The mission of the UW Carbone Cancer Center (UWCCC) Flow Cytometry Laboratory (Flow Lab) is to provide cutting-edge instrumentation, technical expertise and flow cytometry education to the researchers of the UWCCC.
The Flow Lab was established in 1988 as a resource for the University of Wisconsin campus.
The facility maintains two laboratories - the main facility located in the Wisconsin Institutes for Medical Research (WIMR) and a satellite facility in the McArdle Laboratory. Like us on Facebook
iLab Service Offline in August
iLab will be merging the Carbone Cancer Center and Biochemistry iLab instances into one single instance, called the UW-Madison instance. To facilitate this merge, both the Carbone Cancer Center and Department of Biochemistry instances of iLab will be offline starting at 5pm on August 5, and back online at 8am on August 8.
New Scheduling System on Monday October 19, 2015:
Learn more about the Flow Lab's Scientific Accomplishments.
The Flow Lab hosts a site license for FlowJo Single Cell Data Analysis Software. The cost of the license is per computer, per year, and will be billed to your account along with your regular flow cytometry fees in March of each year. Cost per computer depends on total number of registrations.
Please contact Dagna Sheerar for information regarding registration information, current cost per computer, deactivation of licenses or transfer of licenses from one computer to another.
Any published research which received funding from the UWCCC Cancer Center Support Grant (CCSG), including the use of UWCCC Shared Resources to generate or analyze data or conduct clinical trials, must reference the UWCCC. See Acknowledging UWCCC in Publications, Posters and Presentations.
If you have generated data on the following instruments, you must acknowledge the following NIH Shared Instrumentation Grants: