The Nordic meeting 2020 is postponed to February 2022
In light of the current situation with the Covid-19 pandemic, the NFCF organizing committee has decided to postpone The Nordic Meeting to 2022.
Our meeting will have participants and speakers from many nations that may not be able to attend in 2021. It is also uncertain which national restrictions will be imposed at the time; closed borders and limitations on social gatherings, are likely.
New dates for the Nordic Meeting 2022:
The Nordic Meeting 2022 will be held on Thursday to Friday, February 10th and 11th.
The Basic Flow Cytometry course will be held on Wednesday, February 9th.
Place; Oslo, X meeting point (www.xmeetingpoint.no) / Moxy Hotel (same as planned for the meeting in 2020).
Have you registered and payed for the Nordic meeting (and FCM course) in 2020/21?
Participants that have already registered and paid for the Nordic meeting 2020/21, will be registered as attendees for the Nordic meeting 2022 (the payment covers the 2022 meeting).
If you are not able to attend to our meeting and FCM course in Oslo 2022, we will refund your participant fee (in NOK) in September 2021. To claim a refund: send your invoice to email@example.com, by August 30th 2021 at latest.
The Nordic Flow Cytometry Meeting 2022 is open for registration.
The Norwegian Society for Flow Cytometry (NFCF) is the proud organizer of the Nordic Flow Cytometry Meeting 2022. The meeting includes exciting lecturers, a poster session, commercial exhibition and talks, in addition to an optional Flow course.
- 2022 Information to general participans
- 2022 Information to company participants
- 2022 Tentative Program NordicFlowCytometryMeeting
- Feel free to download and distribute: 2022 Poster
- Poster abstracts must be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org (deadline: January 14th 2022).
The program of the flow cytometry course will remain unchanged. We are also aiming to proceed the Nordic Meeting 2022 with speakers scheduled for the 2020/21 planned meeting.
Optional: Day 1. Basic Flow Cytometry Course, February the 9th 2022
- Lectures by Mikkel S. and Charlotte C. Petersen (University of Aarhus, Denmark) and guest starring Morten Löbner (Application specialist, BD, Denmark).
Day 2-3. Nordic Flow Cytometry Meeting, February 10th-11th 2022
Tentative list of speakers (updated continuously):
- Andrew Filby, PhD, Newcastle University, UK
- Title: To-be-announced
- Mark Dessing, PhD, BD, Switzerland
- Title: To-be-announced
- Jonni S. Moore, PhD, University of Pennsylvania, USA
- Next Generation Clinical Flow Cytometry: New Targets and Approaches for Liquid Biopsy Biomarker Discovery and Measurement
- Søren Egedal Degn, PhD, University of Aarhus, Denmark
- Analysis of multicolor transgenic reporters using conventional and imaging flow cytometry
- Muhammad Ali, MD/PhD, Oslo University Hospital, Norway
- Tentative title: Induction of neoantigen-reactive T cells from healthy donors
- Patrick Aldrin-Kirk, PhD, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
- Identifying specific neural subtype progenitors using novel surface markers in a model of the early developing human brain
- Asbjørn Christophersen, MD/PhD, University of Oslo, Norway
- Tentative title: Distinct phenotype of CD4+ T cells driving celiac disease identified in multiple autoimmune conditions
- Mikkel Steen Petersen, PhD, University of Aarhus, Denmark
- Spectral Flow Cytometry
- Anna Porwitt, MD/PhD, University of Lund, Sweden
- Erythropoiesis by flow cytometry: normal bone marrow vs erythropoietic dysplasia
- Heidi Ødegaard Notø, MSc, Oslo University Hospital, Norway
- Single cell gating by cell cycle analysis in mass cytometry
- Marte Høen Lein, MSc, St. Olav’s Hospital, Trondheim, Norway
- Immunephenotyping of B-ALL -implementation of a new protocol
- Ida A. Herdlevær, MSc, University of Bergen, Norway
- Investigating the role of microglia in paraneoplastic cerebellar degeneration using imaging mass cytometry
- Iyadh Douagi, PhD, National Institute of Health, USA
- Crossing Borders in Cytomics
- Marius Lund-Iversen, MD/PhD and Hiep P. Dong, PhD, Oslo University Hospital, Norway
- Tentative title: Optimizing FCM analysis of spinal fluid, fine-needle aspirates and other body fluids
Location: X meeting point, Skjetten, Oslo (30 min bus ride from Oslo Gardermoen Airport).