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Children's Hospital Boston, CompuCyte Corporation Establish International Quantitative Imaging Cytometry Center
Date:6/18/2009

BOSTON, June 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Children's Hospital Boston and CompuCyte Corporation today announced the establishment of an International Quantitative Imaging Cytometry Center of Excellence in Boston, to be jointly run by the two organizations. Under their agreement, Children's Hospital Boston and CompuCyte will create an educational resource focusing on training programs and symposia for scientists using laser scanning cytometry in cell- and tissue-based research. The Center represents an expansion of the existing Centers of Excellence programs currently operating at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in New York and the National University of Singapore.

Under the agreement, the Center will hold an annual symposium devoted to advances in Quantitative Imaging Cytometry. The first symposium is planned for August 2010 at Children's Hospital Boston.

"The establishment of the QIC Center at Children's Hospital Boston is the outgrowth of productive collaborations between research teams in the Longwood Medical Area and CompuCyte Corporation," said Dr. Leslie Silberstein, Director of the Joint Program in Transfusion Medicine and Center for Human Cell Therapy at Children's Hospital Boston. "We anticipate that the QIC Center, and the annual symposium in particular, will foster cross-disciplinary collaborations employing quantitative image cytometry in a multiplicity of cancer and stem cell research programs."

"The creation of a worldwide network of QIC Centers has been prompted by the rapidly expanding quantitative imaging cytometry network based on CompuCyte's laser scanning cytometry technology, and the growing number of applications to which it is being applied, especially in the areas of cancer and stem cell research," said Dr. Elena Holden, CompuCyte's President and CEO. "The Boston area's international reputation as an important hub of life science research and education makes it a natur
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