Thousands of laboratory medicine professionals, scientists and industry representatives will gather in Athens June 11-15 to attend the 22nd IFCC–EFLM* European Congres of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (EuroMedLab). Held every two years, EuroMedLab is one of the most influential in vitro diagnostics events worldwide.

“These are exciting times in the world of laboratory medicine. Therefore laboratory medicine specialists and the diagnostic industry have a responsibility to work together to convert data into knowledge which can be used to add value to patients’ health,” observes Professor Maurizio Ferrari, IFCC President, in his invitation to the congress.

EuroMedLab’s scientific programme features an insightful combination of presentations, symposia, discussions, debates, open sessions and workshops covering the state of the art and new horizons in clinical chemistry, molecular diagnostics, cell counting, immunochemistry and more.

We will again be present at this important congress and look forward to being part of the conversation about laboratory medicine’s integral contribution to patient care both now and in the future. Advanced innovation in laboratory science can make a significant difference to patients, laboratories, medical practitioners and healthcare organisations. This year’s programme includes four educational workshops sponsored by Roche Diagnostics.

Patients and providers need high-quality solutions and services across healthcare settings. Technologies that inform swift and clinically-validated decision making enable patients to receive the right intervention at the right time.
Jean-Claude Gottraux, Head of Centralised and Point of Care Solutions

Empowered laboratories can manage the future by streamlining how they are designed and by simplifying their equipment and processes. Read about and watch how we envision the integrated lab:

  

Realising the integrated lab vision

Imagine - every day, dozens of hospitals and hundreds of doctors deliver their samples to premier lab in their country and rely on Roche's Integrated Core Lab technology to give patients the information they need.

*International Federation of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (IFCC) and European Federation of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (EFLM)

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