In the run up to Oxford Global's 3rd Annual Microbiology Asia Congress they are delighted to invite you to see their free webinar recording and Q&A Session.
A Computational Insight Into The Diagnostics And Technologies Behind Microbiological Research Hosted by:
- Edgar Goluch from Northeastern University: 'Current And Emerging Bacterial Identification Techniques'
- Peter Karp from the Bioinformatics Research Group, SRI International: 'BioCyc SmartTables Enable Pathway Analyses of Gene and Metabolite Sets'
Benefits to viewing the webinar include:
- Get an understanding of the upcoming switch from BioCyc as a freely available resource to a community supported resource
- Receive an overview of the current emerging microbiology diagnostic systems
- Gain information on how BioCyc Smart tables allow users to store gene and metabolite sets
- Hear about how the current diagnostic systems for microbiology are changing, and what is in store in the future
Who should see the webinar recording?
This webinar recording is for Microbiology professionals and those interested in hearing about the latest diagnostics and technologies used in microbiological research. It is for those who would like to hear views from two leading experts working in the fields of computational biology, diagnostics and genome sequencing.
Click here to see the webinar recording for free
Approaching our highly anticipated 3rd Annual Microbiology & Infectious Diseases Asia Congress we have spoken with members of our exclusive speaker panel about their upcoming talks,
research interests and their views on the microbiology and infectious diseases Asia market.
Gregory Tannock, Emeritus Professor & Burnet Institute Visiting Fellow, Macfarlane Burnet Institute for Medical Research and Public Health, Australia
Emeritus Professor Gregory Tannock's current research interests include the causes of variability in the growth of influenza B viruses in eggs, development of methods for increasing yields of vaccine antigens; Development and evaluation of live attenuated vaccines against influenza (publication record over 30 years); Evaluation of broad-spectrum antiviral drugs against respiratory viruses, especially influenza and RSV; Development of improved methodologies for the rapid diagnosis of viral infections; Studies with avian viruses and, in particular, Marek's disease virus.
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