2013 Conference in Applied Bioinformatics & Public Health Microbiology
May 15, 2013 to May 17, 2013
Moller Centre, Churchill College, Cambridge, UK
Till now, the conference registration and abstract submission has closed. But the conference indeed accepts waitlist.
Organized by Wellcome Trust, the conference aims to recent development in sequencing and bioinformatics relevant to microbiology and virology as they are more and more widely used to meet research or realistic applications. All the terminal goals are to maintain and guard public health. This year, the conference will stress on representation of clinical microbiologists to ensure appropriate migration of these technologies to frontline diagnostic and surveillance applications.
Present research regarding the use of ‘second’- and ‘third’-generation sequencing technologies to understand microbial diversity and evolution, pathogenesis,
virulence and host-pathogen interactions
Discuss the latest practical applications of next gen sequencing and other genomic approaches to elucidate the spread of infection
High-throughput data and high-throughput sequencing for tracking bacterial and viral disease
International and global strategies for public health microbiology
Clinical and surveillance applications
New insights into pathogen biology