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Your generous donation to the ISAC Fund for Global Cytometry Education will help advance cytometry and cytometry education worldwide. You may choose to support one of the program areas listed below or designate the donation should go where the support is most needed.
Online donations are quick and easy using our secure credit card transactions. We welcome donations of all sizes and payment plans – whether it's a one-time gift, a monthly contribution or part of a matching gifts program.
ISAC (EID# 85-0319221) will absorb all administrative costs so that 100% of your donation will be applied to the support area you designate. By virtue of ISAC’s 501(c)3 status with the IRS, contributions may be tax-deductible for people who pay US taxes.
CYTO Innovation » Donate OnlineCYTO Innovation is the forum within ISAC that explores the challenges and opportunities for the translation of new cell analysis technologies into commercially viable products and services.
CYTO Travel Support Program » Donate OnlineISAC provides travel awards to Students and SRL Jr. Staff whose abstracts have been approved for either oral or poster presentation to ensure they have the financial resources to attend CYTO.
CYTO University » Donate OnlineAs ISAC’s online portal for on-demand, peer-reviewed cytometry education, CYTO U offers multi-module courses, recorded sessions from the CYTO conference, and a regular webinar series. The driving principle for CYTO U is to maximize community access to high quality educational materials on flow and image cytometry as well as shared resource lab (SRL) management.
FlowRepository » Donate OnlineFlowRepository is ISAC's public flow cytometry data repository that facilitates the integrated review of datasets referenced in published literature with its associated metadata. Users can access, review, download, deposit, annotate, share, and analyze flow cytometry datasets. Since proper annotation is key to third-party interpretation, FlowRepository supports all annotation concepts specified by the Minimum Information about a Flow Cytometry Experiment (MIFlowCyt).
Instruments 4 Science » Donate OnlineISAC's I4S program identifies second-hand instruments that are still valuable and donates them to clinical and research labs in countries with difficulties in purchasing them. It also aims to work with these labs on providing proper training on such instruments so they may become educational centers in their local communities.
International Cytometry Workshops » Donate OnlineLive lectures and lab courses developed by ISAC's Live Education Delivery Task Force continue to play an important role in the Society's cytometry education efforts. ISAC holds workshops in India, China, and other locations around the developing world. It also participates in guest symposia and workshops at large international meetings of communities with a high interest in cytometry.
Marylou Ingram Scholars Program » Donate OnlineThe ISAC Marylou Ingram Scholars Program (IMISP) is a five-year leadership development program designed to enhance the scientific and leadership experiences of research leaders in the field of cytometry. It provides leadership training, mentorship with another ISAC member, presentation opportunities, complimentary Society membership, a subscription to Cytometry Part A, and travel support to attend the annual CYTO conferences.
SRL Emerging Leaders Program » Donate OnlineThe ISAC Shared Resource Lab (SRL) Emerging Leader Program is designed to develop the next generation of leadership in SRL operations, who will help to further enhance the field of cytometry. ISAC SRL Emerging Leaders are given the opportunity to be an integral part of the Society through committee memberships, advisory boards, and creating educational material to further support the goals of ISAC.
CYTO Women » Donate OnlineCYTO Women brings together subject matter experts, members of ISAC, and leaders in cytometry to discuss ways to identify how improving representation in STEM strengthens professional organizations like ISAC. The initiative aims to gather information about how to implement policies and take action to improve gender and underrepresented minority diversity with a focus on inclusion.
Where Support is Most Needed » Donate OnlineGeneral donations to ISAC’s Fund for Global Cytometry Education will be dedicated to support ISAC’s critical education priorities and to respond to new areas of need as they arise. ISAC is grateful for the trust you place in us to determine the best and most effective use of your generous financial support!