Beckman Coulter is sponsoring a free educational webinar titled “Extracellular Vesicle Isolation by Flow Cytometric Sorting and Characterization by Analytical Ultra-Centrifugation and Dynamic Light Scatter,” which will discuss sorting stained EV populations on a high-speed sorter to provide for their visualization, separation, and characterization. The speaker is Carley Ross (photo), Ph.D., a Staff Development Scientist from Beckman Coulter Life Sciences Research and Development, who has been aiding in the development of the MoFlo Astrios and Astrios EQ as well as carrying out her current work on the analytical ultracentrifuge (AUC). The complimentary webinar, hosted by LabRoots, Inc., will be presented on October 1, 2015, beginning at 9:30 am Pacific Time, 12.30 pm Eastern Time. For full details and free registration go to https://www.labroots.com/ms/webinar/id/151/beckman-ross-oct1. Dr. Ross has been awarded two patents, one in flow cytometric sorting and the other for extracellular vesicle work on the AUC. In addition, she has been awarded the corporate Excellence in Values prize for her work ethic and two Excellence in Innovation awards for her collaborative work on projects for the Astrios. Dr. Ross received her Ph.D from Colorado State University from the Cell and Molecular Biology program with a focus on mammalian mutation assays on a flow cytometer. She then did post-doctoral work in biochemistry by studying the development of yeast prions, with a focus on molecular and protein science. Dr. Ross’ focus now is to bring Beckman Coulter’s technology to the cutting edge with small-particle-detection of extracellular vesicles on both the flow cytometry and AUC platforms.An abstract of Dr. Ross’s presentation is provided below.
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