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Dominic jenner

Dominic Jenner

Senior Scientist
Defence Science & Technology Laboratory
Salisbury, United Kingdom

Education B.S.c (Hons) Microbiology & Zoology, University of Wales, Aberystwyth 1999-2002 Ph.D. Subunit Vaccine development, Open University 2005-2009

Scientific Interest and Avenues for Collaboration My area of research is focused mainly on using flow cytometry, imaging flow cytometry, and image cytometry to evaluate three broad areas: immunology of infectious disease, evaluating the cellular trafficking of toxins and the mechanism of protection of toxin therapeutics, and the immune response to trauma and methods to increase cellular health to traumatic injury.

Participation/Support of ISAC 2015: Cyto2015 Glasgow: Poster: Using Multispectral imaging flow cytometry to assess ricin trafficking in human lung epithelial-like A549 cells Talk at Mucosal Immunology workshop: Using Multispectral Imaging Flow Cytometry to assess ricin trafficking in human lung epithelial-like A549 cells Cyto2016, Seattle: Workshop organizer - Imaging Flow Cytometry: Applications and Challenges Cyto2017, Boston: Poster - Measuring opsonisation of Burkholderia thailandensis using imaging flow cytometry Cyto2018, Prague - Workshop organiser: A successful imaging flow cytometry facility: Guidelines for management and publication