Laboratory Diagnosis of Haematological Malignancies 2018
Organiser: Ricardo Morilla (The Royal Marsden Hospital)
For laboratory staff and clinicians in the fields of flow cytometry, cytogenetic and molecular biology looking to obtain more accurate and reliable results, this meeting will consist of a number of informative, educational talks full of information to take back to the workplace as well as an exhibition of leading companies in the field.
Mr Ricardo Morilla
Royal Marsden Hospital
Ricardo Morilla is a Clinical Scientist and the Head of Immunophenotyping. The laboratory is part of the Haemato-Oncology Section for the integrated study of leukaemia and lymphoma.
He runs a flow cytometry diagnostic service which is strongly involved in the practice and teaching of haemato-ocology diagnosis, including many applications into clinical diagnostics such as cell immunophenotyping, stem cell transplantation, PNH and minimal residual disease detection. Ricardo is a member of the MIG UK group which is a national group working on the multicolour immunophenotyping guidelines for the UK. He participates as a lecturer in the Royal Microscopical Society’s courses and meetings. He also organises an annual meeting on the Laboratory Diagnosis of Haemato-Oncology disorders. His main research interest is the multiparameter analysis of the leukaemic cells. He is enthusiastic to work in the RMS with other experts in the field to promote and disseminate flow cytometry knowledge and skills at many levels and to encourage national and international networking.
Dr Ulrika Johansson
Bristol Royal Infirmary
Ulrika obtained her PhD from Imperial College, London, after which she worked as a Clinical Scientist with Marion Macey at Bart’s and The London. She moved to Bristol University Hospital in 2008, where she now runs the Haematology Flow Cytometry Lab.
The meeting will be held at:
1 America Square, 1
The meeting is likely to being at 0930 and finish at 1700.
Registration will include entrance to the meeting, refreshments and a buffet lunch.