In this talk, Dr. Andrew Filby provides an overview of imaging flow cytometry, a powerful technique used to measure the phenotype of cells using image-based metrics. Compared with traditional flow cytometry, imaging flow cytometry increases the number of parameters one can measure by providing morphological and spatial information in a high-throughput, controlled manner. Filby explains how the imaging flow cytometer works and describes the benefits of using this technique to better answer biological questions, as well as giving us a glimpse into the future of this exciting field.
Dr. Andrew Filby is the Director of the flow cytometry core facility at Newcastle University in the UK. He received his bachelor’s degree in biochemistry from the University of Huddersfield, and his Ph.D. in molecular and cellular immunology from the National Institute for Medical Research (NIMR) in Mill Hill, London. Filby joined the laboratory of… Continue Reading