University of Vermont

College of Medicine

Flow Cytometry and Cell Sorting (FCCS) Facility

About

Flow Cytometry and Cell Sorting Facility

 

The Harry Hood Bassett Flow Cytometry and Cell Sorting Facility (FCCS) is located on the College of Medicine campus in the Given Building Room C316. The facility provides state-of-the-art flow cytometry to the UVM community as well as other nearby colleges. Additionally, FCCS Facility personnel provide scientific and technical consultation to faculty and staff in the design of flow cytometric experiments, and provide assistance in data analysis and interpretation.

 

Our Staff

Jonathan Boyson, PhD, Associate Professor, FCCS Facility Director

Dr. Boyson is a basic research immunologist with 20 years of flow cytometry experience. He is an Associate Professor in the Dept. of Surgery and he has been on the faculty at UVM for 10 years. He has been the director of the FCCS Facilty since 2011. Dr. Boyson is available for consultations in the design of flow cytometric experiments as well as in data analysis and interpretation.

Contact Dr. Boyson or view his bio

Roxana del Rio-Guerra, PhD, C.Cy., FCCS Facility Manager 

Dr. del Rio-Guerra is responsible for the day-to-day management of the FCCS facility. She is a Certified Cytometrist (C.Cy.) through the International Cytometry Certification Examination and has over 12 years of experience in the use of flow cytometry in both basic and applied immunology research. Dr. del Rio Guerra provides her scientific and technical input to the design of PFC experiments and analysis of data, including immunophenotype, intracellular staining, cell cycle, Ca flux, proliferation, apoptosis, and routinely provides advice on the optimization of protocols. Dr. del Rio-Guerra is responsible for training all new users at the facility (instrumentation and software analysis).

Contact Dr. del Rio-Guerra

Last modified May 29 2014 10:43 AM