Image cytometry is a diverse field, encompassing many techniques all with a similar overarching goal- multiparameter analysis of individual cells. While image cytometry may make you think solely of imaging flow cytometry, this is only 1 of many techniques under this umbrella. In this webcast, we will take a look at the variety of techniques in image cytometry, including but not limited to imaging flow, imaging mass cytometry, microscopy, spatial profiling, and whole slide imaging, and discuss important aspects to consider when deciding which technique is the right one for your experiment


  • Aja Rieger, University of Alberta (CCMA)
  • Stephen Ogg, University of Alberta (Invited guest moderator)


  • Peter O’Toole (Head of Imaging and Cytometry; University of York, UK)
  • Hartland Jackson (Lunenfeld Tanenbaum Research Institute)
  • Elke Küster-Schöck (Research Centre of the Sainte-Justine University Hospital)

Meet the Cores of Canada: 

  • Sunnybrook Research Institute – Centre for Cytometry and Scanning Microscopy (Paul Oleynik)


Session Recording:


Series: BD Biosciences

Session: Luminex, Tecan