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2018, May 18

Clinical, Pharmaceutical » Conference

This BSMT conference is aimed at senior biomedical and clinical scientists, other scientists and medical microbiologists. The programme attempts to tease out how molecular techniques affect turn round times and what conventional microbiology can still offer.

Topics include:

  • Optimising recovery of bacteria from blood cultures - Dr Mike Weinbren, Consultant Microbiologist, Kingsmill Hospital, Sherwood Forest NHS Foundation Trust
  • Device related orthopaedic infections and the potential place of new technologies - Dr Bridget Atkins, Consultant, Infectious Diseases and Microbiology, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust & Clinical Lead, Bone Infection Unit, Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, Oxford
  • Tracking Staphylococcus aureus around the Intensive Care Unit - Dr Stephanie Dancer, Consultant Microbiologist, NHS Lanarkshire and Professor of Microbiology, Edinburgh Napier University
  • Increased efficiency to meet winter demands for rapid detection of respiratory viruses
    Dr Gemma Clark, Clinical Scientist, Nottingham University Hospitals
  • Molecular diagnostics for enteric infections – Relevance for clinical diagnosis and public health - Professor Eric Bolton, Honorary Professor, Department of Epidemiology and Population Health, University of Liverpool
  • Rapid metagenomic diagnosis of hospital acquired pneumonia - Dr Justin O’Grady, Senior Lecturer in Medical Microbiology, Norwich Medical School, University of East Anglia
  • Rapid diagnostics, bad bugs and antibiotics: not that easy - Dr Vanya Gant, Clinical Director for Infection, University College London Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

For more details and registration visit: www.bsmt.org.uk/welcome.php


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