The MiSET RFC Initiative is an international project consisting of a core group, a steering committee, and topical chairs leading the working groups.

Core Group

Fabienne Lucas, MD, PhD
Resident Clinical Pathology Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Clinical Fellow Harvard Medical School
ISAC Marylou Ingram Scholar
GLIIFCA Steering Committee Member

Dr. Jesús Gil-Pulido
Immunologist, Flow cytometrist
Staff Scientist at the Flow Cytometry Core Facility at the Institute of Molecular Biology (IMB), Mainz, Germany.
Community Manager and Chief Ambassador of the Spanish Society for Immunology

Pinak Joshi, MD, MS
Fellow in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology, Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Clinical Fellow, Harvard Medical School
Steering Committee Member, The Alliance for Digital Pathology

Steering Committee

Peter A. Lopez
Director, Cytometry and Cell Sorting Laboratory
NYU Grossman School of Medicine


Frederic I. Preffer, PhD
Professor of Pathology, Harvard Medical School.
Clinical Laboratory Scientist, Massachusetts General Hospital


Paul Wallace, PhD
Director, Department of Flow & Image Cytometry
Rosewell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center


Ryan Brinkman, PhD
Professor of Medical Genetics, University of British Columbia, CEO, Cytapex Bioinformatics

Tim. Bushnell, PhD, MBA
Associate Professor, University of Rochester Medical Center
Director, URMC Shared Resource Laboratories

Josef Spidlen, PhD
Senior Director, R&D
Informatics, BD Life Sciences

John Nolan, PhD
Professor at Scintillon Institute,
CEO of Cellarcus

Topical Chairs


Dagna Sheerar
Specialist in Cytometry, SCYM(ASCP)CM
Manager UWCCC Flow Cytometry Laboratory

Lauren Nettenstrom
Specialist in Cytometry, SCYM(ASCP)
Instrumentation Technologist UWCCC Flow Cytometry Laboratory

Nicolas Loof, MS
Shared Research Facilities Manager
Head of the Moody Foundation Flow Cytometry Facility, Children´s Research Institute UT Southwestern

Rachael Sheridan, PhD
Specialist in Cytometry, SCYM(ASCP)CM
Manager, Flow Cytometry Core Facility Van Andel Institute Grand Rapids, Michigan

Erich Williams
Research Specialist – Lead, Pediatrics + Winship Flow Cytometry Core, Emory University