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Kathleen Daniels

Kathleen Daniels

Flow Cytometry Core Facility Manager at Memorial Sloan Kettering

Education B.S. (Bioscience) from SUNY Farmingdale, 2011

Scientific Interest and Avenues for Collaboration My passion stems from the ability of Flow Cytometry to aid in the research for cures of human disease around the world. When used correctly, it is a powerful tool that has the capacity to transform research and people’s lives. My goal is to contribute to Flow Cytometry educational content and to spread this knowledge with other SRL facilities along with all end users of the technology. I am also very interested in instrument characterization and recognize the need for a more streamlined approach that can be used across diverse groups of instruments. Working with ISAC, my aim will be to empower researchers through a better understanding of the technology while providing increased resources to cytometrists worldwide.

Participation/Support of ISAC

  • CYTO Seattle 2016
  • CYTO Boston 2017
  • CYTO Boston 2017 Poster Presentation “Impact of Particle Size on Laser and Drop- charge Delay in different sorters”
  • CYTO Prague 2018
  • ISAC SRL Committee member since November 2018
  • MetroFlow Membership Communications Manager 2017 – Present