46th Annual Course in Cytometry

San Diego, August 12-17, 2023


Joanne Lannigan

Joanne Lannigan


Joanne Lannigan has been a member of the flow cytometry community since 1982. She received a Master of Science degree in Pathology/Immunology from the State University of New York and a Master of Science degree in Health Services Administration from the New School University in NYC. Ms. Lannigan served as the Associate Technical Director of the Clinical Immunology Laboratory at the University Hospital of the State University of New York for over 17 years, where she managed both the clinical flow cytometry and immune diagnostics laboratories. In 2002, Ms. Lannigan was appointed faculty at the University of Virginia, where she became the Director of the Flow Cytometry Core Facility in the Department of Medicine until 2019, when she retired and started her consulting company, Flow Cytometry Support Services, LLC. 

Ms. Lannigan has been a very active member of ISAC since 1996, and has served in several leadership roles including Council, Education Committee Chair, SRL Oversight Committee Chair, SRL Emerging Leaders co-chair, Cytometry Certification Exam Committee Member and Chair,  and SRL Educational Content Task Force Chair. She has also served as a mentor to three ISAC Emerging Leaders, been a member of ISAC’s Mission Continuity Committee,  and a regular member of the CYTO Meeting Planning and Program Committees. Ms. Lannigan has also been an active developer of workshops and CYTO U content for the educational mission of the society. She is also a recipient of ISAC’s Distinguished Service and Membership Services Awards.  Ms. Lannigan is a regular reviewer for the journal Cytometry Part A, has published 50 cytometry related papers, and her 2020 publication of OMIP-069 Forty-Color Full Spectrum Flow Cytometry Panel for Deep Immunophenotyping of Major Cell Subsets in Human Peripheral Blood was awarded the Best Publication of 2020. Her recent interests in flow cytometry have been dedicated to Full Spectrum Flow Cytometry and Nanoflowcytometry.  

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