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ACS 2022 Conference Melbourne


20-23 November

EARLY BIRD HAS BEEN EXTENDED!
EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION ENDS: 7th October
ABSTRACTS CLOSE: 7th
October

20th November: Workshops
21-23 November: ACS Conference

We’re excited to be hosting the ACS annual meeting in Melbourne this year and look forward to welcoming you to our wonderful city. The conference will be held at the beautiful CENTREPIECE Melbourne Park. More information to come.

Registration and Abstracts
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Click Here For Registration and Abstract Submission.

EARLY BIRD HAS BEEN EXTENDED!

EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION ENDS: 7th October
ABSTRACTS CLOSE: 7th October

As with previous years we are using the Currinda platform for registrations and abstract submission. Therefore, any of you who have attended previous ACS conferences or events will already have a delegate profile; so you can just login, register and submit your abstract with a few quick clicks!

As you make your way through the registration portal, you’ll notice a new question we’re asking abstract submitting delegates; Do you identify as an early career cytometrist? (ie working/studying/utilising this awesome field of cytometry for 8 years or less). With a wide lens definition we’d like to identify celebrate upcoming talent in our diverse field, to feature especially in our conference program.

General
Early BirdFull
Full Reg$590$690
Day Reg$220$250
Workshop Reg$120$150
Two Day Reg$450$500
Student
Early BirdFull
Full Reg$270$370
Day Reg$120$160
Workshop Reg$75$100
Two Day Reg$240$320

Exhibitors
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Australasian Cytometry Society

The Australasian Cytometry Society began in May 1979 as a group of seven people in Sydney who shared an interest in microfluorimetry. The following year the group broadened its scope to become the “flow cytometry organisation” and held a larger meeting in Adelaide. In 1984 (again at a meeting in Adelaide), the group adopted the prefix “Australasian” to reflect the equal participation of both Australian and New Zealander delegates. The group incorporated in 1992 under the name “Australasian Flow Cytometry Group” (AFCG) as a scientific and educational organisation whose purpose is to promote research, development and applications in, and to disseminate knowledge of, flow cytometry – a mission it still maintains today.

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