It is with much pleasure and excitement that we announce the 4th xMAP® Connect, to be held in Amsterdam.
During the two-day program, you will hear from multiplex experts about their best practices on various research applications and have the chance to meet with fellow researchers, Luminex Partners, and specialists on site.
Make sure to grow your multiplexing network and register today!
Day 1 10:15-13:10 - Infectious Diseases:
Day 1 14:10-17:00 - Oncology:
Day 2 09:00-11:50 - Immunology & Biomarkers:
Day 2 12:50-15:40 - Drug & Vaccine Development:
What’s more fun than processing the lectures of the day while enjoying food and drinks with your new multiplex friends? Don't miss the opportunity to grow your multiplexing network and register today!
Date: 6, November 2018
Location: TBD (We are still working to find the best venue for our Social Event and will provide you updates for your attendance shortly. Thank you.)
Attire: Business casual
Fee: Dinner and refreshments are included as part of your registration
* By submitting an abstract, you agree to the terms and conditions put forth here.
Submissions are due by 23 October, 2018.
About 'KIT’ Royal Tropical Institute
KIT was founded in 1910 as the ‘Colonial Institute’ to study the tropics and to promote trade and industry in the colonial territories of the Netherlands. It was founded on the initiative of a number of large companies, with government support, making it an early example of a public-private partnership.
Since 1926, KIT has been housed in a historic, neo-renaissance building at the edge of the Oosterpark specially designed by the architect J.J. van Nieukerken and his sons.