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Call for Volunteers

Why volunteer?

  • Volunteering is a great way to meet new people, get connected and network with scientists and professionals dedicated to the various aspects of clinical cell analysis
  • You will be given free access to the Congress
  • You will gain practical experience in the organisational aspects of conferences
  • Volunteers play an integral role and contribute to the success of the meeting
  • You will receive a Certificate of Assistance & Attendance

The Call for Volunteers including more information on the tasks, qualifications and requirements can be ordered from the Congress Organizers, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Registration on-site

Opening hours registration desk:
Day Time
Wednesday 14 May 2025 to be confirmed
Thursday 15 May 2025 08:00-17:30
Friday 16 May 2025 08:30-17:30
Saturday 17 May 2025 09:00-13:00
Name badges and tickets

For security purposes, delegates and exhibitors must wear their name badges at all times. Entrance to the meeting rooms and the exhibition area are limited to badge holders only.
Delegates who have pre-registered for the Congress Dinner on Friday 16 May will have a code on the badge. Please do not forget to bring your badge with you, it will be checked at the entrance. 

General information

Abstracts and presentations

The Abstract book will be e-mailed to registered participants before the Congress. The individual abstracts can also be consulted in the Congress App. 

Certificate of attendance 

A personal certificate of attendance stating the number of contact hours/credits will be sent to you by e-mail after the Congress. 

Conference Language

The official congress language is English. 

Congress app

On Friday 9 May you will receive an email with instructions and a direct link to download the dedicated Congress App. Please check your spam folder if you haven’t received this email by 17:00 hrs. A printed programme will not be made available. We strongly recommend that you download the App and create an account before you travel to the Conference. It contains all the information! 

Dress Code

The dress code during the entire meeting including the Congress Dinner is 'smart casual'.


The Netherlands use the type F electrical plug. This plug has two round pins, spaced about 2 cm apart, and is the same as those used in many countries in Continental Europe. The electricity network operates at 230 Volts. If the standard voltage in your country is in the range of 100 V - 127 V (as is in the US, Canada and most South American countries), you need a voltage converter and/or a combined power plug adapter/voltage converter. 


Free WiFi will be available in the Congress venue for roaming and browsing on mobile phones, tablets/iPads. 


Delegates are advised to arrange adequate travel, health and other insurance before they leave their home country. The Congress Committees and the Congress organisers will not be liable and will not compensate for any damage incurred to participants during the LMHI 2025 World Congress. 

Mobile phones

Mobile phones must be set to silent, non-vibrate mode when delegates are in the meeting rooms.

Photographing and filming

Filming of lectures and participants is not allowed without prior consent. When taking pictures, please bear the privacy of other delegates in mind.

Public transport

Please see the travel page for more information.

Smoking Policy

Smoking is not permitted in the Jaarbeurs, public buildings, public transportation and in all restaurants.


Tipping in restaurants, taxis and hotels is common. The normal tip is 10% for restaurants or taxis. In hotels, porters are generally tipped 1 euro per bag.


LMHI and Your Conference Support, its Board and committee members, officers, agents and employees (hereafter referred to as: the organisers) accept no liability for personal injuries or loss, of any nature whatsoever, or for loss or damage to property either during or as a result of the LMHI 2025 World Congress.

Delegates are advised to arrange adequate travel, health, and other insurance before they leave their home country. Participation is completely at the participant’s own risk. The organisers will not be liable and will not compensate for any damage incurred to participants during the meeting. The organisers are hereby released from all claims.