ESCCA 2022

September 21 - 24, 2022


United Kingdom


The European Society for Clinical Cell Analysis (ESCCA) is an Association of European professional scientists working in cell measurement for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes, utilizing advanced technologies.

The ESCCA annual conference has grown to become a prominent event where scientists and researchers from around the world gather to exchange insights about translational and clinical flow cytometry applications and advancements.

ESCCA 2022 takes place September 21 – 24 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. We’ll be in booth PR1 and are looking forward to discussing with you the power of lean workflows and how to win the IVDR marathon.


What You’ll See and Learn in Our Booth

In these days of staff shortages, supply chain challenges and unpredictable peaks in demand for test results, achieving lab efficiency has never been more important.

We’re here to help, and on display at ESCCA 2022 will be a selection of instruments that can help you unlock the power of lean to reduce process waste and optimize workflow efficiency.

If you won’t be at ESCCA 2022 but would like to learn more about these solutions, please let us know and we’ll schedule another date and time to chat.

Scientific Partner Presentation

On Thursday, September 22 at 11:15 a.m., Alan Dunlop (from King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Department of Haematology) will take the stage to discuss the benefits of adopting new technology in a clinical laboratory.

Meet the Experts Sessions

We’ve invited five key experts in their respective fields to join us in Belfast to give insightful talks about timely topics. We hope you’ll be able to attend these exclusive sessions to share, learn and discover.

Thursday, September 22

  • Frank Preijers & Hans Veenstra, Radboud UMC
    Improvements in CD34 determination
    Time: 3:00 p.m.
    Room 3a
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  • Pieter Bogaert, Qarad BV
    IVDR & LDTs - The time to act is now
    Time: 5:15 p.m.
    Room 3a
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Friday, September 23

  • Wolfgang Kern, MLL Munich
    Potential of cell sorting to enrich distinct cell populations in hematopoietic neoplasms for delineation of molecular genetic background by NGS according to WHO 2022 classification
    Time: 1:00 p.m.
    Room 3a
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  • Wolfgang Kern, MLL Munich
    Nowhere to hide from cytometry: Utility of camelid-derived anti-CD38 VHH-fragments in the detection of CD38-masked plasma cells
    Time: 10:55 a.m.
    Room 3a
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Poster Sessions

Please also stop by the scientific poster exhibition, where we will be highlighting our new AQUIOS STEM System, the evolution of the gold standard in the clinical enumeration of CD34+ hematopoietic progenitor cells.