Transplant Conferences

ASHI 43rd Annual Meeting

ASHI 43rd Annual Meeting | Booth #201

September 11, 2017 – September 15, 2017
Hilton San Francisco Union Square | San Francisco, California
United States

This year we will be featuring for the first time the LinkSeq™ family of Real-Time PCR products along with our newly released AllType™ NGS assays, and FlowDSA-XM™ flow crossmatch test. We are also excited to introduce LABScreen™ Autoantibody, our new non-HLA screening test.

We look forward to seeing you in San Francisco!

One Lambda Schedule


Sep 12
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 Breakfast Symposium • Hilton San Francisco Union Square (Imperial Ballroom)

Breakfast & Learn

Dr. Carolyn Hurley

Combining Sanger SBT with Phasing Probes Results in Resolution of the Majority of HLA Variation

Carolyn Katovich Hurley, Ph.D D(ABHI)
Georgetown University Medical Center - Washington, DC
Sep 12
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 Lunch Symposium • Hilton San Francisco Union Square (Imperial Ballroom)

Advances in Antibody Detection and New Perspectives on AMR

Dr. Cathi Murphey

The New Frontier in Flow Cytometry

Cathi Murphey, Ph.D
Southwest Immunodiagnostics, Inc. - San Antonio, Texas
Dr. Annette Jackson

Non-HLA Antibodies: A New Perspective on Allograft Injury & Rejection

Annette M. Jackson, Ph.D
Johns Hopkins Medicine - Baltimore, Maryland
Dr. Peter Nickerson

HLA Molecular Mismatch Assessment – A Tool for Quantifying Patient Risk

Peter Nickerson, MD, FRCPC, FCAHS
University of Manitoba - Manitoba, Canada
Sep 13
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 Lunch Symposium • Hilton San Francisco Union Square (Imperial Ballroom)

NGS and Real Time-PCR — Transforming the HLA Laboratory

Dr. Peter Jindra

Virtual Crossmatch Assessment with SABR™

Peter Jindra, Ph.D, D(ABHI)
Baylor College of Medicine - Houston, Texas
Dr. Robert Liwski

A practical comparison of AllType NGS multiplexing and conventional HLA typing methods: The Halifax lab experience.

Robert Liwski, MD, Ph.D
Dalhousie University - Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Speakers and presentations are subject to change. These events are not part of the ASHI official educational program and the sessions and content are not endorsed by ASHI.

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