Annual meeting in the Society

The program for the 61st meeting of DSFCM is now ready. The meeting will be held at Department of Health Technology – DTU Health Tech, May 27th 2019.

Anker Engelundsvej 1, Building 101A
2800 Kgs Lyngby
DTU Meeting Center, 1st floor, Meeting room 1

The theme of the upcoming meeting is “Detection of extracellular vesicles in flow cytometry”. Four great speakers have confirmed their attendance:

  • Joshua Welsh (NIH, USA), Next Generation Extracellular Vesicles Studies for Cancer Research
  • Jaco Botha (AAU, Denmark), Conventional, high-resolution and imaging flow cytometry: Potentials, pitfalls and solutions for EV characterisation
  • André Görgens, (Karolinska, Sweden), Using a combination of bead-based flow cytometry and imaging flow cytometry to understand Extracellular Vesicle Heterogeneity
  • Jens Bæk Simonsen (DTU, Denmark), Flow‐activated nanoparticle sorting as a novel tool for the characterization of nanoparticles

Program and registrationAbstract for the presentations.

Please not, you need to sign up for the meeting so we can order coffee and lunch.

Many people found the way to DTU and the annuale meeting 2019. Here you can see some pictures from the event.

Talk by Joshua Welsh

Talk by Jaco Botha

Talk by André Görgens

Talk by Jens Bæk Simonsen

Panel discussion

Meet the vendors and networking

General assembly in the society

The general assembly will be 27th May 2019 at 15.30, associated with the upcoming meeting in the society.

DTU Meeting Center, 1st floor, Meeting room 1 DTU Health Tech, Anker Engelundsvej 1, building 101A, 2800 Kgs. Lyngby.

Agenda is according to the statue. Members that have suggestions for the meeting should mail them to the Secretary, Jan Pravsgaard Christensen, jpc @, no later than 13/5-2019.

ESCCA meeting 2019

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.

Find out more.

FACS facility manager/Staff scientist (AC-TAP) at BRIC

Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen 
We are looking for a highly motivated and independent staff scientist to be responsible for our FACS core facility. The FACS core facility is a key technology hub at BRIC interacting with many uses on a daily basis. The successful candidate should have substantial experience with high-end flow cytometry preferably from several biological systems.
Application deadline: February 8, 2019, 23.59 CET 
See full information

30 years and still going strong

Danish Society for Flow Cytometry (DSFCM) is a very active organization. We have for 30 years organized meetings, workshops, and vendor presentations that are related to flow cytometry.

Consider joining the society. This supports our work and gives you a great opportunity to network with people in the field.

We recently celebrated the 30 year anniversary of the society; see some pictures from the event.
Click to enlarge pictures.

Understanding t-SNE and Cen-se’ Mapping

Talk by Bruce Bagwell

Exploring cytometry data with FlowSOM

Talk by Sofie Van Gassen

Automated analysis of MHC multimer binding of T cells – experience from a noncomputational expert

Talk by Natasja Wulff Pedersen

Vendor exhibition

Vendor exhibition

Coffee and social time

Dinner and social get together

30 years and still going strong

It is the 30 year anniversary for the society and we will celebrate this with a meeting followed by a light dinner for all the members.

The theme for the meeting is “Multi-parameter data analysis” and will be 1st November 2018 at Holst auditorium, Maersk Tower, Blegdamsvej 3B.

The program will include talks by:

  • Bruce Bagwell, President of Verity Software House, Maine, USA, “Understanding t-SNE and Cen-se’ Mapping”
  • Sofie Van Gassen, Ghent University, Belgium, “Exploring cytometry data with FlowSOM”
  • Natasja Wulff Pedersen, Danish Technical University, Denmark, “Automated analysis of MHC multimer binding of T cells – experience from a non-computational expert”

Look under events to see details and sign up for the meeting

Welcome to our new website

We have for long wanted a new and more updated web site, and we have for the past 6 month worked on making this come through. We hope you will use our web site to find relevant information about flow cytometry in Denmark and international.

We encourage everyone to bring forward suggestions for meetings, positions and other relevant information about flow cytometry that you think may be relevant for the community and we will then post it on our web site, for everyone to enjoy.

We would also like to hear from you if you have suggestions for more permanent changes such as new links and resources that you find relevant for the society and its members.

New board

The bylaws of the society dictates that we change the board every year, and people can only sit for 6 years, to make sure we have turnover of fresh blood and ideas in the society. The recent general assembly elected a new board, and we welcome them all.

One thing is a new board, which is important for running the society, but members are equally important. Thus if you know of people that you think might benefit from joining the society, please refer them to our new web site, and tell them about the value of being a member.

30 year anniversary meeting in the society

The society was founded on May 5th 1988, thus it is 30 years, and still going strong, since DSFCM was started in Denmark. We are celebrating this after the meeting in Copenhagen November 1st 11.00-19.00. Look under events to see the program for the meeting, you are in for a treat, also for the mouth, since we have a light buffet after the meeting to celebrate our anniversary. Put the date in your calendar.