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British Society For Microbial Technology 37th Annual Microbiology Conference

: 19 Jul 2022

: London, United Kingdom

Sector : Clinical

Type : Conference - In person


The Genomic & Microbiology Revolution: In Technology we Trust?

Venue: Royal Air Force Museum, Hendon

Speakers and Agenda

  • Professor Paul Dark, National Deputy Medical Director, NIHR Clinical Research Network Developing the best evidence for effective molecular diagnostic technologies in sepsis: impacts of a viral pandemic
  • Dr Katie Hopkins, Clinical Scientist Microbiology, UKHSA Colindale
    Current methods & problems in testing for antimicrobial resistance
  • Adela Alcolea-Medina, Guys & St Thomas’s Hospital, Viapath
    Direct sequencing from clinical specimens for the rapid detection of viruses
  • Dr Natasha Weston, Senior Infectious Diseases and Microbiology Registrar, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Trust
    Whole Genome Sequencing of MTB and other mycobacteria: what can we learn beyond ID and sensitivity?
  • Dr Elaine McCulloch, QCMD
    The need for quality assurance in molecular diagnostics & NGS
  • Dr Esmita Charani, Research Lead (Practice, Design and Engineering), NIHR Health Protection Research Unit, Imperial College London
    Antimicrobial stewardship: an international perspective
  • Dr Dinesh Aggarwal, Wellcome Clinical PhD Student, Department of Medicine, University of Cambridge
    Genomics in understanding and controlling the COVID-19 pandemic

Dr Kate Templeton and Professor Brian Duerden CBE will chair the day.

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