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Training is an important component of the CAN-ASC initiative. COVID-19 forced us to delay our in-person workshops and travel awards for lab exchanges, so we filled the gap with a series of webinars. These webinars focused on various aspects of translational human immunology research, ranging from the broad (sex & gender considerations, ethics) to the more specific (general best practices, detailed seminars on specific, commonly-used methods). 

CAN-ASC Webinar Series(See below for links to watch the webinar recordings.)

The webinars were aimed at trainees, technicians and investigators who are working in the field of human immunology (or are planning to).

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Webinar series 2021

A step-by-step guide to generating high parameter flow cytometry data

Presented by: Florian Mair, PhD, Immunologist, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle

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Q&A and links from Florian’s webinar.

Statistics at the bench: Get the most out of your hard work

Presented by: Gabrielle Boucher, MSc, Biostatistician, Montreal Heart Institute

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Translating Research into Reality: Building Bridges Between Research and Clinical Laboratories

Presented by: Anne Halpin, MSc, CHS, Laboratory Scientist, University of Alberta

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Ethics, clinical trials and autoimmunity

Presented by: Jonathan Kimmelman, PhD, Professor of Ethics, McGill University

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Part 1
Part 2

Automation in FlowJoTM software: A Guide to Using Automation to Improve Data Quality and Reproducibility

Presented by: John Quinn, PhD, Director of Science and Product Development, FlowJo

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The WHY and HOW of Metabolics in Primary Immune Cells

Presented by: Ramon Klein Geltink, PhD, Assistant Professor of Pathology, University of British Columbia

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Embracing complexity: Integrating sex and gender considerations in immunological research

Presented by: Stacey Ritz, PhD, Professor of Pathology at McMaster University

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Related research:

HLA Tetramers: Searching for needles in a stack of pins

Presented by: Eddie James, PhD, Assistant Member, The Benaroya Research Institute at Virginia Mason, Translational Research Program

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