Flow Cytometry and Cellular Immunology Core Laboratory

The Flow Cytometry and Cellular Immunology Core Laboratory provides technical expertise and advice for the analysis, design, development and implementation of procedures to assess immune cell subsets and other biomarkers associated with immune system functional status.

The lab is located within the Flow Cytometry Core Facility at the George Washington University.  

Services and Instrumentation

  • FACSAria high speed cell sorter
  • FACSCalibur DxP8 and FACScan analyzers equipped with 488 nm, 637 nm and 407 nm lasers capable of discrimination of 8 flourochromes
  • Data analysis work stations equipped with FlowJo analysis software (v7.6.5) from Tree Star

To request core laboratory services, please complete the Core Service Request Form or contact the Core Manager.

Leadership

The Flow Cytometry and Cellular Immunology Core Laboratory is directed by David Leitenberg, MD, PhD, who has extensive expertise in basic and translational studies of immune cell function.

He is the Director of the Clinical Immunology Laboratory at Children's National Medical Center. Dr. Leitenberg is available to consult with DC CFAR investigators on the design and development of cellular immunology sections of grant applications.

Core Manager

Isabella Kaser
kaser@gwu.edu

Laboratory Director

David Leitenberg, MD, PhD
The George Washington University
Ross Hall, Room 621
2300 Eye St., NW
Washington, DC 20037
202-994-9475
dleit@gwu.edu