European scientists set to share knowledge at the Conference Centre
Over 400 delegates from all over the world (over 40 countries, 4 continents) will be attracted by ESCCA Conference and the Valencia Conference Centre will be the meeting point for this professional scientists from 13th to 15th September.
The European Society for Clinical Cell Analysis (ESCCA) is an Association of European professional scientists working in cell measurement for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes, utilising advanced technologies. ESCCA defines clinical but also preclinical or transfer applications of cytometry embracing the fields of pathology, immunology, haematology, cancer, ageing, regenerative medicine and microbiology. The ESCCA Conference aims to create a platform for scientific knowledge exchange and contacts with colleagues in the field and ranks among the world’s most important educational events in flow cytometry and the majority of the delegates are hematologists, immunologists, microbiologists, specialists in Laboratory Medicine, researchers, (technical) laboratory managers and staff and pharma biologists related to clinically applied flow cytometry.
In the opinion of Babette Schmidt (Founder and co-owner of Global Conference Support and Core Professional Congress Organiser of ESCCA), “Valencia is a very attractive destination and this is the second time that I organise a conference in the Valencia Conference Centre. According to my previous and current experience, the Conference Centre offers all the needed facilities at a good price-quality ratio. Each and every staff member takes the organisational requirements as well as my client’s needs and goals at heart. They show a high level of professionalism and efficiency and are able to provide tailor-made solutions. We mainly communicate in Spanish, but their English is outstanding so it will be easy for international clients to make them understand what is needed. All in all, I appreciate our collaboration and hope to be able to organise more conferences here in the near future!
This event, which will make Valencia a focal point of international scientific knowledge and progress, will be held over three days and will generate around 1,400 overnight stays.
For further information, visit the congress website.