FlowCAP Summit 2011, U.S. NIH Campus

FlowCAP Summit 2011, U.S. NIH Campus

Documents

  • Flyer [png]
  • Agenda and Abstracts [pdf]
  • Preliminary Results [pdf]


  • Talks

    Introduction
    Importance of FlowCAP from the DAIT/NIH Perspective
    Daniel Rotrosen, Division of Allergy, Immunology, and Transplantation, NIH

    Session 1 - Informatics Challenges in Flow Cytometry
    FITMaN/HIPC Standardization of Immunophenotyping
    Philip McCoy, NHLBI, NIH

    Tolerance Assay & Data Analysis
    Deborah Phippard - Immune Tolerance Network

    Session 2 - FlowCAP-II Challenges & Results
    Challenge 1: HIV-Exposed-Uninfected (HEU) versus Un-exposed (UE)
    Ryan Brinkman on behalf of Tobias Kollman, University of British Columbia

    Challenge 2: Acute Myeloid Leukaemia
    Wade Rogers, University of Pennsylvania

    Challenge 3: Intracellular Cytokine Staining of Post-HIV Vaccine Antigen Stimulated T-cells
    Raphael Gottardo, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

    Additional Challenges: Multiple Sclerosis Treatment, Omalizumab and
    Rush Immunotherapy, Stimulation of Influenza-specific cytokine-expressing
    T cells, Dilution of activated cells in control populations
    Richard Scheuermann, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and,
    Tim Mosmann, University of Rochester

    Challenges 1 to 3: Results [Slides]
    Nima Aghaeepour, University of British Columbia

    Session 3 - New Algorithms for FCM Analysis and their application to FlowCAP-II
    Phenotyping (flowType) and Robust Feature Selection (FeaLect) for Flow Cytometry Data [Slides]
    Nima Aghaeepour, University of British Columbia

    FIND: A new software tool and development platform for enhanced multicolor flow analysis [Slides]
    Shareef M. Dabdoub, Ohio State University

    Analysing Flow Cytometry ICS Data Using a BioConductor Pipeline [Slides]
    Mike Jiang, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

    flowBin: A Complete Pipeline for Feature Extraction and Classification of Multi-tube Flow Cytometry Data [Slides]
    Kieran O'Neill, British Columbia Cancer Agency

    Automated identification of cell population changes using cross-sample comparison with FLOCK [Slides]
    Yu Qian, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

    Extracting a cellular hierarchy from high-dimensional single-cell data [Slides]
    Peng Qiu, University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center

    Automated Identification of Differential Signatures in Cellular Populations [Slides]
    Robert Bruggner, Stanford University

    Applying K-means (or flowPeaks) and Support vector machines to the sample classification problem using the flow cytometry data [Slides]
    Yongchao Ge, Mount Sinai School of Medicine

    flowMatch:A tool to create feature-preserving templates by population matching [Slides]
    Ariful Azad, Purdue University

    Session 4 - Future of FlowCAP
    FlowCAP-1 Results & Discussion
    Richard Scheuermann, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and,

    An open session dedicated to the review of the state-of-the-art, planning of FlowCAP-III, etc.
    Ryan Brinkman, British Columbia Cancer Agency


    Sponsers
    This meeting was generously supported by the U.S. National Institute of Health (NIH)