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The International Society for Advancement of Cytometry presented its 2012 awards at CYTO 2012
Date:7/23/2012

ntrepreneur. He has influenced a large number of individuals over these years, and many of them have become leaders in the field. He was appointed Editor-in-Chief of the Society's Journal in 1997 and served until 2002. His research from the 1980s resulted in key discoveries of stem cells, as well as a significant expansion of cell sorting technologies to sort cells. His impact has been significant, with a huge influence on many key individuals in the field of cytometry. His influence on a large number of scientists is evidence of Jan Visser's scientific integrity and his impact on the field of cytometry.

Peter Lansdorp's expertise in measuring telomere lengths on chromosome ends was crucial to the breakthrough scientific reports that formed our present understanding of the role of critically short telomere ends in promoting chromosomal instability, cell cycle arrest and senescence.

Dr. Lansdorp has had a long standing interest in studies of genomic instability, and he has been a pioneer in developing and applying novel cytometric methods to studies of genomic maintenance in aging and cancer. He is perhaps best known for his seminal work on telomere analysis, including development of telomere FISH and FLOW-FISH methods. These methods are used by many people in the field. Dr. Lansdorp's career has been marked by exceptional creativity and sharing. To accomplish novel goals he has frequently developed new cytometric methods that have subsequently been widely cited and adopted. He has added greatly to the portfolio of cytometric technologies for studying telomeres and other novel DNA structures, thereby greatly enriching our field. He has made a great contribution to the field of cytometry and to its practice. He has served the Society as a member of the governing Council of the Society.

The Society also chose winners of the President's Award for Excellence (given to an outstanding early career Ph.D.) and the Exceptional Student Award. The
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