Winner Best Oral Presentaton Award:
A bioinformatic approach to improve acute myeloid leukemia prognosis
Artuur Couckuyt (Ghent, BE)
Winner Best e-Poster Award:
Benchmarking a novel approach of hypervoxelation plus deep neural network for automated flow cytometry analysis
Christiane Yang (Andover, USA)
Congratulations! You have won a free registration for the ESCCA 2022 Conference in Belfast, Northern Ireland (21-24 September 2022)
The ESCCA Virtual Conference will take place in Central European Summer Time (CEST). All sessions will become available on-demand after they have taken place, up to 6 month after the Virtual Conference. So even if you are in a different time zone, or cannot attend all sessions at the scheduled time, you won’t miss anything.
Watch this short introduction from the ESCCA President, Paula Fernandez:
The virtual programme includes live plenary sessions, pre-recorded parallel educational sessions with live Q&A in the fields of Hematology-Oncology, Data analysis and Immunology, and Best Abstract Presentation sessions. Posters will be available as pre-recorded PowerPoint presentations and e-posters.
All lectures and e-poster presentations will remain on-demand up to 6 months after the Conference.
The final full programme and programme at a glance can be downloaded here:
Antigen-specific immunity: In the wake of huge immunotherapeutic successes in many areas of medicine, particularly cancer, ESCCA has developed a new, dedicated guest track that will reflect the latest developments in this new exciting area with a particular focus on the application and monitoring of immunotherapies. The new parallel programme track will be closely coordinated with all relevant immunological and clinical topics.
Data analysis: from general principles of flow data representation/analysis to data handling and repositories, from data preparation to high-dimensional data analysis and large cohort – aspects we need to know about modern data analysis.
The virtual conference forrmat requires a more condensed programme. Sadly, the pre-conference courses will not be offered during the virtual conference in April. However, (some of) these courses may be organised as a webinar later in 2021.