European Cytometry – The many different faces of single-cell research – EMBL conference

When:
March 3, 2019 @ 10:00 am – March 5, 2019 @ 5:00 pm
2019-03-03T10:00:00+01:00
2019-03-05T17:00:00+01:00
Where:
EMBL Heidelberg
Meyerhofstraße 1
69117 Heidelberg
Germany
Contact:
Malte Paulsen
062213878341

We are happy to announce the upcoming 2,5 day “European Cytometry – The many different faces of single-cell research” conference taking place 3-5 March 2019 at the Advanced Training Center at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in Heidelberg, Germany.

Please take a look at our fantastic scientific and technology driver speaker panel. We hope to attract a very heterogeneous attendee mix with young and experienced scientist and technology facilitators to promote and show the lively activity in this field in Europe. If you are interested in participating and/or presenting your exciting research or technology development in the fields of

  • Stem cells and cancer biology
  • Immunology
  • Image cytometry
  • Data analysis
  • Aquatic and plant cytometry

please feel free to register your interest using the link below. The conference will open formal application/registration will soon.

Organisers: Herve Luche, Tomas Kalina, Jordi Petriz, Rachael Walker, Derek Davies, Diana Ordonez, and Malte Paulsen

For more details see our conference webpage at EMBL

About the conference

The field of cytometry – the study of single cells – is developing rapidly and is applied in almost every scientific discipline from basic to applied research and ultimately the patient bed side. Scientific progress in this very broad field demands quick and thorough communication of novel applications and findings based on improvements in the various technology branches and their use in scientific studies. We want to specifically foster communication across Europe and disciplines by holding a pan-European meeting focusing on science and technology in the field of cytometry, exemplifying the tremendous advances in image cytometry, mass-cytometry, single-cell metabolomics, and classical flow cytometry in combination with high-end sequencing methods. This meeting will attract a broad audience of scientists, technology providers and facilitators from predominately European institutes. It will provide a unique opportunity for junior researchers and technology experts in Europe to interact with the leading figures in this field, especially from the Bio-IT community, highlighting that Europe is a vivid and powerful contributor to cytometry technology development.

40% of all available presentation slots will be given to early stage researchers to promote visibility and to present ongoing research from a different perspective.