID assigned, as requested.

View session recording.


July 20, 2022

Data Management Plans for Cores
Speakers:    Sheenah Mische, NYU Langone Medical Center
                     Nicole White, Cincinnati Childrens Medical Center
Slide presentation

Session recording


April 27, 2022

3D Image Analysis Tools and Reproducibility Event

Workshop breakout session recordings:



March 16, 2022 - ABRF 2022 Annual Meeting Preview

March 9, 2022  - ABRF NSF ATE Project - Developing the Core Technology Workforce

Presentations:
  - Update on ABRF NSF ATE Grant Project - Todd Smith 

  - Life Science Career & Education/Training Pathways - Terri Quenzer
  - Opportunities for Core Facilities - Frances Weis-Garcia
 

February 16, 2022 - Core Funding Programs - presented by ABRF Core Administrators' Network Coordinating Committee (CAN-CC)

Presentations:

January 2022 - Best Practices in Data Management and Quality

ABRF Education Program Sponsors: