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



Grace Chojnowski

img33Grace has a strong instrumentation background. She came to QIMR from her position as the Flow Cytometry Facility Manager at Peter MacCallum Cancer Institute in Melbourne. She also worked in clinical neurophysiology at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne and also in the Neurosurgical Unit at The Maudsley Hospital and Institute of Psychiatry in London. She graduated from RMIT University with a Bachelor of Applied Science in 1990 and completed a Masters in Applied Science in 2011.

Grace is active with the Australasian Flow Cytometry Group (AFCG) in organising courses and meetings and currently holds position on the AFCG executive committe. Grace is currently an elected Councillor on the Active International Society for Advancement of Cytometry (ISAC). She is currently holds a position on the ISAC education, membership and core managers committees. She is a member and chair of the ISAC associated socities committee.  You can reach Grace at