Tom Nozaki

Research & Development Engineer III


Tom is an electrical engineer who has worked for the Herzenberg Laboratory for the past thirty-five years and forty years at Stanford.  Tom is responsible for the design and construction of much of our custom equipment and maintains the electronics.


Bigos, M., N. Baumgarth, G.C. Jager, O.C. Herman, T. Nozaki, R.T. Stovel, D.R. Parks, L.A. Herzenberg. 1999. Nine Color Eleven Parameter Immunophenotyping Using Three Laser Flow Cytometry. Cytometry. 36:36-45.

Roederer, M., De Rosa S., Gerstein R., Anderson M., Bigos M., Stovel R., Nozaki T., Parks D., Herzenberg L.A., Herzenberg L.A. 1997. 8 color, 10-parameter flow cytometry to elucidate complex leukocyte heterogeneity. Cytometry. Dec 1:328-339.

Roederer, M., Bigos M., Nozaki T., Stovel R.T., Parks D.R., Herzenberg L.A. 1995. Heterogeneous calcium flux in peripheral T cell subsets revealed by five-color flow cytometry using log-ratio circuitry. Cytometry. 21:187-196.

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