Florian Mair

Florian Mair

Postdoctoral Fellow

Education MSc Molecular Biology (University of Vienna, 2008) PhD Immunology (University of Zurich, 2013)

Scientific Interest and Avenues for Collaboration In the past I have been working with flow and mass cytometry to understand the function of dendritic cells during inflammation and autoimmunity. During my current position at Fred Hutch my main interest is delineating innate immune components relevant in anti-cancer immunity. In addition, I am very interested in technical developments for high-dimensional flow cytometry using classical as well as spectral flow cytometry and novel analysis approaches for the resulting datasets. Also, I have been actively involved in designing and teaching flow cytometry courses at various levels.

Participation / Support of ISAC 2016: CYTO conference in Seattle 2011-2016: Organization of flow cytometry courses at UZH 2015: CYTO conference in Glasgow 2012: CYTO conference in Leipzig

Website http://research.fhcrc.org/prlic/en.html