Before taking this course, my experience with flow was limited to simple 2 color experiments. Then I was asked to perform a 10-color complete immunophenotype experiment in non-lymphoid tissues. With a ton of help from a long time co-worker and friend, I was successful with the effort. She highly recommended the Excyte Mastery Course to me and I can say she was right. This course truly elevated my knowledge and understanding of flow cytometry. It was very organized, concise and covered everything from understanding your instrument, optimizing it’s performance, designing multicolor panels and executing a flow cytometry experiment with all the necessary controls. I look forward to learning more from the advanced seminars and webinars. I highly recommend this course.
My other passions include grilling, wine tasting, and real food. To be honest, my biggest passion is flow cytometry, which is something that Carol and I share. My personal mission is to make flow cytometry education accessible, relevant, and fun. I’ve had a long history in the field starting all the way back in graduate school.
Latest posts by Tim Bushnell (see all)
- Strengths And Weaknesses Of Isotype Controls In Flow Cytometry - May 17, 2017
- How Flow Cytometry Converts Photons To Digital Data - May 3, 2017
- How To Use Flow Cytometry To Measure Apoptosis, Necrosis, and Autophagy - April 19, 2017