The XXXVIII Nordic Congress in Clinical Biochemistry in Reykjavík 10-13th of May 2022 has been cancelled.

The XXXVIII Nordic Congress in Clinical Biochemistry in Reykjavík 10-13th of May 2022 has been cancelled. 

The Covid-19 pandemy is still at large and nobody can predict what comes next. 


With this in mind it is impossible to organize a congress of this size with invited speakers, booked hotels, other financial commitments and not to mention the cost for the companies and participants in case of cancellation.


It is therefore with great sadness the Board of the Icelandic Society for Clinical Biochemistry has reluctantly decided to cancel the congress.


We hope to see you all at the next Nordic meeting in Sweden in 2024 or sooner.


With the very best New Years wishes



Leifur Franzson

Ingunn Þorsteinsdóttir

Ólöf Sigurðardóttir

Ísleifur Ólafsson

Organizing committee
Leifur Franzson, Ingunn Þorsteinsdóttir, Ólöf Sigurðardóttir and Ísleifur Ólafsson.

Harpa, the beautiful concert and conference centre features the best conditions for conferences in Iceland. It is conveniently situated at the harbor in the heart of Reykjavík and within walking distance of the city centre with shops, restaurants, art galleries and a vibrant night-life.
Social programme and excursions
Along with the social programme such as the welcoming reception and the congress dinner, participants will have the opportunity to visit Iceland‘s most spectacular attractions, including geysers, waterfalls, volcanoes and glaciers.
Accommodation in various price ranges nearby Harpa has been booked for participants.
Travel to Iceland
Iceland is only 3-4 hours from mainland Europe by flight, and 5-6 hours from the East Coast of North America. A number of international airlines operate flights to Iceland year round from various cities on both sides on the Atlantic.

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Welcome to Reykjavik, Iceland


The biggest little city in the world

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Concert Hall and Conference Centre

Harpa is one of Reykjavík’s most striking landmarks and a centre of cultural and social life in the very heart of the city. Harpa is a tourist destination and an award-winning work of art that has been visited by millions since opening in 2011.

Your meeting place in Reykjavík

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Prepare for your arrival in Iceland

Iceland is closer than you think and probably also far different from what you might have imagined.

Read up on some practical information about the country and about how you can prepare for your upcoming trip to Iceland.

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Welcome to the XXXVIII Nordic Congress
in Clinical Biochemistry

We look forward to seeing you in Reykjavik 10 - 13 May 2022

Days from now...!
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