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As our Society grows, it is important to stay connected to you, our membership, in order to remain informed about the changing needs you face in your field of Cytometry. We wish to effectively and efficiently support our membership with the resources available to us, and the best way for us to know how to support you, is to conduct a survey! The goals of this survey are to update our database,to find out what your needs, goals and expectations are, and to learn more about your overarching satisfaction with ACS itself.

The survey will take no longer than 10 minutes to complete

In November 2013, the AFCG made the important step of changing our name to the Australasian Cytometry Society, in order to (i) encompass the broader range of cell analysis techniques now available and (ii) reflect the maturity of our association as scientific society.

In pursuit of these objectives, the group organises annual scientific conferences and regular technical methods courses. Membership has grown to more than 300.



Join a world-class research facility

  • Tenurable appointment
  • Salary range: Level B $90,468 - $107.431 p.a. or Level C $110,822 - $127,788 p.a. (Level of appointment will be dependent on qualifications and experience)

 A highly motivated, self-guided academic is required to lead the Centre's cytometry and cell sorting group, providing support to researchers broadly across the biological and biomedical disciplines.

An opportunity exists to join the newly established Ramaciotti Facility for Human Systems Biology (Centenary Institute/University of Sydney) and take the lead role in perating and overseeing the implementation and development of the CyTOF mass cytometry platform.

Applications close - December 19th

Contact Professor Barbara Fazekas de St Groth ( or Dr Adrian Smith ( for more information.

The Ramaciotti Facility for Human Systems Biology is a new initiative of the Centenary Institute in collaboration

An opporuntity exists to joing the team at the Advanced Cytometry Facility in Sydney (Centenary Institute/University of Sydney).

Applications close - December 19th.

Contact Adrian Smith ( for more information.

The Centenary Institute operates the Advanced Cytometry Facility (ACF) in collaboration with the University of Sydney.



Marketing/Applications Specialist - Miltenyi Biotec

Reference Code #201403

The Role:
Within our Australian Sales Support team, you will be a specialist in instrumentation and reagents within our broad product portfolios. You will be the go-to expert responsible for handling technical support questions from our customers for an exciting new range of technologies in Cell Separation, Flow Cytometry, Cell culture and Sample Preparation. You will have the pleasure of sharing your knowledge by presenting at workshops, conferences, demonstrations and customer training sessions.