The Nordic Flow Cytometry Meeting February 2022

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. 

Join us for the real-life meeting on Thursday to Friday, February 10th and 11th.

The optional Basic Flow Cytometry course will be held on Wednesday, February 9th.

Early bird-discount until November 5th !

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). 

Please click this link to register.

Additional information:

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
    • A cellular, molecular and spatial analysis of post-mortem lung tissue from COVID19 patients by image cytometry techniques reveals a complex interplay between the immune system and virus
  • Mark Dessing, PhD, BD, Switzerland
    • Title: To-be-announced
  • Jonni S. Moore, PhD, President of ISAC and University of Pennsylvania, USA
    • Precision Clinical Cytometry:  The Next generation for the Clinical Flow Cytometry Laboratory 
  • Søren Egedal Degn, PhD, University of Aarhus, Denmark
    • Elucidating the molecular requirements for antigen-driven activation of B cell receptor signaling by flow cytometry 
  • Muhammad Ali, MD/PhD, Oslo University Hospital, Norway
    • Cellular therapy for lymphoblastic malignancies of B- and T-cell origin
  • 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
  • Marius Lund-Iversen, MD/PhD, Oslo University Hospital, Norway
    • Tentative title: Optimizing FCM analysis of spinal fluid, fine-needle aspirates and other body fluids
  • Helga B. Landsverk, PhD, Oslo University Hospital, Norway
    • Tentative title: A rapid and quantitative flow cytometry assay reveals degradation of promoter proximal RNA polymerase II in the presence and absence of DNA damage

Location: X meeting point, Skjetten, Oslo (30 min bus ride from Oslo Gardermoen Airport).

xmeetingpoint.no