ICC History

The International Chromosome Conferences (ICC) originated from the Oxford Chromosome Conferences, inaugurated by C.D. Darlington and K.R. Lewis in 1964, 1967 and 1970. The Chromosome Conferences got an international status after the 4th edition held in Jerusalem, Israel (1972), and followed a schedule of tri-annual meetings in Leiden, The Netherlands (1974), Helsinki, Finland (1977), Oxford, England (1980), Lübeck, Germany (1983), Marseille, France (1986), Uppsala, Sweden (1989), Edinburgh, Great Britain (1992), El Escorial, Madrid, Spain (1995), Ancona, Italy (1998), Würzburg, Germany (2001), Uxbridge, England (2004), and Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2007). After Amsterdam, the conference changed to a bi-annual schedule, in Boone, USA (2009), Manchester, England (2011), Bologna, Italy (2013), Canterbury, England (2014) and Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil (2016).

It is a great pleasure to announce that the 22nd International Chromosome Conference edition will take place in Prague, Czech Republic, on September 2 – 5, 2018.

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Instuctions for SPEAKERS




Register now for the Pre-conference Workshop - COST EuroCellNet WG3 meeting - Focus on advanced microscopy-based techniques.


Register now together with your accompanying person.
The registration fee for accompanying person includes admission to the Welcome Cocktail and ticket for Gala Dinner.


Student Group Registration Are you group of students from same laboratory? Please contact the Conference Secretariat and register now for group reduced registration fee 5+1!