ABRF Affiliates 

Centre for Cellular and Molecular Platforms, India

C-CAMP is a Department of Biotechnology (Government of India) initiative and is part of the Bangalore Bio-cluster. Founded in 2009, C-CAMP's mission is to act as an enabler of success in bioscience research and entrepreneurship by providing technology development, technology training, and technology services in state of the art technology platforms. C-CAMP is envisioned to be a major platform technology, industry-interaction and incubator unit. C-CAMP acts as the developer and provider of high-end technologies in life science to play the essential role of an enabler of scientific activity and entrepreneurship in the Indian scientific scenario. As an ABRF Chapter, C-CAMP hopes to facilitate new networking and professional opportunities among core facility and biotechnology personnel within the India/Southeast Asia region.

Canadian Cytometry and Microscopy Association 

The CCMA-ACCM (formerly CCA-ACC) serves the Canadian cytometry and light microscopy community. Created in 2005, the association's objectives are to encourage the sharing of knowledge regarding flow cytometry and light microscopy, to create a pan-Canadian network of people interested in these cutting edge technologies and to promote scientific exchange.

The goals of the CCMA-ACCM are to organize scientific meetings, symposia and workshops in the fields of cytometry and light microscopy. The purpose of these scientific meetings is to encourage networking within the Canadian cytometry and microscopy communities, between academic and corporate personnel, to raise money and to expend such funds to further the association's mandate. In addition, we conduct educational workshops, lectures, and seminars, and also disseminate information, scientific reports, and statistical data to increase the public's awareness and knowledge of analytical cytology.