inverted CommasI can’t recommend FloCyte enough to people. I wish everyone who prepares flow samples – even if they don’t run them – would take FloCyte’s courses



Dr. David Galbraith

David Galbraith HeadshotDavid Galbraith received his B.A., M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in Biochemistry from Cambridge University. At the University of Arizona he teaches PLS539, and participates in teaching PLS660 and EEB/MCB/BIOC 453/553. His research interests include biological instrumentation (particularly in flow and image cytometry, and microarrays), developmental and tissue-specific gene expression in eukaryotes, functional and chemical genomics, and proteomics. Dr. Galbraith is a Fellow of the American Association for Advancement of Science.