Other Cytometry Related Societies

The Australian and New Zealand Society for Immunology (ASI)

Established in 1962 the ASI is a broadly-based Society, embracing clinical and experimental, cellular and molecular Immunology in humans and animals. Major society activities include the Annual Scientific Meeting as well as numerous local meetings, the production of two international Immunology journals, the distribution of travel funds to members, and the promotion of equity, diversity, and inclusion, in science.

The ASI and the ACS work closely together to provide guidelines and educational material related to quantitative cellular immunology.

The International Society for Laboratory Haematology

The International Society for Laboratory Hematology (ISLH), founded in 1992 is a growing international group of laboratory haematology professionals serving as a forum for the dissemination of new ideas and information in all of the disciplines within laboratory hematology. These include flow cytometry.

The ISLH and ASI have worked closely together to co-host conference in Australia, and continue to work closely to ensure high quality educational resources and guidelines for quantitative laboratory haematology.

International Society for Cell and Gene Therapy (ISCT)

ISCT is a global society of clinicians, regulators, technologists, and industry partners with a shared vision to translate cell and gene therapy into safe and effective therapies to improve patients’ lives. ISCT Members gain access to an influential global community of peers, experts, and organizations invested in cell therapy.

Australian Single Cell Consortium

The single cell consortium was formed in response to the ambitions of the Human Cell Atlas, and comprises of leading researchers from Australian Universities and Medical Research Institutes. The members of this consortium formed to coalesce our skills and experience in biology, technology, and computational sciences and bioinformatics. The OzSingleCell Consortium and the ACS share an interest and expertise in genomic cytometry, and the associated technology, techniques and tools.