Due to the unpredictability of the COVID-19 pandemic and with your safety and health in mind, the ESCCA Board has decided to move to a fully VIRTUAL ESCCA Conference next year.
The dates remain the same: 21-24 April 2021.
While a virtual format can never fully replace the benefits of a face-to-face meeting, we will make sure to offer you an interesting programme and excellent opportunities for you to present your abstract and interact with your colleagues.
Abstract submission will open on 15 December. The updated programme programme and other important information will be made available as soon as possible. Do check the conference website for regular updates!
Due to unpredictable covid-19 evolution, the Prague School on Flow Cytometry 2020 will go VIRTUAL.
Dates: 26-29 October 2020.
More information can be found on the Meetings page.
During the Covid-19 outbreak many meetings have either been cancelled or postponed and the need for educational content is greater than ever. Also the ESCCA Conference in Vilnius, initially scheduled in September 2020, had to be postponed to April 2021.
Therefore, ESCCA has made some of the educational presentations of the 2019 Conference in Bergen publicly available. These can be downloaded in the Education section/ESCCA publications.
CCEN offers a link to some of the Educational Resources made available for free access by ICCS.
Access via https://www.cytoed.org//web/index.php under the E-learning tab and "what's new".
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, ESCCA has taken the difficult decision to postpone the Conference to 21-24 April 2021. The destination will be the same: the charming city of Vilnius in Lithuania. Registration and abstract submission will open on 1 November 2020.
The next opportunity to gather will be 1,5 years later, in September/October 2022.
We look forward to seeing you for of what we hope will be a wonderful Spring in Vilnius 2021 – mark your calendars!
The journal of quantitative single-cell analysis, features original research reports and reviews of innovative scientific studies employing quantitative single-cell measurement, separation, manipulation, and modeling techniques, as well as original articles on mechanisms of molecular and cellular functions obtained by cytometry techniques. Read more here.
Dr. Jan Willem Gratama is the first to be awarded the ESCCA honorary membership for his participation in foundation of ESCCA and his continued support for its development, as well as for his great contribution to the field of clinical cell analysis. At the Valencia Conference 2018, new awarded ESCCA honorary members were Katherina Psarra, Enrique Jose O'Connor and Stefano Papa for their participation in the foundation of ESCCA and their continued support for its development.
Clinical Cytometry features original research reports, in-depth reviews and special issues that directly relate to and palpably impact clinical flow, mass and image-based cytometry. These may include clinical and translational investigations important in the diagnostic, prognostic and therapeutic management of patients. Read more here.