High-Dimensional Cytometry Consultation

High-dimensional flow and mass cytometry involves a number of specialised tasks, such as experiment design, panel design, basic data analysis, compensation troubleshooting, computational data analysis (data prep, clustering, dimensionality reduction, graphing etc), visualisation, and quantification. Because of the complex nature of these tasks, we also provide consultation services where a high-dimensional cytometry specialist will help you with these tasks.

Book a consultation (request assistance)

You can book a consult to discuss or perform experiment design, panel design, basic data analysis, compensation troubleshooting, computational data analysis (clustering, tSNE etc), flow core logistics, collaborations, etc by choosing from options below. Alternatively, if you wish to arrange an initial meeting to seek advice, use the tool at the bottom of this page.

Pricing

Meetings where we provide advice or guidance (rather than performing lab/instrument or analysis work) are provided free of charge. Consultation costs are based on our ‘operator assistance’ rates (pricing available here).

  • $50 per hour at internal academic rates (University of Sydney or Centenary Institute academic users),

  • $100 per hour at external academic rates, and

  • $150 per hour at external commercial rates.

New project?

This consultation page is most useful to you if you wish to book a specific service. If you want to start a new project with Sydney Cytometry, you can visit our project meeting request page. 

Protocols and resources

We provide internally developed panel design, basic analysis, and computational analysis protocols, allowing users to perform many of these tasks themselves. In addition to our protocols, we offer regular basic and advanced training sessions to groups of users, to enable them to perform these tasks themselves, and a small fee is charged for training sessions.


Initial consult or meeting

If you would like to book an initial consult or a meeting, please use the tool below. Meetings where we provide advice or guidance are provided free of charge.