Flow Cytometry Facility

What we do.

The mission of the Flow Cytometry and Cell Sorting Facility (FCF) is to provide easy and cost effective access to state-of-the-art flow cytometry and cell sorting instrumentation, services, and expertise for all researchers at Colorado State University.

FCF News & Announcements

8/27/2019 – For all those interested in flow cytometry, the CSU Flow Cytometry Facility is pleased to present a seminar by Diana Bonilla-Escobar Ph.D., SCYM (ASCP), from Cytek Biosciences on September 10, 2019 from 11am – 3pm in Pathology 103. Lunch will be provided. Dr. Bonilla will be discussing “Pushing the Limits of Fluorescence in a Fluorochrome-Limited World.” Visit this page to learn more about this seminar.

7/12/2019 – Cytek has created a great video tutorial resource. The answers to many of your questions about the Aurora or the SpectroFlo software are addressed in these tutorials. You can check out the link here or it can be found under our RESOURCES/SPECTRAL CYTOMETRY menu.

07/05/2019 – Congratulations to Amy Fox for her Outstanding Poster Award at CYTO 2019, the 34th Congress of the International Society for Advancement of Cytometry (ISAC) held in Vancouver, BC, from June 22-26. Amy’s poster was: “Developing an R-based Data Analysis Pipeline to Analyze Flow Cytometry Data through Unsupervised Clustering Analysis.” Amy is a graduate student in Dr. Marcela-Henao-Tamayo’s lab in MIP and is co-mentored by Dr. Brooke Anderson in ERHS. She was one of only four posters to receive the Outstanding Poster Award from the hundreds of posters at the conference. She received her award from Dr. Paul Wallace, acting President of ISAC at an awards ceremony on June 26. We in the CSU Flow Core are extremely proud of Amy’s accomplishments and the fact that CSU received some recognition from the international flow cytometry community. Way to represent for CSU Amy!”