May 15 - LumaCyte announces that is a founding sponsor of the CvilleBioHub. The CvilleBioHub is an organization that was created to connect and help grow the biotech and life sciences communities, while bringing awareness of the Charlottesville area as a biotech center in central Virginia.
April 11 - LumaCyte unveils and demonstrates its much anticipated 96 well plate autosampler at the World Vaccine Congress.
April 10 - LumaCyte & Thermo Fisher Scientific presented a poster entitled, "Rapid Quantification of Vesicular Stomatitis Virus Infectivity in Vero Cells using Laser Force Cytology", at the World Vaccine Congress. See the poster here
April 10 - LumaCyte & Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey (CINJ) presented a poster entitled, "Monitoring the Oncolytic Effect of Talimogene laherparepvec (T-VEC) in combination with the MEK inhibitor Trametinib using Laer Force Cytology", presented at the World Vaccine Congress. See the poster here
April 10-12 - LumaCyte exhibits at the World Vaccine Congress in Washington, DC.
March 6-8. LumaCyte and Nanotherapeutics, Inc. presented a poster entitled, “Rapid Quantification of Viral Infectivity in a Recombinant Baculovirus System using Laser Force Cytology” at the ISBiotech Spring 2017 meeting in Washington, DC. See the poster here
December 28 - LumaCyte signs Material Transfer Agreement (MTA) with the United States Army Medical Research Institute for Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID). LumaCyte is collaborating with USAMRIID using Radiance instrument for the analysis of Zika virus infected mammalian cells for rapid infectivity and neutralization assays.
December 16 - LumaCyte was excited and honored to be present for the announcement of the nearly $200 million National Institute for Innovation in Manufacturing Biopharmaceuticals (NIIMBL) at the University of Delaware.
December 12 - LumaCyte's role in Zika R&D featured in newspaper article.
December 1 - LumaCyte featured in NBC29 nightly news segment on Zika virus research.
November 15 - LumaCyte to present at CVille Biohub's Zika Virus Forum in Charlottesville, VA, December 1, 2016.
August 8 - LumaCyte will exhibit at the World Vaccine Congress in Washington DC, April 10-12, 2017.
Aug 2 - LumaCyte invited to present keynote address in the Vision Summit Meeting at National Instruments’ conference in Austin, TX on August 2-4, 2016
March 3 - Join LumaCyte at their exhibit booth #13 at the World Vaccine Congress 2016 in Washington DC, March 29-31, 2016.
February 26 - LumaCyte is please to announce it's inclusion and participation in the Zika Response Working Group.
September 23 - LumaCyte to sponsor and exhibit at the World Vaccine Congress 2016 in Washington DC, March 29-31, 2016.
September 15 - LumaCyte to sponsor and present at the Vaccine R&D 2015 Conference, November 2-4, 2015 in Baltimore, MD.
August 11 - Press release
August 2 - Article published in Cytofluidix, an online microfluidics technology review.
July 15 - LumaCyte welcomes Dr. Chris Field as Vice President of Electronics and Software. Dr. Field has a broad based background in software development, electronics, and instrumentation.
March 16 – Dr. Sean J. Hart to present the keynote lecture at Suffolk University’s annual STEM Reception on April 27, 2015.
February 23 – Dr. Sean J. Hart to present at Mid-Atlantic Directors & Staff of Scientific Cores Meeting on June 3rd-4th 2015. http://madssci.abrf.org/
February 1 - LumaCyte welcomes Dr. Colin Hebert to the team as Vice President, Biotechnology. Dr. Hebert comes to LumaCyte from the Bio/Analytical Chemistry Section at the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) where he collaborated with LumaCyte to develop their novel label-free cell analysis and sorting technology.
January 1 - LumaCyte has moved into its new biosafety level two (BSL-2) laboratory and office in Charlottesville!
May 10 - LumaCyte has delivered its first prototype cell analysis and sorting instrument to the flow cytometry core facility at the University of Virginia (UVA) School of Medicine for testing.
March 5 - LumaCyte has entered into a Collaborative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL), Washington, DC for the development of optical instrumentation for cell analysis and sorting.
January 18 - LumaCyte establishes collaboration with medical researchers at the University of Virginia (UVA) School of Medicine.
January 6 - Dr. Sean J. Hart will be presenting an invited talk at NanoTech in June 2014. His presentation will be focused around disease detection and characterization in mammalian cells using our novel cell analysis and sorting system currently under development. Link