- Manuscript submission and processing
- How to write a good manuscript
- How to present cytometric data incl. MIFlowCyt compliance and FlowRepository
- New manuscript formats and initiatives of cytometry Part A
Attila Tárnok obtained his PhD (1988) from the University of Hamburg, Germany at the Institute for Biophysics and Radiation Biology, (Tutors: Prof. Dr. H. Jung, Prof. Dr. H.Baisch). He habilitated in 2000 on “Immunological tools for the analysisof cellular and serological alterations during and after cardiosurgicalinterventions in children.” and is since 2006 Professor for Immunology and Cytomics at the University of Leipzig, Germany.
Most of his work has focused on development for cytometry and cytomicsfor slide based and flow systems on microanalytical multiplex assays for humoral and cellular immune diagnostic. Analysis of impact of surgical trauma on the immune system of patients with congenital cardiovascular diseases. Co-ordination and performance of national and international collaborations with institutions of clinical and basic research and biotechnology companies. He initiated the Leipziger Workshops in 1996 with focus on Cytometry and Cytomics and is since 2007 Editor-in-Chief for Cytometry Part A.