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



Steve Benoit

Steve joined FloCyte in Boston, bringing his expertise  to teach our first basic there in October of 2003.   He earned 2 undergraduate degrees from University of  Massachusetts  at Amherst  simultaneously, in Exercise img777Physiology and Biochemistry.   He jokes  that he has an advantage.  When he has trouble with mice that don’t work out in his experiments he simply tells them  “drop and give me 10  pushups!”  Steve has worked in clinical research at U Mass Medical Center  at Worcester in the Cancer Center where he did hematopoiesis and neuro stemcell  biology using the MoFlo.  He moved to Curis INC. in Cambridge after that,  managing the core facility in this developmental biology oriented biotech.   Here he worked on the FACS Vantage SE and FACSCalibur.  In his latest  position at Wyeth Pharmaceuticals in Cambridge, Steve provides all core facility  functions, including the oversight of many FACScans, FACSCaliburs, 2 MoFLos, 1  CyAn, an LSC, and the confocal facility.  His easy style and kind spirit  make him an excellent instructor.  We are delighted to have Steve join our  staff as well.  Steve can be reached at .