Dr Graeme Quest practices hematopathology, transfusion medicine, and histocompatibility at Kingston Health Science Centre. He completed his medical degree and residency training in hematological pathology at the University of Alberta. His academic focus is in application of flow cytometry and molecular pathology in hematolymphoid neoplasms, with particular focus on measurable residual disease detection.
At the end of this session, participants will be able to:
Assess the quality of flow cytometry data and gating
Recognize normal immunophenotypic patterns in hematolymphoid populations
Recognize classical aberrant immunophenotypes and their disease associations
Flow cytometry is a powerful tool for assessing hematolymphoid populations – but with great power comes great responsibility! This sessions will begin with a review the principles of flow cytometry with attention to assessing the quality of data and gating, build in assessment of normal hematolymphoid populations, and then review some classic aberrant immunophenotypes and their disease associations.
Video will be available from January 19 – February 26, 2021