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ESCCA 2020 • Cell analysis along the Amber Road
The Conference will be held from Wednesday 9 - Saturday 12 September 2020 in Vilnius, Lithuania, also referred to as the Amber Land. Amber is known as “Lithuanian gold. Amber found at the Baltic Sea was taken by seaside merchants along the Amber Road to the farthest countries of Europe and Asia, even reaching Egypt. And though it has been used as an adornment for centuries, it has also been used to treat illness and pains.
The ESCCA Conferences have become of major importance for education and scientific exchange in the fields of basic, translational and clinical applications in cytometry, in particular, flow cytometry applications and in Hematology, Immunology, Cancer and Cell Biology.
The programme at a glance will be available by the end of February 2020. The programme will include plenary sessions, parallel sessions streams in the fields of Hematology-Oncology, Data analysis and Immunology, and parallel oral & poster presentations sessions. In addition there will be time to view e-posters during the breaks. The programme at a glance will be available by the end of February 2020
New, dedicated antigen-specific immunity stream
In the wake of huge immunotherapeutic successes in many areas of medicine, particularly cancer, ESCCA has developed a new, dedicated antigen-specific immunity stream which will reflect the latest developments in this new exciting area with a particular focus on the application and monitoring of immunotherapies. The new stream will run as a new parallel stream and will be closely coordinated with all relevant immunological and clinical topics.
Accreditation by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME) will be applied for.
Pre-conference training courses
Six pre-conference training courses will be scheduled on Wednesday 9 September from 09.00-12.30 hrs. These will be available to a limited number of participants per course; pre-registration is required. More details are expected to be available by March 2020 - please visit this page for regular updates.
ESCCA members will be able to take the official ESCCA European Cytometry Certification Examination during the Conference on Wednesday 9 September. For general information about the Exam and how to register, please consult the Membership section of the ESCCA website.