This is a very good practical course that may interes some of you.
Cytek has arranged a meeting at Panum Institute about “Best practices in imaging & full spectrum cytometry”, May 10th at 9.00-16.00.
The full program and link to sign up for the event is here: https://flowcytometri.dk/wp-content/uploads/2023/04/Cytek-Spectral-and-Imaging-Flow-Cytometry-Forum-May2023.pdf
Any questions about the meeting should be addressed to Cytek, Thomas Franzen – tfranzen at cytekbio.com or Mikael Mikko – mmikko at cytekbio.com
The annual meeting in the society will be May 3rd in Copenhagen. We start with General assembly and then proceed to the program with the theme “Functional Flow Cytometry Assays”. The evening ends with a light dinners for members of the society. If you are interested in becoming a member click here.
Map of the venue, it is in 13A the auditorium is located.
Sony has organized a Spectral flow cytometry user meeting in Copenhagen, DGI byen on the 19th April at 10.
If you are interested, you can read more about the meeting and register here
We have an open PhD student position especially attractive to non-German students at the DRFZ in Berlin starting in summer 2023, and I would be grateful if you could forward this announcement to potential candidates and circulate this in your networks. The project is to study imprints of mucosal immune reactions on blood leukocytes in different groups of autoimmune patients, with the aim to explore the utility of mucosal immune signatures for precision medicine, and to understand microbiota-immune system interactions implicated in chronic inflammation vs tolerance.
The position is funded for 3 years by the EU, through a Marie-Sklodowska-Curie Doctoral Network, and embedded in a range of related projects in the EU.
Further information on the network and the application process are provided in this links https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu/jobs/69084. For project-specific questions, please reach out to Henrik Mei and Hyun-Dong Chang (firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com).
The Autumn meeting in DSFCM will be November 3rd at Moesgård Museum https://www.moesgaardmuseum.dk/. We offer a short guided tour on the museum before we start the meeting. The program will be about spectral flow cytometry, we have invited several speakers to cover the subject, so save the date.
Please find program and link for signing up at the meeting.
Link for participation: https://events.au.dk/67thdsfcm/conference
Deadline for participating is October 25 2022.
We will repeat the success with a Nordic Flow Cytometry Meeting, this time in Oslo.
The meeting will be in Oslo, Norway, 10-11 February 2022. The program will consist of a basic course in flow cytometry for the PhD students (you can get ECTS credit for it) and continue with a list of very skilled people in flow cytometry. See the tentative program.
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 9th of February.
Place; Oslo, X meeting point, Kragerudveien 50, 2013 Skjetten, Norway.
Participants that have registered and paid for the Nordic meeting 2020/21, will still be registered as attendees for the Nordic meeting 2022 (the payment covers the 2022 meeting).
It is our pleasure to invite you to the 66th meeting of the Danish society for flow cytometry.
The theme for this meeting will be “Challenges in Flow Cytometry“.
Keynote speaker is Andrew Filby, Faculty of Medical Sciences, Newcastle University, UK.
At this meeting we encourage students and researchers to share problems, challenges and troubleshooting related to flow cytometry and imaging flow cytometry. When signing up, choose if you would like to give an oral presentation or present a poster. We anticipate the oral presentation to be 15min each
Students giving an oral presentation at this meeting, will receive a one-year free membership of the Danish Society for Flow Cytometry.
The evening program (from 18:00-20:00) is only for members of the society – If you are not a member yet, it only takes a few minutes to become one to attend the social event: https://flowcytometri.dk/join-dsfcm/
CYTO will this year be a June 7-10, 2021 in an interactive setting.
CYTO Virtual Interactive will be a meeting unlike any other we have produced! Developed with sessions scheduled for global accessibility across different time zones, this year’s meeting will focus on connecting and interacting online, building our community internationally, and, as always, showcasing the most cutting-edge science and cytometry technology.
Read more above the meeting https://cytoconference.org/
Registration for the meeting.
We continue to have our meetings online. We have now prepared “Exotic Flow Cytometry Vol 2”.
It is our pleasure to invite you to the 65th meeting in DSFCM. The topic for this meeting will be “Exotic Flow Cytometry”, followed by general assembly.
You can see the full program here.
13.10-13.55 Jaroslav Dolezel, Prof., Institute of Experimental Botany; Olomouc; Czech Republic. “Flow cytogenetics: the exotic way of genome sequencing, gene cloning and uncovering chromosome ultrastructure” See presentation
14.05-14.25 Tina Santl-Temkiv, Asst.Prof. Department of Biology, Aarhus. “Sea-spray experiments coupled with flow cytometry reveal preferential emissions of microorganisms from aqueous environments into the atmosphere”
14.30-14.50 Kasper Urup Kjeldsen, Assoc.Prof, Department of Biology, Aarhus “Fluorescence-activated cell sorting for studying microbial dark matter”
15.00-16.00 General assembly
So many new fluorophores have emerged and we are still using the same dyes we are used to…… Many of the new dyes are brighter than the commonly used and have a narrow emission spectra.
To inform and inspire you, we have invited 6 companies to give a short introduction/presentation of their new and exciting dyes.
Friday 29th of January 12:00-13:15.
Taking the current situation in Denmark we have a decided to hold our next meeting as a web meeting.
It is our pleasure to invite you to the 64th meeting in DSFCM. The topic for this meeting will be “Exotic Flow Cytometry and SARS-CoV-2 in flow cytometry laboratories”.
You can see the full program here.
13.10-13.40 Samplix “Double-emulsion droplet sorting: Strategies and applications for multiomic profiling”, see the presentation.
13.45-14.15 VikingGenetics “Through the years from sperm sorting, to sex-sorting and QC”, see the presentation.
14.20-14.50 How are we dealing with Corona in flow cytometry laboratories – a short introduction by Jan Pravsgaard followed by a discussion, see the presentation.
15.00-16.00 General assembly
The Nordic Flow Cytometry Meeting 2020 is now open for registration.
The meeting will be in Oslo, Norway, 26-28 August 2020. The program will consist of a basic course in flow cytometry for the PhD students (you can get ECTS credit for it) and continue with a list of very skilled people in flow cytometry.
Registration is now open and all relevant link can be found here http://www.flowcytometri.no/oslo-2022/
If we cancel/postpone the venue within May 28th we do not have to pay anything. We’ll wait and see how the national guidelines are in the middle of May and make a decision.
Please redistribute to any worried potential participants afraid to register.
The next meeting in the society will be 4/5-2020, 10.00-16.00 at SDU in Odense. The program is now ready for the meeting, see below. Remember you need to sign up for the meeting so we can get lunch and coffee for you. Sign up for the meeting.
10.20-11.05 Keynote speaker Jaroslav Dolezel, Institute of Experimental Botany, Czech Republic, “Flow cytogenetics: the exotic way of genome sequencing, gene cloning and uncovering chromosome ultrastructure”.
11.10-11.40 Cristina Gamba, Samplix “Exotic Droplets, which helps bringing the Dark Genome to light”.
11.45-12.45 Lunch and exhibition
12.45-13.15 Torben Nybo, VikingGenetics, “Flow Cytometry in cattle semen production, from analyses to sexsorting”
13.20-13.40 Tina Temkiv “Sea-spray experiments coupled with flow cytometry reveal preferential emissions of microorganisms from aqueous environments into the atmosphere”
13.45-14.20 Break with Coffee and exhibition
14.20-14.40 Kasper Urup Kjeldsen “Fluorescence-activated cell sorting for studying microbial dark matter”
14.40-15.00 Frederik Thomsen “Implementation of Flow Cytometry in Dairy Science as an Alternative to Traditional CFU Quantification”
15.00-16.00 General assembly
Miltenyi Biotec has two positions that might be interesting if you have a flow background. See the information below.
Flow Cytometry Application Specialist Miltenyi Biotec Nordics South:
“Do you want to be the expert and help others within flow cytometry and flow sorting? Miltenyi Biotec is making a difference for fellow scientists, and now you have the chance to join our great Nordic team. Apply now and Join us!”
Account Manager Miltenyi Biotec Nordics; Biotech and Pharma
“Want to help us make cancer history? Do you want to join a team to develop and help others within life science? Take the chance to join Miltenyi Biotec and make a difference in Science. Apply now!”
The next meeting will be November 12th at Skejby Hospital.
The program for the 62nd meeting of DSFCM is now ready. The meeting will be held at
Aarhus University Hospital, Aud G,
November 12th 2019
Palle Juul-Jensens Boulevard 99
8200 Aarhus N
The theme of the upcoming meeting is “Flow Cytometry in Clinical Research”.
Please not, you need to sign up for the meeting so we can order coffee and lunch.
Academic research officer (fixed-term 5 years) in core facility for single cell analysis
At the Department of Immunology and Microbiology, University of Copenhagen, a position as academic research officer (fixed-term 5 years) is available on 1 November 2019 or as soon as possible hereafter.
We are looking for:
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