Webinar: Cell-Based Therapies for Cancer Treatment: Leveraging Advanced Flow Cytometry for Greater Clinical Insight

The rapidly expanding field of immuno-oncology can provide novel cancer treatments that are diverse in origin, spanning from antibody-based therapies such as checkpoint inhibitors to adoptive cell therapies, including CAR-T and CAR-NK cells.  

Although immuno-oncology treatments can be highly effective, there are some limits on the implementation of these new therapies, such as difficulties in predicting which patients are likely to benefit from treatment.  

In addition, there is the high cost and technical challenge associated with phenotyping, purifying, and expanding immune cells from patients. Limitations to low-throughput traditional cell and secreted protein analysis methods, and their lack of the ability to capture dynamic immune cell data, account for some of these challenges.

Consequently, there is a need to use advanced tools to link insights from both immune cell health, phenotype and proliferation, as well as cytokine secretion profiles.  

The development and use of novel cancer therapies, from studies of the immune cell response, can be accelerated by the use of high throughput, multiplexed and streamlined tools, such as advanced flow cytometry. This overcomes the bottlenecks associated with traditional methods.

Key webinar discussion topics include:

  • Discussion on the overall importance and development of therapeutic antibodies
  • How advanced flow cytometry may be used to streamline the development of CAR-T and CAR-NK cells.  
  • The practical advantages of advanced flow cytometry over traditional methods, to purify and phenotype patient immune cells.

Complete the Form Below to Watch the Webinar

About the speakers

Nina Senutovitch Ph.D.
Senior Scientist, Product Development Cell Analytics
Sartorius, Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States


Professor Rong Fan, Ph.D.
Professor of Biomedical Engineering
Yale University, United States

Tamara J. Laskowski, Ph.D.
Scientific Project Director, Adoptive Cell Therapy Platform
Department of Stem Cell Transplantation and Cellular Therapy 
MD Anderson Cancer Center, United States 

Request a Quote, Demo, or More Information

What other areas are you interested in? (select all that apply)

Register to watch the on-demand webinar

Ready to Buy?