Preventing Cervical Cancer 2022 Conference
The PCC2022 Conference will be a hybrid face-to-face and virtual event hosted by the Australian Centre for the Prevention of Cervical Cancer and the NHMRC-funded Centre of Research Excellence in Cervical Cancer Control (C4).
The theme of the conference is innovation and equity in the elimination of cervical cancer. An exciting panel of speakers at the vanguard of elimination efforts will share their experiences and knowledge across the cervical cancer prevention spectrum, including awareness, vaccination, screening, and treatment of pre-cancers. In a few words, PCC222 is the ideal setting for our vaginal self-collection products.
ISHI – 33rd International Symposium on Human Identification
The International Symposium on Human Identification is the largest annual meeting on DNA forensics. Of course, we’ll be there with our booth #201. Join us to discover the newest advances in DNA technology from top experts in the field, coming from crime labs in the US and abroad, parentage and testing laboratories, academic institutions, and governmental research agencies.
GISCi – Convegno Gruppo Italiano Screening del Cervicocarcinoma
Il Gruppo Italiano Screening del Cervicocarcinoma è una associazione senza scopi di lucro che promuove la diffusione e miglioramento della qualità nell’attività di screening organizzato del carcinoma della cervice uterina. Il Convegno nazionale sarà un’occasione di confronto per quanti coinvolti nei programmi di screening organizzato nel verificare i risultati raggiunti, i programmi di recupero dopo il rallentamento dell’attività legato alla pandemia COVID, il grado di implementazione nell’attuazione del Programma Nazionale di Prevenzione per quanto attiene, nello specifico, l’attività dell’Associazione.
Medlab Asia will be welcoming world-class suppliers and industry leaders as well as top-of-the-line buyers in the healthcare sector to explore the APAC market. Plus, the educational agenda of the congress aims to equip medical lab and healthcare professionals with technical skill sets, research findings, and recommendations on all lab and healthcare-related topics. Led by a strong scientific committee, the congress ensures that current issues and innovations are at the center of all programs. Come and meet our APAC team at booth 6.D38
EMMD – 12th European Meeting on Molecular Diagnostics
The European Meeting on Molecular Diagnostics will cover all the aspects of molecular diagnostics in human disease and pathology. The scope of the meeting has expanded to include top-notch amplification techniques in a wide diversity of laboratory disciplines, including Clinical Microbiology and Virology. Come to our stand (#10) to discover our approach to molecular biology sample preparation!
ESCV – 24th Annual Conference of the European Society for Clinical Virology
This meeting will be the first in-person ESCV meeting since the pandemic began! We are excited to get together and share our pandemic experience with clinical virologists, without forgetting all the many other important aspects of clinical virology that the attention-demanding coronavirus has overshadowed!
NSCMID – 38th Nordic Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases Meeting
The annual NSCMID meeting is the main microbiology event in the Scandinavian Countries, so why not attend it side by side with our distributors and partners? Come to meet us all at booth #13 to discover our WISE approach to preanalytics and sample management. Also, we’ll wait for you at our sponsored symposium “Automated disk diffusion antibiotic susceptibility testing: the next step in full lab automation” held by Susan Sharp, Friday, September 2, 14:30 – 15:00 CET
SGM-SSM – Swiss Society for Microbiology
In 2022 the Swiss Society for Microbiology celebrates its 80th anniversary. We’ll be there with our partner Ruwag celebrating this anniversary and discussing the latest advancements in clinical microbiology with Swiss experts. In this respect, don’t miss our exclusive symposium, “The Microbiology Laboratory of the Future,” featuring Dr. Abdessalam Cherkaoui, Bart Gordts, and Professor Oliver Nolte, Wednesday August 31, from 12.00 to 12.45.