Events CYTO 2018

CYTO 2018

Event location: Prague, Czech Republic
Event date and time: Apr 28, 2018

The 33rd Congress of the International Society for Advancement of Cytometry.

The Congress will be held at the Prague Congress Centre, which is conveniently located on Line C of Prague’s outstanding underground railway network, allowing attendees easy access to and from the airport and the historic downtown.

You can find information in English, including maps and timetables, by clicking here. Free tickets to ride the public transport system will be distributed onsite. More information will be provided before the meeting. 

The CYTO Congress is developed through the efforts of over 50 members of the Organizing and Planning Committees, including the ISAC Marylou Ingram Scholars and Shared Resource Lab (SRL) Emerging Leaders, who propose themes, speakers, and assist with the review of abstracts.

The Congress will include elements for scientists working in all areas of cytometry and at all career stages. Top faculty and leaders in the industry will contribute their time and talent to CYTO Innovation, State of the Art Lectures, Scientific Tutorials, Workshops, Frontiers, and Plenary Sessions featuring cutting edge cytometry technology and applications.

The program will also include Parallel Sessions with examples of contemporary cytometry from the research lab to the clinic and Poster Sessions providing an opportunity for discussions between authors and delegates. Additionally, the Congress will include Commercial Exhibits featuring companies displaying hardware, software, and reagents for cytometry research.

We proudly recognize that CYTO is the premier meeting for showcasing the state of the art and science of cytometry and look forward to seeing you in Prague!

Please check the CYTO 2018 web site for more information.

Our vision is to advance the impact of cytometry in meeting current and emerging challenges in the life, biomedical, and physical sciences.

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